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Billy Fiske: The American Who Died For England
William "Billy" Fiske was born in Chicago in 1911. When aged 16, he became the youngest Olympian to win a gold medal, and went on to break records in both his bobsled and his "Blower" Bentley. His incredible life ended at the tender age of 29 whilst flying as a fighter pilot for the RAF in the Battle of Britain.
A Trilogy of Topcoats
The first three Bond actors wore navy blue overcoats for their debuts as 007. The trilogy of topcoats differed significantly in design, and have all been recreated by Anthony Sinclair for those who choose to go under cover in style.
To commemorate Father's Day, Flora Macdonald Johnston, Head of Editorial at Appear Here Magazine, interviewed David and Elliot Mason in their new Soho store to talk all things luxury, legacy, and London.
For Your Eyes Only: Seiko's Precise Story
Although Seiko is best known for its wristwatches, in 1942 the company decided to start manufacturing and distributing opthalmic lenses for spectacle frames.