Let’s get over calling out blue as a watchmaking trend – it’s dyed in the wool
The Jackal’s first post-Baselworld edit focuses on landmark watches from the world’s largest watch show
The Golden Shears are the biennial Oscars of the bespoke tailoring world, and 2017’s competition – the finals of which took place earlier this week – was as inspiring an affair as ever
The world’s largest watch and jewellery fair opens today. Here’s The Jackal’s first sighter
During his relatively short screen career, Luke Evans has been in some of highest grossing films ever made. But the role that defines him is surely still to come
The second generation of TAG Heuer’s Connected watch has a trick up its sleeve. But is it enough to win over the next generation of watch consumers?
Next week the watch world gathers in Basel for the second big watch fair of the year. Before that, here’s The Jackal’s edit of the best watches we’ve seen so far this year
Geneva hyperbrand Roger Dubuis pitches up in Harrods.
The latest collection of contemporary Savile Row stalwart Gieves & Hawkes is sophisticated, chic and yes – it uses pink
Meticulously designed and finely made, Japanese menswear is big news at present. Permit The Jackal to talk you through five must-have cult brands, all available via Mr Porter
Spring Summer ’17 marks the first of two celebratory 40th anniversary collections from Drake’s, the contemporary haberdasher that’s making waves in British heritage menswear
Spring is the season of the luxurious suede jacket, so we’ve put together a selection to suit any taste and budget
From an unlikely workshop in Walthamstow, Bilgehan Ates is making jeans only the Japanese would dream of…
Jermyn Street outfitter New & Lingwood’s superb spring safari jacket has got The Jackal rather hot under the collar
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