What I am Living: Gentlemen’s Clubs. What I will be writing about today is definitely something of a… let’s say controversial issue of our day. Gentlemen’s club have been deemed old-fashioned and obsolete by many. Many others have been demanding changes in their attitude and philosophy… but nonetheless, they have played an important role in my life. Both in my upbringing, career and adult social life.
All of them are unfortunately not always as elegant as I would like them to be, but that’s why I decided I’d make a list of my favourite ones. My best Gentlemen’s club around the world. This are the ones who would not and have never failed me. And where I can undoubtedly relax and spend time in a refined and established environment.
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White’s is a Gentlemen’s club in London, on St James Street. The city’s oldest (and probably its most exclusive) gentlemen’s club. It hosts a number of very remarkable members, such as British royalty, politicians and noblemen. Both the interiors and exteriors of the club are simply superb. Traditional and sophisticated. I would fall in love with them every time I visited.
Still in London, this is another club I love. One of the reasons for this, is its position. It occupies a building built and designed by a famous architect of the past. The Turf Club is considered one if not the most exclusive club in London.
For me, it’s a marvellous but younger version of the previous gentlemen’s club.
Associated with the Turf (one of the reasons I love this club) and with other clubs in the world, the Knick is the most exclusive club in New York. You can find it in a building on 62ndSreet and 5thAvenue, and the design of this gentlemen’s club speaks for itself.