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    on a peninsula reaching up from the northernmost part of denmark, with glittering water on both sides, lies skagen. sit on the soft sand of its rocky beach and open your eyes to the distinct skagen light, so white it almost vibrates, and see why painters have been attracted to skagen for more than a hundred years. wade into the salty waves where the rough atlantic ocean meets the calmer baltic sea, and see if you can plant one foot in each body of water.

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    • Henry Poole


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      HENRY POOLE We have occupied our current premises at 15 Savile Row since 1982. Our showroom and cutting room are situated on the ground floor with our tailoring workshops and Livery Department in the basement. Our showroom offers an extensive variety of over 6,000 cloth swatches which range from luxury worsted wool suitings originating from mills in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, to rich flannels from the West Country and pure cashmere, together with fine tweeds from the Islands and Scottish Borders. We continue to maintain our long tradition as eminent tailors to overseas clients. We make regular visits to France, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Japan and ten major cities in the USA. Henry Poole & Co was the first Savile Row tailor to enter the Japanese market.

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        July 31st 2013 - July 30th 2014 3477 self portraits by Iain Russell isthismenswear.com

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          July 31st 2013 - July 30th 2014 3477 self portraits by Iain Russell www.isthismenswear.com

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          • Anderson and Sheppard


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            ANDERSON & SHEPPARD Since 1906, Anderson & Sheppard has had the honor of dressing some of the world’s most elegant and famous men. At Anderson & Sheppard we follow the traditions of Savile Row and dress the individual client. We neither license nor produce any made-to-measure or ready to wear suits or sports coats. Anderson & Sheppard has been a leading Savile Row firm from its beginnings in 1906. The fluid style of Per Anderson, trained by the great Frederick Scholte, was from the start the distinguishing feature of the house. Concern with easy movement and natural body line continues into the 21st century thanks to an unbroken transmission of skills. Today, many icons of male elegance rely on Anderson & Sheppard.

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            • Gieves and Hawkes


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              GIEVES AND HAWKES Savile Row during the second half of the 19th century began to gain its reputation for tailoring and style. It came as no surprise therefore that Hawkes, the most prestigious military and court tailors in London, bought the building at No. 1.With the arrival of Hawkes in 1913 and the company's later partnership with the great naval house of Gieves there begins a story extraordinarily intertwined with that of its previous owners. Four hundred and fifty years of shared experience and knowledge; one amazing location. The customer entering Number 1 Savile Row, seeking the finest levels of craftsmanship and personal service, discovers a world of quality, attention to detail and passion for the sartorial arts.

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              • Z. Hinchliffe and Sons


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                Z. HINCHLIFFE & SONS LTD Z. Hinchliffe & Sons Ltd are a family owned and operated business based in Yorkshire and Scotland. Spinning was first recorded in 1766 and successive generations have mastered and improved this trade whilst embracing the latest innovative production methods and controls. Over 200 years of experience allow Z. Hinchliffe & Sons Ltd to provide the softest and most luxurious yarns on the market today to satisfy their discerning customers who value quality. On receipt of scoured Merino lambswool ‘state of the art’ technology allows Z. Hinchliffe and Sons to process in-house; from dyeing to spinning. Products are 100% UK produced yarns, using 100% electronically controlled mule spinning, setting the world’s benchmark standard. With dyeing and colour matching as a forte, the care taken in processing is essential to retaining the soft handle of premier natural fibres to maintain the luxury product. World renowned as setting the benchmark for the best Merino lambswool yarns, they pride themselves as being an important supplier to international brands both in the UK and worldwide.

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                • Capsule New York Men's SS 2012


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                  video by Paul Tamayo

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                  • The Print Presents: Alex Badia - Experience the Now


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                    A word motion video summarizing an interview with WWD Alex Badia. For the full PRINT of the interview visit www.the-print.ca

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                    • Dior Homme - Notes of a day


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                      READ MORE: http://fashionide.com/dior-homme-winter-2014/

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