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The Nautical Adventures of Men's Vogue

Jul 23rd, 2008 | Categories: Magazines, Men's wear, Style | by Michael Williams

It is pretty obvious that Alex Carleton — the man behind the Maine-based brand Rogues Gallery — has great taste. The gentlemen at Men’s Vogue took a trip to Cape Elizabeth, Maine to give us a look into Mr. Carleton’s beautiful home. As one would expect, the house is littered with nautical-themed artifacts collected over time. Seeing this home gives me a greater appreciation for the the Rogues Gallery collection — knowing the inspirations and authenticity of the guy at the controls. Impressive to say the least.

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3 Comments to “The Nautical Adventures of Men's Vogue”

  1. Sam Jacobs
    on Jul 23rd, 2008
    @ 12:35 PM

    Damn! I want that house!

  2. Christopher
    on Jul 24th, 2008
    @ 12:32 AM

    I’m sure I’ll get some slack for this, but I’ve never really been a fan of Rogues Gallery. I have always been a fan of Alex Carleton though.

    He has truly built a consistent brand and done so slowly and methodically which will probably ensure its staying power.

    I have heard about this home before but have yet to see pics. Very beautiful. I really love Maine and already have a trip there planned next month.It makes me look forward to it even more.

  3. james fox
    on Jul 24th, 2008
    @ 10:27 AM

    have to agree with christopher above (plus, leaving comments after midnight…get time and a half for that), everyone “recreating” the classics is getting a bit old unless you really have some balls and do a good job (like Freemans SC longer peacoat). can’t beat an original levis or lee unwashed denim 2-pocket jacket or authentic peacoat… ‘course we all love that house…we’re east coast…