The Nautical Adventures of Men's Vogue

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.

Comments on “The Nautical Adventures of Men's Vogue

    Sam Jacobs on July 23, 2008 12:35 PM:

    Damn! I want that house!

    Christopher on July 24, 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.

    james fox on July 24, 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…

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