Over the last few months we have had the pleasure of working with some of the most stylish menswear bloggers in the UK and Europe. As well as introducing their readers to the brand they create fantastic imagery of our accessories as part of their outfit posts.
This week, we focus on menswear influencers with a classic sense of style whose content centres around timeless tailoring, sartorial elegance and craftsmanship.
Michal Kedziora runs Poland's most popular classic menswear blog, Mr Vintage. Michal is a big fan of the brand and we have been collaborating with him for 4 years as our classic range of menswear accessories appeals to his and his readers sense of timeless style.
He features our cashmere accessories such as scarves, hats and ties extensively in his outfit posts on his blog and instgram account alongside classically tailored outfits
Born out of his passion for menswear, grooming and gin, The Debonair which is edited by Jake Spencer features articles and content about men's style advice, grooming products and drinks inspiration.
Jake's passion for suits brought us together as our timesless menswear accessories work perfectly with his collection of suits and tailored jackets.
David Evans’ blog, Grey Fox, was started out of frustration at lack of advice for 40 plus men about how to dress and remain stylish. Since it’s inception in 2011, David has collaborated with the likes of Mr Porter, E Tautz, Hackett, Richard James and now Black.
He focuses on men’s style advice for the over 40s. Steering his followers through the best of British brands and timeless design classics, Evans, provides insights, reviews and style updates for the style conscious mature man.
Last year we teamed up with David to showcase our latest collection of accessories with three essential men’s outfits: work, weekend and evening.
Sweden's biggest menswear blog, Manolo is edited by Andreas Weinas who featured in the images below. Described on their popular instagram account as a website “about Sartorial Menswear with a focus on Quality, Craftsmanship and Sartorial Behavior” this is a must visit site for anyone with a love for fine tailoring and classic menswear.