Cuff links by Deakin & Francis

Craig shares details of Deakin & Francis cuff links and shows us the new Brights collection

Blogger shows us the new collection of cuff links by Deakin & Francis

The new ‘Brights’ collection of luxury cuff links from Deakin & Francis

With their flagship store in Piccadilly Arcade in the heart of London, Deakin & Francis have 230 years of craftsmanship behind them and now offer a wide range of luxury accessories for men and women including wallets, money clips, signet rings and necklaces to name just a few. For this sponsored post I want to share details of the new ‘Brights’ collection of cuff links
Blogger talks about luxury accessories for men and women from Deakin & Francis

The Beautiful Deakin & Francis store in London’s Piccadilly Arcade

We all know that accessories can lift an outfit from ordinary to interesting. They add a touch of additional colour and interest to your look and say something about the wearer. So what better than to add a touch of bright colour to your cuffs with a pair of bright statement cuff links.

Blogger wears cuff links by Deakin & Francis in this men's accessories blog post

Wearing my orange ‘Brights’ cuff links by Deakin & Francis

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Primark And Harris Tweed

Craig shares details of the new partnership between Primark and Harris Tweed and shows us his new jacket and waistcoat.

With wool from the borders of Scotland thanks to the Cheviot sheep, Primark have introduced five brand new pieces for AW17 in a direct partnership with Harris Tweed. It includes the jacket and waistcoat that I’m wearing here, a bomber jacket, a green jacket and a navy jacket.

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Fears Watches Launch New Collection

Fears Watches mark the first anniversary of their re-launch with three new watches, at The Telepraph’s Salon QP luxury watch fair

With an incredible back story, Fears watches are celebrating the first anniversary of their relaunch at the Telegraph’s Salon QP luxury watch fair, held at the Saatchi Gallery this week. Excited to share his latest creations I met with Nicholas Bowman-Scargill, the co founder of Fears, to hear the details of the brand new Brunswick timepiece and the new editions to the Redcliff family.

First established in 1846 by Nicholas’s great-great-great grandfather Edwin Fear, the business ran for 110 years until it closed its doors in the late 1950’s. Last year Nicholas picked up the reigns and reignited the fears spark, creating the Redcliff watch, named directly after the street in Bristol where the Edwin Fear first set up shop.

And, so to celebrate a year of success, Fears have introduced a brand new dial colour for the Redcliff in Passport red, and are also introducing a dual timezone watch in the Redcliff Continental. View Post