At certain places of business, you’re not allowed to buy a pair of Ferragamo loafers until you’ve reached a certain level of seniority. Translation: Success must be earned, and nothing says success like that signature Ferragamo hardware. But there’s more to the collection than handmade Italian footwear. Back in the ’20s, Mr. Ferragamo himself spent a few formative years in sunny California, and the latest collection from his namesake brand—which ranges from lightweight, tailored looks to gauzy, beach-friendly scarves to those classic loafers—is perfect for a weekend in Malibu, or East Hampton, or St. Tropez, or wherever else your travels take you this summer. Roll over each look above to learn more and add these pieces to your wardrobe.
Park & Bond Vintage Buying Guide - Rolex
Online retailer Park & Bond have come up with this impressive new how-to guide that provides some of the most important information on Rolex needed. Beginning with the history of Rolex, P&B goes into detail about buying five classic vintage Rolex models: the Submariner, Daytona, GMT-Master, Explorer and Explorer II. For each watch given is a collector’s guide as well as a brief history of the model, ranging from when it was introduced to the key personalities in history who donned one of these legendary Swiss watches. Read the full article Park & Bond’s editorial section The Intersection.
“Thom Browne’s always putting a different spin on the dress shirt every season. He’s doing something that’s a real hybrid that I haven’t seen that much, which is a button-down club collar. He finds a new way to reinvent the American button-down every season. This one we love because it’s a two-color windowpane pattern so you’re going to want to wear this with your quieter fabric suits and tweeds and sportcoats or a solid color cardigan. The tie is silk but it’s beefier, it’s heavily constructed and it will tie really stiff, with a strong dimple. I haven’t seen the red power tie, or the red tie, since the ’80s. This is the anti-Republican power tie.”