January 19, 2017 Comments Off on Tom Hardy wearing Reeves Tweed at the Taboo LA premiere
Tom Hardy wearing a Reeves Donegal tweed at the LA premier of “Taboo”. I am told his flight was delayed by 4 hours and it was a mad rush just to get him there on time.
If you haven’t see the show already you can check out the trailer here:
September 28, 2014 § 1 Comment
As many of my regular clients know I am a huge tweed fan, but not “that kind” of tweed fan, you will not see me sporting a handlebar moustache and wheeling through Bushwick on a “Penny Farthing”.
No, I am a fan not for nostalgia but for its real relevance today. More and more we are working out of site of our clients and our peers, most of us do not need to wear “Goldman Sachs approved business wear” on a daily basis. A tweed sport coat is such an extremely useful garment and a real wise investment piece for any man (or woman) especially in NYC.
Paired with say some APC jeans, a shirt and some smarter shoes you have an easy and very cool urban look……yes urban. A tweed jacket is not just for grouse hunting its also great because unlike that lovely silk jacket you don’t need to worry about putting the sleeves on a cocktail bar. You can throw that tweed jacket around and lie on it during a transatlantic flight and it will only add more character. You can wear tweed with stubble and a beard or you can clean yourself up and smarten that jacket up with some nice trousers and a tie. Really a tweed jacket is a staple piece that after a while becomes an old friend.
Practicality aside Tweed is also very fashionable right now and being a leading edge maker I was very excited to recently start working with a small “artisnal” mill in Donegal Ireland called Molloy and Sons. Check out this short video about them:
Very, very cool, everyone in the industry is excited about these guys. Ralph Lauren will be working with them in 2015 and my friend Michael from Drakes nearly spat out his G&T with excitement when I told him I was making up their cloths.
So Molloy and Sons is the new hip kid on the block, but aside from them I also have my usual wide range of very traditional offerings from Wbill and Porter and Harding that have enduring quality and look great made up in one of my timelessly sharp cuts.
Here are some tweeds I have turned out so far this fall.