The Gentleman’s Journal Launches e-Commerce Site

By Paul Joseph

The Gentleman’s Journal, a quarterly print publication and website founded in 2011, has launched its latest venture, an e-commerce site designed to cater to the fashion needs of London’s gentlemen about town.

Encompassing fashion, luxury lifestyle, automotives and grooming, the magazine, which is distributed across the globe, creates engaging content through print, digital and multimedia for its readers.

Their latest venture marks an important step for the brand which showcases and hand-delivers, stylish items from established brands, such as Gieves and Hawkes with their Autumn/Winter 2013 collection, and their younger fashion forward counterparts like Cutler and Gross.

“By joining publishing and e-commerce through digital and mobile-optimised technology, we hope to cater to all our readers needs, making it quick and easy to emulate the impeccable Gentleman’s Journal style we are known for,” said Harry Jarman, who founded the company in 2011.

“For gentlemen whose mantra is ‘time is money’, e-commerce offers them the solution by bringing brands such as Pickett and Sunspel straight to their office or home.”

Amongst its content, The Gentleman’s Journal regularly features exclusive interviews with notable figures such as Richard Branson, Jeremy Irvine, Lord Heseltine, Jeremy Hackett, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Lewis Hamilton and David Furnish.

The Gentleman’s Journal website is fully optimised for smart phones and tablets.

By Paul Joseph