Explore the world of Ettinger in the articles below, where you will find a wealth of information about our personal stories, our place in history, some nods to people we admire, a glimpse into the British luxury leather goods industry and a deeper insight into our beginnings.
Gerry Ettinger’s contribution to the fashion world is celebrated in a new book - The Clothes on our Backs: How Refugees from Nazism Revitalised the British Fashion Trade.
The Journal talks fit, fabric and finesse with Jermyn Street queen of shirtmaking, Emma Willis MBE.
We look at the changing needs of the modern gentleman and how our three new, lightweight, pieces tick all the boxes.
The Journal talks military style, backgammon and Bond with the Editor of The Rake magazine.
A new slimline Heritage Burlington Briefcase, a Capra Slim Card Case, and a new Capra Washbag - the first washbag in a long while.
You wouldn’t wear the same outfit to every event, so why carry the same wallet? Take your style to the next level with our accessories guide for every occasion.
We take a look at the extraordinary leathers used for the Westminster Flap-Over Briefcase and for a brand new piece (launching in just two weeks’ time), specifically the top-end refining and dyeing techniques that make them so special.
We investigate the history of the four vivid colours of the Sterling Collection.
The Journal talks to Britain’s wildest chef, Valentine Warner, about Hepple Gin – a top grade spirit capturing the flavours of indigenous botanicals with advanced scientific techniques.