That Dapper Chap reviews the products available from US based mens accessory brand Pocket Square Clothing.
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POCKET SQUARE CLOTHING
Pocket Square Clothing was established in 2011 as a men’s accessory brand. With no formal fashion training but with an architectural and business background, founders Rodolfo Ramirez and Andrew Cheung sought to create a lifestyle brand beyond clothing.
To date they feature a collection of handcrafted bow ties, skinny neckties and pocket squares. The brand is a reflection of the ideals behind the Urban Gentleman. This is their effort to tell a story, to inspire and be inspired, and to create a powerful connection with you through timeless pieces and I shall review some of their products for your now.
Pocket Square Clothing takes pride in its domestic manufacturing and attention to detail. Using traditional techniques, everything is carefully handcrafted by some of the oldest remaining craftsmen in the heart of Los Angeles. Each piece comes with a narrative and fully handcrafted vintage inspired packaging. The brand follows the mantra that American made is better, and that quality and attention to detail is key View Post
That Dapper Chap visits Monsieur London, one the most stylish of men’s boutique stores in the heart of London
I stepped off the tube train at London’s Piccadilly Circus and turned up the collar on my wool suit jacket and held it tight against my chin in an effort to keep out the harsh January chill that did its best to creep into every available space.
After a short walk along Regent Street, passing huge stores with famous names and glittering window displays, I turned towards Royal Opera Arcade and spotted Monsieur London; a quaint little store nestled among the grand architecture of its surroundings. Protected and hugged by these huge buildings like a little Brother being looked after by bigger siblings.
|Yours truly with Monsieur Londons dapper mannequins
Monsieur London is a welcome retreat from all of the huge brands that sit a stones throw away, with their mass produced stock, over smiley staff, huge displays and prices to match. Monsieur London is all about the individual; it is warm and welcoming and feels like stepping back in time to a more gentile era, when a gentleman could expect personal service and staff who know their items inside out. View Post
That Dapper Chap shows us the Autumn|Winter 2015 collection of shoes and boots by bootmaker John Lobb
During my time at London Collections Men I was lucky enough to be invited to the showing of the John Lobb Autumn | Winter 2015 colection.
So at 6pm after stopping at a Pret A Manger for a bite to eat and a hot drink to ward off the January chills, we walked to Old Sessions House in London’s Clerkenwell Green to a stunning old building which housed the new collection. As we entered the building, smoke rose up the wrought iron staircase and lead us to the upper floor where the beautifully displayed collection await our perusal.
About John Lobb
In 1851 a farmer’s Son by the name of John Lobb set foot on what was to become an exceptional journey of accomplishment. Aged 22, Lobb left his home in rural Cornwall, UK and walked to London, carried only by his handmade boots and, as they say, the rest is history. View Post