Here, we will be exploring the Ettinger style through the prism of a professional stylist, or indeed giving a platform to a personal style that we particularly admire.
For five days in June, 500 of the world’s finest racehorses will compete for £7.3m in prize money in front of 300,000 riveted race-goers (who will drink close-to 56,000 bottles of Champagne). As Royal Ascot is nearly upon us, the Journal talks to historic Savile Row tailors Henry Poole about what (and what not) to wear.
Ettinger talks gentleman’s style with New York’s king of men’s Street Style, Karl-Edwin Guerre, more commonly know as just Guerre.
Men’s style blogger, the Grey Fox, talks brogues, tweed and Prince Charles to the Ettinger Journal
The Journal talks Christmas decorating with British Artist (and Arts Club Christmas installation creator) Tom Ellis and feather objet designer, Alice Wingfield Digby. Is 2017 the year of Avant Garde, or the more natural?
We head to Graham Cruz's studio to talk Samuel L. Jackson, shooting on safari and dressing to impress
Chairman and CEO Robert Ettinger talks tailors, bowler hats and attaché cases at his London club, Home House
Singapore entrepreneur, Kelvin Cheong, gives us his take on the resurgence of traditional style in Singapore and why purple is the new black
There is nothing more English than racing down London streets on your vintage bicycle, dressed in well-pressed tweed before stopping for a cup of tea.
Jerome Mackay, Marketing Director at Ettinger, talks of how his tastes have developed and shaped over the years.