Daylesford. Recharging our batteries. Reading Lolita. What a perv…
Warm textures for fall — An outfit for when it’s slightly chilly in the country or around town on the weekends. Wide-wale corduroy trousers from Incotex in a cotton-cashmere blend that’s both warm and plush to the touch. A knitted grey cashmere shawl collar sweater from Di Maestro that stands up well around the neck and features unique stitching along the top of the sleeve. Underneath, a checked cotton shirt from Luciano Barbera and a slubby raw silk necktie from Breuer. On top, we’ve layered a brown lambskin vest from Di Bello that’s down filled and fastens with horn buttons. And, finally, the Belgravia tassel loafers from Edward Green.
Mark Cho of the Armoury, wearing a Teba jacket.
From The Armoury site: Taking its name from the Count of Teba, a famed huntsman, it is an unlined, relaxed and slouchy piece worn in lieu of a sports jacket. Originally produced in only green and blue, the Teba was expanded to a variety of materials, weaves, colours and patterns as it became popular in urban use. True to its tailoring history, items are cut entirely by hand and materials selected from some of the most prestigious mills in Europe.
Discovering our local…
Jeans and shell cordovan
It is with no small amount of sadness and regret that I find myself at the end of my time with The Armoury. Working alongside Alan and Mark to build a business that provides a unique product to the market, a philosophy of measured acquisition to build a wardrobe of quality, and personal relationships with our clients, I feel very proud to have been a part of such a dynamic team of inspired people in Hong Kong and New York.