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That's the billionaire Kirk Kerkorian. Photo must be decades old. He's 97 now. http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/people/k/kirk_kerkorian/index.html The Italian actor Toni Servillo is wearing something similar, if brighter, in the recent film, La Grande Belezza. In an SF thread on this film and his wardrobe an SF member said that it was Attolini bespoke. http://www.lahiguera.net/cinemania/actores/toni_servillo/fotos/20221/
I had no idea that they had juries in rural Florida. That's real progress.
Here's a Borrelli in Cotton: http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/380925463482 I have one in brown linen with a slightly different cut
I was very lucky. My father, the Viscount, guided me by example.
No it doesn't. But in my experience having lived in Chicago and Upstate New York, in very cold weather people get away with wearing anything very warm. On the other hand, if you can afford it there are several choices in dress coats that are also very warm. When I lived in Chicago and had a good income I wore a 32 oz British Warm and an Invdertere Greatcoat as well as a wool cashmere top coat for less cold...
The early 40s maybe, but by the late 40s styles had become quite ugly, especially the ties:http://www.ciakhollywood.com/hp/nataieri/BORN_YESTERDAY-21.jpgBrodrick Crawford in the middle as an example.
Very interesting account of the evolution of a personal style. I guess I could say that my account would be opposite: I've been dressing more or less the same way since elementary school: Ivy to Ivy-derived. I adopted side vents about 30 years ago, a few years after I abandoned button- down collars. Otherwise pure natural shoulder, whether from the US or Italy.
I would wait before buying anything from them. Their website in unfinished. There are no examples of their work. There is no telephone number on their website.
This is an appropriate place to mention the Jean Renoir film, "The Grand Illusion" (1937) in which Aristocratic military officers and their values are juxtaposed against Middle Class and Working Class officers, one of whom is a wealthy Jew, and their values in the context of the First World War.http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0028950/.
Disraeli was able to gain (limited) entrance into society, and a few decades later was prime minister. And he, or his father, was a convert to the Church of England.
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