Sunday afternoon at the cemetery

Outside the old northern gate of Copenhagen, you will find the crowded district of Nørrebro. What I like particularly about that part of the city, is Assistens Cemetery. Entering the premises, you can walk peacefully among giants like Hans Christian Andersen, Søren Kierkegaard, and Niels Bohr.

Above a very well-dressed reader in a corn coloured bespoke tweed jacket with patch pockets made by Peter Undén and bespoke flannel trousers from now retired tailor Bent Wennerwald. The bespoke brown toecaps are made by Danish shoemaker Kenneth Elsgaard.

I do not know origin of necktie and handkerchief but the burgundy socks are from Grunwald.

Source: The Journal of Style 

 

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