What is Valet?
Valet is an independent, long-form, print-only publication dedicated to classic menswear and timeless style.
We champion film photography and essays that take unexpected and esoteric approaches to menswear, tailoring, and style — and, in the spirit of whimsy, publish articles tangentially or not at all related to clothing, just because we like them — in order to inspire men to dress and think entirely and unapologetically for themselves.
Vintage treasures in London
We profile Hornets of Kensington, a vintage shop specializing in Savile Row tailoring in London.
Interview with Stephen Fry
We speak to Stephen about his tie collection, putting away childish things, and dressing like a grown-up.
A history of timeExplore the issue
Nicholas Bowman-Scargill, Managing Director of Fears Watches takes us through the history of British watchmaking.
The man who values eternal style over ephemeral fashion has little refuge in today’s landscape, but the world is renewing, the plot is thickening, and the sartorial game is afoot.
A new cohort of men has appeared. We are of different ages and political sensibilities, live in far-flung countries, and lead very different lives. United by our passion for quality clothing, we need a quality publication that reflects our lives.
So we created Valet.
What you’re in for
Every issue of Valet is intended to be a beautiful object to be kept and collected, as uncompromising about its appearance as it is about the elements of style that it describes and the language it employs.
We celebrate timeless style through our passion for written and visual expression, and our editorial objective is to publish content that shuns the ephemeral and focuses on the eternal.
Articles are detailed historical, sociological, theological, literary, and poetic works. We have no truck with news or gossip. Valet does not age or expire.
It is in shape and matter what it is in purpose: truly timeless, as is any real sophistication or style.
Valet subscription (yearly)
A yearly subscription to Valet, shipped to you fresh off the press, three times a year.