This autumn, the Journal takes a spin back to the 1930s, the time of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Art Deco and a golden era for travel. We take you to a post-prohibition party at Mayfair’s Beaumont Hotel; wind the clock back to look at Ettinger in the 1930s and we visit Hamburg gentlemen’s outfitter, and institution, Ladage & Oelke. As we launch our Capra Collection, a range of pieces crafted exclusively from goat leather, we take a look at this decade – a time when this material was hugely popular.
The Journal talks to former fashion editor for The Rake turned independent menswear stylist and luxury consultant, Sarah Ann Murray, about Samuel L. Jackson, gender and Capra.
As we introduce the Capra Collection, crafted from goat leather, popular in the 1930s, we take a look at Ettinger’s first half century.
The Capra collection is inspired by the 1930s – the Golden Age of Travel – when Ettinger crafted many travel accessories from the refined goat leather popular at the time.
The Ettinger Journal takes you back to the 1930s as we visit the Beaumont Hotel, an Art Deco gem from the team behind the Ivy and the Wolseley.
As the new Capra collection launches, we explain what’s so special about this high quality skin.
The Ettinger Journal speaks to Hamburg-based outfitters, Ladage & Oelke, about heritage, history and a love for all things British.
One of our briefcases is featured in the November edition of the magazine.
Our two bags and a passport case have been featured in this special edition of the magazine.
Our Capra Collection is being introduced in the private business jets magazine, which appears twice a year.