R. Culturi Handmade Accessories


I had kind of a revelation earlier today. My daughter (who’s about to turn one!) was playing on the kitchen floor with one of my pocket squares -if you follow us on Instagram (@leclubdesdouze), you might have seen a picture of it in our stories. I’m not sure how she managed to put her hands on it, but she did. And she was happily playing with it, giggling. A part of me thought “alright, let’s put that back where you found it, it’s not a toy” but at the same time, I felt like the fact that she went on a scavenger hunt across the apartment and ended up picking this specific item to play with, deserved to be celebrated. And thus I felt like telling you about a gentleman’s accessories brand that I’m a little bit obsessed with these days, R. Culturi.

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Dreyfuss & Co


We’ve talked about watches a fair amount lately. I’m not sure why. Maybe it’s our obsession du moment... We all have one, don’t we? We introduced a bunch of newer brands –some currently crowdfunding– but today we wanted to come back to the basics and explore the heritage of a maison rooted in history: Dreyfuss & Co.

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Ties & Activism With Knots Apparel


At Le club des douze, we like brands that are not just looking to make a buck but are also looking to give something in return. That’s why we love Knots Apparel. They’re accessories designers, crafters, entrepreneurs and social activists all at once. They use their passion for menswear to help those in need. And we respect that. A lot. We also think their ties are pretty damn cool.

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BOLDR Watches


Hey. Do you know who, and what, BOLDR is? No, not bolder. BOLDR. Well, you’re in luck. Because this week -still on our quest to find the coolest watches out there- we’re telling you about that new Singaporean brand. Spoiler -BOLDR makes watches you want to wear when enjoying those free moments, that are truly yours, when you do something that actually makes you happy.

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The 1906 Gents


A question to the men out there… Are you using just any old razor and shaving products without really giving much thought to where you get them and what longevity they will have? You’re not alone. But that doesn’t make it right. After all, if you’re reading this, you’re probably a gentleman. So why stick with that habit? It’s a new year and time to start fresh. Luckily, we’re telling you about Missouri-based brand The 1906 Gents today. So listen up.

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