September is National Bourbon Heritage month. Brush up on your spirit knowledge with The Bourbon Review.Follow Now
Listen: The 200 Best Albums of the 60s
One of the most influential decades in music gave us enough jazz, R&B, and rock to last a lifetime.Listen Now.
Learn: Everything Apple Announced about iPhone X
Missed the Apple Event this week? This handy list compiles all you need to know about your next upgrade.
September 5 - September 10
A curated weekly selection of novels, short stories, and quality reading material from contributors around the globe. Bonus - you won't have to judge a book solely by its cover here - each caption includes a short and sweet book review.Follow Now
Listen: "The Rewatchables" Podcast
The Ringer's Bill Simmons devotes a whole podcast to the movies we can't stop rewatching.Listen Now.
Learn: The Washington Post covers Juggalos
The notorious fans of the hip-hop group Insane Clown Posse (ie ICP) have been officially classified as a gang by the FBI. The Post takes a look at the reasons why the Faygo-soaked fan base is so feared by the feds.
August 28 - September 4
Richmond-based footwear company and our Broad St. neighbors provide a constant stream of fall shoe inspiration.Follow Now
Listen: "How I Built This" Podcast
A podcast about building something from nothing, whether it's brands, businesses, or products.Listen Now.
Learn: You Can, And Should, Wear White after Labor Day
According to Esquire, this dusty, old fashion rule is meant to be broken.
Sharp imagery and luxury goods from our go-to for business and financial news.Follow Now
Listen: The War on Drugs Prove They Should Be the World’s Biggest Band on the Expansive "A Deeper Understanding"
One of our favorite brands released a new album this week and the reviews are in. (Spoiler alert: They're good.)Listen Now.
Learn: Why Those Floating Fire Ant Colonies in Texas are Bad News
The invasive insect has come up with an ingenious way to survive during Tropical Storm Harvey.
All classic men's clothing and style, all the time.Follow Now
Listen: "Stuff You Should Know" Podcast
The go-to for learning the nuts and bolts of everything from nostalgia to El Nino.Listen Now.
Learn: Southern Startups Tackle the Food-Waste Problem
Young startups make composting cool again.
August 21 - August 27
Blogger Antonio Centeno provides some of the most useful and practical men's style advice around.Follow Now
Listen: Grizzly Bear, "Painted Ruins"
The cerebral rockers emerge from hibernation and release their first album in five years.Listen Now.
Learn: My Dentist's Murder Trial
This true crime scandal has it all: adultery, murder, false identities, and the author's dentist.
The recent eclipse hysteria has given us a renewed interest in the great beyond.Follow Now
Listen: New Music from The Blind Boys of Alabama
A new album from the renowned gospel group, that includes more than one bad-ass octogenarian. Read Now.
Learn: Two Minutes of Totality in John Day, Oregon
Proving that the best photography of the solar eclipse is of people gawking at it, not the actual event itself.
A curation of the best images from National Geographic's worldwide network of correspondents. 80 million followers can't be wrong.Follow Now
Listen: James Murphy Wants to Justify LCD Soundsystem's Existence (Again)
The best part of this article is advice David Bowie gave the 47-year-old singer. Read Now.
Learn: Why Uganda has Two Eclipse Monuments
This central African country is one of the few to have permanent fixtures dedicated to this week's momentous event.
August 14 - August 20
Your wanderlust will never be sated after following this travel account.Follow Now
Listen: "The Daily" Podcast
Hosted by the New York Times, The Daily gives you twenty concentrated minutes a day of news you need to know, five days a week. Listen Now.
Learn: The 10 Most Expensive Cars at The Pebble Beach Auctions
Curious to see what a $20 million dollar vintage Aston Martin looks like? We got you.
The best account for all things Georgetown. Check out what's going on in the 'hood before you swing over to Ledbury DC.Follow Now
Listen: "Mogul" podcast from Gimlet Media
A hip-hop miniseries about the rise and fall of legendary rap producer Chris Lighty. Listen Now.
