Words by Joseph Kent & Maddy Watkins. Students in Bournemouth have joined a controversial Facebook trend of publicly shaming each other’s sexual performance. Bournemouth Uni Rate My Shag Facebook page encourages students to anonymously name and shame their sexual partners with comments and a score out of ten. The “Rate Your Shag” trend first emerged […]
The Boscombe Vintage Market has guaranteed a further six months at the Royal Arcade in Boscombe, despite recent dispute with the building’s proprietors. Arnewood Estates announced last month they could no longer accommodate the market, but B.V.M. representatives have successfully negotiated an extended lease at the Victorian venue. Leah Evans, owner of ‘Vintage Per Sempre‘, […]
Since the first Savile Row suits in the early 1800s, Britain has been an influencer of menswear around the world – from Japan in the Far East, to Hollywood, USA, in the Far West. To tell us more, three fashion historians take us through a brief history of British tailoring. Of the many hundred things […]
(Music by Circus Marcus)
Since the introduction of the Savile Row suit in the 19th Century, men’s fashion has played an important role in British culture. In a new multimedia feature, Joseph Kent explores the prominence of menswear in modern Britain, its two-hundred-year history, and the changing attitudes to men’s style – featuring an exclusive interview with Dylan […]
What goes around comes around. Historian and vintage fashion expert Liz Tregenza offers her thoughts on the changing attitudes to men’s fashion. Listen below.
13 Savile Row is home to Richard Anderson Ltd, bespoke tailors led by Richard Anderson, Brian Lishak and Clive Gilkes. When it opened its doors in 2001, it was the first new tailoring House on The Row for fifty years. Nevertheless, Richard and his team have endeavoured to provide the same quality and service one […]