This issue: Feature interview with British actor Terrence Stamp, in which he discusses his childhood in East End London and how the swinging sixties shaped the man he is today. There is also a featurette discussing the master craftsmanship of Cifonelli and Thom Sweeney. Issue No. 27 also offers a glimpse into the dynasty of the Rothschild family. Fashion magazines are a dime a dozen, full of ads, overpriced clothing and glib tips on 'what's hot right now.' The Rake, on the other hand, stands alone as the only publication dedicated to the art of classic style. Named for Fiat and Ferrari kingpin Gianni Agnelli (aka 'The Rake of the Riviera'), the magazine focuses strictly on the finer things: bespoke tailoring, fine shoes, watches and accessories. But The Rake is more than a repository of expensive things, its pages bulge with feature articles on the men and women, past and present, who have shaped the history of style and 'the good life'.