I’ve know Charlie for a few years now and I’m always inspired by his hard graft and talent. Focusing on bags and small leather goods he’s built his name-sake brand with integrity and offering exceptionally high quality hand made products. Plying his trade since 2013 I’ve been lucky to see his growth and deserved success – always a challenging thing for a small business, trying to figure out when to outsource aspects of work etc. Luckily, for now, Charlie keeps producing everything in-house and hand makes himself. Although it gives

New unisex fragrances evoking emotions and visions of spectacular landscapes Bentley continue their strong line of fragrances by releasing a more premium offering in three unisex scents. After some requests from female clients Bentley have bowed down to demand and released a unisex range in their fragrance. The line up includes Exotic Musk, Wild Vetiver and Majestic Cashmere. The bottle is mirrored on the front lights of the Continental GT and is actually designed by the designer who worked on the car. This cross-over of design input to product design

Glashütte Original presents their new annual edition of the Sixties and Sixties Panorama Date models in a fiery orange colour way. The Glashütte Original Sixties line presents legendary 1960s design and embodies the art of Glashütte watchmaking, whose traditions date back to 1845. Lively and extrovert, dedicated to the spirit of the times today, it is certainly not something for fans of nostalgia. It was only in 2018 that the popular line saw the first of its striking annual editions. The fascinating green versions inspired watch and design enthusiasts all

Sunspel continue their collaboration with Japanese hat maker Kijima Takayuki on a selection of reimagined styles suitable . The partnership comes naturally for the two brands which share an appreciation for heritage craftsmanship and modern luxury. With over twenty years of hat-making experience, the Japanese brand Kijima Takayuki brings a fresh, modern aesthetic to vintage silhouettes. Before beginning work on his own eponymous collections in 2013, Kijima Takayuki studied under the highly esteemed hat maker, Hirata Akio, with whom he learned his techniques. Made from 100% paper fibre, these lightweight,

Caran d’Ache have released the Ecridor Racing pen – the first writing instrument with an all-black look to be added to the Ecridor collection. Inspired by the sleek designs of the world of motor racing, this unapologetically modern ballpoint pen is yet another demonstration of the creative force that has powered the hundred-year history of the company. The Ecridor Racing boasts a range of motifs from motor sports: a body in matte deep black decorated with engraving inspired by radiator grills, palladium-plated outlines, vivid flashes of red, with the capacity