An 18-month-long labour of love, the Thom Sweeney townhouse opened it doors this week. Sat just behind Savile Row, it is a proper menswear shop, with navy blue cashmere coats, fisherman knit jumpers and high shine dress shoes (a collaboration with Crockett & Jones no less). It is a fully functioning tailors, with swatches of fabric and men in immaculate suits with tape measurers around their necks busying around in the basement. It is a place where you can buy a dinner jacket and a pair of trainers, be fitted for an overcoat, play a game of snooker and drink a negroni out of a crystal tumbler, possibly all at the same time. It is a real life bricks and mortar shop that hopes to cater to whatever suit, tie or casual taste a man might have. Read more at Esquire.