Learn: The Fresh Prince of Georgetown
Our Georgetown store manager just so happens to be one of the most stylish men we know.
August 7 - August 13
August is National Golf Month. Celebrate by hitting the links and trying some trick shots.Follow Now
Listen: The Secrets of Successful Podcast Music
Pitchfork analyzes what makes or breaks a podcast "soundtrack." Listen Now.
Learn: How Your Worst Practice Session Can Lead to Your Best Golf
A humbling round on the course can often have surpising outcomes.
July 10 - July 16
Catch all the highlights on the official Instagram of the tennis championships. Follow Now
Listen: The Tennis Podcast
Interviews with notable players of past and present and more. A must-listen for any tennis fan. Listen Now.
Learn: The Most Stylish Men at Wimbledon
You can find some top-notch style inspiration in the bleachers at Wimbledon. Luckily, GQ curated the best of the best for your viewing pleasure.
The Drake Magazine is a grassroots publication created for fly fishing enthusiasts. Catch casting inspiration on their feed.Follow Now
Listen: Orvis' "How to Fly Fish" Podcast
The premiere outdoor outfitter hosts a wealth of knowledgeable content on all things fly fishing. Tune in while you're wading a stream. Listen Now.
Learn: Trout Fishing, A Taut Line to Our Past
Artist and naturalist James Prosek muses on the history of and deeper meaning of fishing for the New York Times.
Whether you rent or own, the go-to feed for interior design inspiration.Follow Now
Listen: Jay-Z's 4:44
The Brooklyn legend releases an album that's deeply personal and some say a response to Beyonce's Lemonade. It's currently available on iTunes and Apple Music so you can actually listen to it (Sorry, Tidal). Listen Now.
Learn: How Artists Engineer Their Work to Mess With Our Minds
Wired takes a look at how the creative class is often ahead of the curve in terms of technological innovation to pull off visual trickery in their work.
July 2 - July 9
All the recipes, cooking tips, and meaty eye-candy an aspiring pitmaster would ever want.Follow Now
Listen: "Cooking with Fire" Podcast
Be like Francis Mallmann and learn all the insider techniques for cooking over flames. Listen Now.
Learn:Saveur's Ultimate Summer Grilling Guide
From the science of grilling meat to the essential grilling cookbooks, this guide is a one-stop shop for all your backyard BBQ quandaries.
The celeb chef/pastry wizard behind the Cronut continues to delight with desserts that blow your mind with wit and ingenuity (also: delicious).Follow Now
Listen: J Roddy Walston & The Business Release First Single in 4 Years
Richmond, VA-based rockers release a rockin' new single AND wear Ledbury shirts on their album art. Listen Now.
Learn: A New Island Forms in the OBX
Out of nowhere, a mile-long split as wide as a football field has formed off the coast of Cape Hatteras. If you're headed to the Outer Banks this summer it's a must-see (but watch out for whale bones and shipwreck debris.)
June 19 - June 25
Our go-to site for witty sports analysis from Bill Simmons also happens to have a pretty great Instagram feed. .Follow Now
Listen: Roséwave: 75 Songs To Kick Off A Faux-Luxe Summer
NPR made up a faux musical genre and subsequent playlist exclusively designed for sipping rosé. One part ridiculous, one part genius. Listen Now.
Learn: Prodigy, My Favorite Rapper
Writer Eddie Huang memorializes rap legend, Prodigy, of Mobb Deep, who passed away this week.
Just a guy livin' on the road and hitting up every spot on your travel bucket list. Currently, you'll find him in Montenegro.Follow Now
Listen: Magic Playlist
Get your summertime playlist's on lock with this free smart playlist generator that syncs with your Spotify account. Listen Now.
Learn: On This Summer Solstice, Be Glad You Live on Earth
Not a fan of summer heat in the Northern Hemisphere? It could always be worse - you could live on Neptune where summer lasts for 42 years.
