The Editorial

  1. Into the Fold: The Pocket Square

    Into the Fold: The Pocket Square

    Has ever such a simple accessory brought as much to an outfit as the humble pocket square?
  2. Why a good shirt matters

    Why a good shirt matters

    The humble shirt seldom receives the attention it deserves. It's ubiquitous after all, and easy to take for granted.
  3. Gloriously New

    Gloriously New

    The Jackal’s Aleks Cvetkovic explains why New & Lingwood is the perfect outfitter to turn you out for the races in fine style this season.
  4. The History of Eton's 4th June Celebrations

    The History of Eton's 4th June Celebrations

    The origins of the 4th of June date back to the late part of the 18th Century to celebrate the birthday of George III, one of the School's greatest patrons.
  5. Jimmy Beaumont & London Craft Week

    Jimmy Beaumont & London Craft Week

    Discover the story of Jimmy Beaumont and how ‘The Beaumont series’ has become the centre-piece of the 3rd annual London Craft Week.
  6. Making Your Mark

    Making Your Mark

    Turn your slippers into unique pieces of beautifully crafted footwear, with our bespoke service.
  7. The Origin of the Field Colours

    The Origin of the Field Colours

    Did you know that when the Field Colours were first created in the Michaelmas Half of 1860, they were meant as a joke? Philip Norman, a member of the 1859 side recounted this story in the Eton Chronicle of March 1923.
  8. The History of Eton Blue

    The History of Eton Blue

    How the Eton Blue colour was arrived at is a matter of conjecture and myth with several stories in circulation. 
  9. Tails and Stick-Ups

    Tails and Stick-Ups

    It seems quite remarkable today, given the inseparable link between Eton and tails, that there was a time comparatively recently, that things were far more relaxed and Etonians were encouraged to dress in a style and manner of their own taste.
  10. Dames v Tutors

    Dames v Tutors

    Ever wondered about the difference between a Dame and Tutor? Read on the discover the fascinating history.
  11. Art of Silk

    Art of Silk

    From Ancient China to the Roman Empire to the current UK silk industry, learn the history of silk weaving as told by Daniel Hanson.
  12. An un-tapped tale of sartorial British style

    An un-tapped tale of sartorial British style

    New & Lingwood is one of those rarefied British brands where the history of the house emanates from every pore; one need only spend 10 minutes in the Jermyn Street or Eton store to sense that there's more to the company than meets the eye.
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