In 1940, Winston Churchill posed for a picture that made him look more like a Chicago hoodlum than the British Prime Minister.
He held a Thompson submachine gun, popular with US gangsters during Prohibition. There was also his signature cigar, the bowler hat, the spotted bow tie, and the immaculate chalk-stripe flannel suit.
BBC News has just published an interesting article about Churchill’s battle with depression to which he referred to as his "Black Dog".
Mentally challenged yet sartorially triumphant.
For many of us, what we wear day-to-day is becoming more relaxed - and if you’ve traditionally been a steady dress shirt wearer, this can pose something of a challenge. At Crane Brothers we’re often asked what are some key pieces to consider building a contemporary wardrobe around, especially with this new paradigm in mind...
John Rykenberg ran a store front and photography studio of Auckland photographers from the late 1950s through until the late 1970s. During that time the studio captured Auckland's daily life and produced a particularly interesting Queen Street series in the 1960s - it probably comes as no surprise thatthere are road works visible in some of...
The Dambusters were legendary for their wartime heroics and a constant source of inspiration for me as a child, raised on a diet of Commando Comics & Airfix Models.