Look: Pitchfork's "Over/Under" Video Series with Thurston Moore
Thurston Moore Rates Harry Styles, Vaping, and '90s Nostalgia Watch Now
Listen: "The Pitch" Podcast
The weekly podcast that lets you to be the fly on the wall as real entrepreneurs pitch to investors for the chance to found their own company. Listen Now.
Learn: The Only Thing Better Than Camping is Not Camping
Not a huge fan of GORP or sleeping on the ground? No worries, GQ feels your pain.
June 12 - June 18
If you're not hungry (or craving a cocktail) after scrolling the Thrillist feed, something might be wrong with you. A feast for the eyes. Follow Now
Listen: Hi-Phi Nation
An engrossing, story-driven podcast in the vein of This American Life and Radiolab but with a philosophical bent. Get existential, man. Listen Now.
Learn: Patagonia's Top Secret Gear Archive
Like most, we've admired this altruistic outdoorsy brand for a while. If only we could see their vintage gear Shangri-La in person.
Sure, the first official day of summer is next week, but that doesn't mean we can't be all about that #beachlife today.Follow Now
Listen: Spotify 'Sunshowers' Playlist
Summertime vibes playlist c/o Spotify. Enough songs to power a 3+ hour pool party - don't forget the SPF. Listen Now.
Whether you're a new dad, aspiring dad, or soon-to-be dad, this irreverent parenting website provides useful answers to all those questions you're scared to ask about raising a little human. It's informative, funny, and bookmark-worthy.
Stargazing under a summer sky is on our seasonal bucket list. This account covers the earth, sky, and beyond. Follow Now
Listen: Fleet Foxes' New Album Crack-Up
Seattle-based indie folksters release their first album in six years. You can stream the whole LP on Pitchfork today. Listen Now.
Learn: JFK's Personal Tailor is Alive and Well
Life goal: A Ledbury suit tailored by the same guy Jack went to. In NYC, this one is surprisingly attainable.
June 5 - June 11
An archive of design ephemera, posting everything from vintage book covers to '60s-era Pirelli ads. Plus, plenty of eye candy for the typography nerds.Follow Now
Listen: "Sgt. Pepper's" Turns 50
Arguably one of the best rock albums ever released turns a half-century old. NPR touches on the groundbreaking recording studio techniques used to produce its iconic sound. Listen Now.
Learn: How to Keep White Clothes White
Crisp, white shirts are a no-brainer, but keeping them that way is a challenge. Read this guide and you'll avoid the dreaded dingy look.
A man travels across America with his constant companion (a Coonhound named Maddie) and captures her every move. The result is part William Wegman, part stunning escapism.Follow Now
Listen: Podcasts are The New Xanax
Podcasts are meant to entertain, to inspire, and to inform - but what about putting you to sleep? Listen Now.
Learn: 37 Things a Man's Gotta Do This Summer
Make the Summer of 2017 the best one yet thanks to Inside Hook's annual compendium of all things to see, eat, and do by September.
In just a scroll, this account virtually takes you to the peaks of the Swiss Alps to star gazing in Death Valley. It's one of the best travel 'grams out and highly recommended for summer travel inspiration.Follow Now
Listen: Willie Nelson's Deep River of Song
With 61 LP's under his belt, the great braided one is one of the most prolific American musicians around (and 84 years old, to boot.) Pitchfork takes a close look at some of his deepest cuts. Listen Now.
Learn: Going Out for Lunch Is a Dying Tradition
The restaurant industry is taking a hit because everyone eats lunch desk side these days. We say - make the American lunch break great again.
May 28 - June 3
If you live for renovation before/after photos and Mid-Century Modern design this one covers both bases. For the history buffs, it also features historical photos of our great hometown of Richmond, VA.Follow Now
Listen: All Songs Considered's Weekly Mix
A staff-curated mix from NPR featuring all new music from Jeff Tweedy, Big Thief, and more. Perfect for new music discovery while weekend road trippin.' Listen Now.
Learn: A Sinner's Second Chance
In 1984, a music journalist hit the road with Greg Allman and wrote all about it for Esquire. Get reacquainted with the legend on Bitter Southerner.
