A British Winter wardrobe: A Mackintosh, a Peregrine wax cotton jacket and a Douglas Hayward blazer

Three of my favourite winter staples – all classic British brands. The unimprovable Mackintosh – made with rubberised cotton, invented by Charles Mackintosh in Scotland in 1823. My new favourite brand Peregrine, to be found in stores nationwide, but specifically in Wolf and Badger in … Continue reading A British Winter wardrobe: A Mackintosh, a Peregrine wax cotton jacket and a Douglas Hayward blazer

Boggi x Clarks

Amid fraying Brexit relations, here is a great Anglo-Italian pairing: Italian uber-brand Boggi, with its superlative patterned scarves, and British high street staple (and, unexpectedly cool in its own right), Clarks. Some recent SS’19 acquisitions: I love the Clarks shoes with their metal bar which … Continue reading Boggi x Clarks

Fashion hero: Luca Rubinacci

Just spent the last 20 minutes watching Luca Rubinacci on Instagram, amazing, inspiring and life affirming videos, fun and wisdom! A pilgrimage to Milano is on the cards I think (or at least Mount Street in the first instance!).