A Brooks Brothers summer, Vogue, 1938. The gentleman is dressed head to toe in Brooks, including the straw boater. The original photo layout is tilted to the side:
Brooks silk and cotton jacket, Vogue 1964. The front quarters seem unusually open, and the buttoning point relatively high, for the maker:
F. Scott Fitzgerald was a customer of Brooks Brothers. Look at that beautiful, natural, rounded shoulder. The lapels are so softly rolled. In this picture of Scott, from 1921, he's only 25 years old:
"You must go to Brooks' and get some really nice suits." -- This Side of Paradise, F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Edited by CrimsonSox - 11/24/13 at 1:52am