The Strand Arcade

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Housing brands like Farage, Strand Hatters, Declic, Joseph Shirts and Shoes, Hunt Leather and Fred Perry, The Strand Arcade has a new direction for spring-summer 2013: menswear.

The concept is built around the launch of 1891, a new quarterly paper featuring the curated and covetable style of the nostalgic and iconic Strand Arcade and also features a photographic and video profile on Andrew McDonald Shoemaker shot by renowned photographer Hugh Stewart.

1891is about a season that is the Strand Arcade’s most inspiring not just for its chic innovation but also for its storytelling.

Stylist Meg Gray has been dubbed the curator of the inaugural issue, honing-in on the favourite moods of the season, namely layerings, light fabrics and soft and muted shades, breathing life into men’s offerings.

1891 is a tribute to the very unique aesthetics and luxurious qualities that define the Strand Arcade, and have done since 1891.

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