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I haven't seen this book, but it might be worth checking out. Apparently, there are two long chaptes on men's clothes, Savile Row, the West End, etc.: http://www.amazon.com/exec....0332652 Found out about it here: http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/prem/200503/schwarz
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Tch "Fashion writers often make too much of the influence of the time-honored in London style, but nonetheless, an Anderson and Sheppard suit, a Hawes and Curtis shirt, and John Lobb brogues exemplify a kind of urban sophistication"”though they're rooted in an aristocratic heritage, and therefore in rural pursuits." Surely brogues are a bit out of place on such an outfit? And Hawes and Curtis now sells third-world made mass market shirts. And A&S? Wasn't there some issue with their tailor? Or was it their cutter? Book looks great, just having my fun.
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RJMan - I think I know what you do during the day. But where are you appearing at night? Catch a Rising Star? If not, you've missed your calling.
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