Long weekend vibes c/o an adventurous, Montana-based photographer. Time to take the canoe out of the garage for good.Follow Now
Listen: The Ultimate Guide to The Dead Live
In their 50 years of touring, The Grateful Dead have put together a catalog of live music that could fill a fleet of VW vans in tapes. Deadhead or not, this handy guide will help you navigate their full catalog of live shows. Listen Now.
Learn: Charred & Scruffed by Adam Perry Lang
What better time to master your grill skills then a long holiday weekend? Along with recipes and technique, bona fide BBQ expert Adam Perry Lang digs deep into the science behind what makes grilled food taste good.
May 15 - May 21
Don’t lie - we know you’re reading this from bed. If you’re into fancy hotels and catching some z’s this feed’s for you. Follow Now
Listen: “Master of None” Season 2 Soundtrack
Sundays are for sleep - and Netflix binges. Not surprisingly, Aziz Ansari’s hip comedy series also has a killer soundtrack. Listen Now.
Learn: Ledbury Lab: Linen
Our upcoming Ledbury Workshop release is inspired by linen - and also your feedback. See why we’re crowdsourcing this one on Easy Goer.
Madrid, Spain through the lens of a New Orleans native with a great eye for architecture.Follow Now
Listen: Grizzly Bear is Back
If you missed them at the Bernie Sanders rally last April, now’s your chance to catch the Brooklyn quartet on their first tour in four years. Get pumped and listen to their new single at the link. Listen Now.
Learn: An Australian Beach Shack Makeover
If this is what passes for a “shack” in Australia, you can catch us on the next flight to Sydney.
Some would argue that graduating from college is your official step into adulthood. Follow Put this On to learn the fine art of “dressing like a grownup." Follow Now
Listen: Rick Rubin’s Shangri La Studios
Take a virtual tour of the iconic recording studio of the legendary producer/coolest human on the planet who’s worked with everyone from Johnny Cash to Yeezy. Watch Now.
Learn: Inc.'s Graduate Advice for Aspiring Entrepreneurs
Sage advice from established entrepreneurs to their younger selves. Lesson #1: Everything will be ok.
May 8 - May 14
Alert: Roanoke, Virginia-based photographer Tyler Phenes travels cross-country shooting for clients like Google, Harry's, and Herschel Supply Co. Journey vicariously through his 'gram.Follow Here
Listen: A Mother’s Day Mix
All Songs Considered asked listeners to share songs and stories that remind them of Mom. Grab a tissue - you’re gonna need it. Listen Now.
Learn: Ledbury for the Ladies
If anyone deserves a bespoke shirt, it’s mom. Read about the styles in our first-ever women’s collection.
Alert: Sunday is Mother’s Day. Be a good son and get mom something that won’t wilt from Paper Rose Co., a Richmond-based paper flower boutique. No water required. Follow Here
Listen: Radiohead Announces 20th Anniversary Edition of ‘OK Computer'
In reason #1,568 of why we feel old, Radiohead releases a deluxe, 20th anniversary edition of its groundbreaking album 'OK Computer.' Read More.
Learn: 35 Years of Popular-Crowd Brands: A Micro-History
Polos and popped collars will forever be associated with the in-crowd. New York Magazine rounds up the '80s brands that defined the high school elite.
Epic drone shots of some of the most world’s most stunning hidden beaches.Follow Here
Listen: Beach Fossils “Down the Line"
Whether you’re road tripping or flying overseas, this chill new single by Brooklyn-based Beach Fossils will put you in a wistful mood. Stream Now.
Learn: The Ledbury Lab: Vacation Shirts
Our collection of short-sleeved shirts were inspired by summer destinations. Check out our most recent staff travels while you're at it.
May 1 - May 7
The classic Oxford is the bedrock of classic preppy attire. Scroll through for more collegiate inspiration.Follow Here
Listen: LCD Soundsystem “American Dream"
James Murphy and Co. release a digital “double A side” just in time for weekend listening. This track is synthy and dreamlike - just how we like it. Listen Now.
