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Christmas Gift Subscriptions

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For some of the loved ones in our lives, and also some of those ‘difficult’ members of our families, for whom the attempted purchase of some clothing item is a complete no-no due to the particular nature of their sartorial requisites, it is difficult to imagine a more suitable gift than an annual subscription to Britain’s favourite and longest-running gentleman’s journal. Unless, that is, the lucky recipient also receives, along with four quarterly editions of our august publication, an extra element to the gift that makes it that much more special. Reader, this dream can become a reality, when you…

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Revolution in the Bathroom

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Men’s grooming brand Urban Jack declares itself to be on a mission to improve men’s skincare. “Every day,” they tell us, “mens’ skin goes into battle with environmental factors, from exhaust fumes to the unpredictable British weather. Throw in a gym session, a park run and one too many late nights, and it’s little wonder about the state men’s skin is in.” There’s nothing Chaps can do about environmental factors and the British weather, and too many late nights are always worth paying any price for, though naturally we can give gymnasia and park runs a wide berth. And then…

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Cordings of Piccadilly

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An association between a 1960s blues guitar legend and an English country clothing store seems unlikely, but it is just this odd, eccentric twist on the traditional that makes Cordings of Piccadilly unique among its Jermyn Street neighbours. Eric Clapton became co-owner of Cordings in 2003, but that milestone was only one of many in the company’s illustrious past. John Charles Cording opened his first shop as an outfitter and waterproofer in 1839 at 231 Strand, manufacturing and selling mackintoshes developed by Charles Mackintosh. Cordings became so well-known for outdoor clothing that when Sir Henry Morton Stanley was preparing for…

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