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Timberland Abington: Testing hiking boots and Bresciani socks in the land of the reindeers.

Still in Canada for a few months, it’s time to approach the essential question of shoewear. As I’ve experienced it many times before, a pair of classic sneakers is not a viable substitute for serious protection to the cold, after a couple of hours, as the sole isn’t quite as effective in protection against the […]

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Test: Black Lapel, made-to-measure suits from New York

Different countries, different styles of suits When we give advice about suits, we always give it from a very European perspective (quite naturally). Yet there are very different practices out there, and opinions even vary between different European countries. The most blatant differences are without a doubt between Italian and British styles. Italian style The […]

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The possible alterations on an item of clothing

I don’t know how we managed to do it, but this is a subject that we’ve hardly ever spoken about…Thanks to those who pointed it out to us…as we were always briefly mentioning it, it never occurred to us that a full article was in order. Your ideas for articles are always welcome (if it’s […]

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Criteria for choosing clothes

Criteria for Choosing Clothes You Must Master

We often talk of checking the quality of an item of clothing before buying it, and thinking about its quality/price ratio. Only, this criterion of ‘quality’ is a fairly grey area and there are several opposing conceptions of it. There are those for whom a quality item is: Sturdy and functional Nice and well-cut In […]

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What you should know about your style

The source of this article is a complicated the definition of “style” debate. We discussed a lot in the team to realize that we didn’t even agree on definitions. And that’s when we began to find concrete examples that our debate, otherwise pretty barren, became interesting. Has Drake got style? I’m serious, think about it. […]

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