Learn: GQ’s Best of ‘Take Ivy'
Our favorite men’s magazine highlights the best looks of the seminal handbook of American prep nostalgia.
We all deserve respite from the storm of daily life. This feed provides the inspiration for planning out your summertime PTO.Follow Here
Listen: Rock'n'Roll Animals
Musicians take inspiration from all areas - including their furry friends. Watch Here.
Learn: The Kentucky Bourbon Trail
The Bluegrass State boasts at least ten well-known distilleries. Spend a boozy weekend trying them all - but don't forget to pace yourself.
This week we welcome Nashville-based shoemaker Peter Nappi to our flagship for a month-long pop-up shop. Get to know the brand better before the party.Follow Here
Listen: Bon Appétit Foodcast
Hosted by the mags impossibly cool EIC Adam Rapoport, the Foodcast delivers service-y food news and entertaining interviews with everyone from James Beard-nominated chefs to Seth Rogen. Stream Here.
Learn: Bulleit’s Mint Julep
Derby Day is nearly upon us - you better get muddling. Bulleit shares a julep recipe with a Kentucky twist.
Apr 24 - Apr 30
Take an easy Sunday stroll over to illustrator Christoph Niemann's account where he combines everyday objects with illustration for always unexpected results.Follow Here
Listen: Jazz Fest 2017 Playlist
If you can't take the musical pilgrimage down to the Big Easy this weekend, funkify your life with this playlist featuring this year's headliners at the New Orleans Jazz Fest. Stream Here.
Learn: Indigo Capsule Collection
Our most recent capsule collection was inspired by the rich blue dye that's been used on fabric for over 6,000 years.
Look: The Kitty Hawk Flyer
The future is here...if you own a lake house. Kitty Hawk, the "flying car" startup backed by Google co-founder Larry Page, released a drone-like aircraft engineered for personal flight. Strap in.Watch Here
Listen: 99% Invisible's "The Architect of Hollywood"
99% Invisible has become one of iTunes' most popular podcast, and it's no wonder why. In this episode, they examine the work of Paul Revere Williams, the unsung architect behind some of classic Hollywood's most iconic buildings. Stream Here.
Learn: Caribbean Cookout Recipes
Shorts season is a harbinger of cookouts, BBQ’s, grill-outs or whatever it is you call them in your neck of the woods. Bon Appétit put together a killer list of Jamaican-inspired recipes that will have you firing up the grill stat.
Look: Dubai Through the Lens
Photographer Ben Thomas captures the otherworldly colors and mind-bending architecture of Dubai, often called the Vegas of the Middle East.Follow Here
Listen: Summer is Coming Playlist
Our friend Matthew E. White put together a free and easy mixtape for us that always sounds right this time of year - and won’t make you feel like you’re at Coachella (promise). Listen Here.
Learn: #Vanlife, The Bohemian Social-Media Movement
Living out of a van and going cross-country may be too casual for your taste, but some intrepid social media types are making a living out of it.
Apr 17 - Apr 23
In California, a drought-busting winter has yielded a wildflower explosion of epic proportions. Catch the superbloom now before it’s gone for good.Follow Here
Listen: The War on Drugs, “Thinking of a Place”
To commemorate Record Store Day, Philly-based band The War on Drugs releases their first track in three years. Listen Here.
Learn: New York Times Opinion Pages, “Why I Love Ugly Uniforms"
A nostalgic ode to the sometimes garish but always eye-popping Major League Baseball uniforms of the 1970s.
Look: The Kentucky Derby, Churchill Downs
The 143rd Derby is right around the corner. It would be the perfect time to pick up a new suit.Follow Here
The eponymously named debut album from Mr. Booker is about as straight forward rock and roll as you're going to hear. It's got us pretty excited for his sophomore follow up next month. Stream Here or Listen Below.
Learn: FT How To Spend It , “Playful Private Mazes Made By A Master of Illusion”
Adrian Fisher is the go-to man for mazes. His labyrinthine designs grace many of the world's most incredible private and public spaces.