Journal

Robb Report: Born During Lockdown, This British Menswear Brand Deftly Blends Streetwear and Tailoring

by Alexander Freeling

New menswear brand Acre & Row draws on deep familiarity with classics of the male wardrobe: the hardy work jacket, the over-shirt, the elegantly draped English tailored trouser. It has all the hallmarks of classic menswear but, unlike the traditional stuff, is rendered with a light touch.

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Styleforum: From Sketch to Garment 

by Alexander Freeling

When we talk about clothes we’re often talking about design: shape, color, materials, details. But how do all these elements come together? And how do they interact with commercial questions? I sat down with Dav Sehra, founder of new British outerwear label Acre and Row, to talk about his design process and the challenges and joys of taking an idea from outline sketch to finished garment.

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Rakish Gent: The Dress Watch

by Dav Sehra

"A round case in a precious metal with a time-only dial, and a leather strap” - this is how watch enthusiasts would most probably describe a dress watch. However, the etiquette for when a dress watch should be worn, contrary to belief, has become more relaxed. Classism, social interaction, lifestyle and most of all fashion has created a new genre for how, and when, to wear a dress watch. 

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Acre & Row Conversations:  Rikesh from The Rake 

Rikesh has supported Acre & Row since its inception. As an individual he has contributed significantly to the menswear industry - his knowledge of brands, photography and overall product. It was therefore a pleasure to finally catch up with Rikesh and talk about his thoughts on some of the recent topics in menswear.

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Good shoes take you good places! 

by Dav Sehra

It has been said that a good pair of shoes will always take you to good places. Choosing the right footwear for your outfit is an important endeavour for some. Furthermore, choosing the right footwear depending on the season is even more important for others. We explore some of the different styles of footwear making its way into 2021. 

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