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Cary Grant: A Celebration of Style

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by richstyle, Aug 27, 2006.

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    My guess would be absolutely. He had lots of shirts made by them and either had them or some other company replace the usual buttons with better buttons, usually mother of pearl.

    They made his custom-made jeans, too, which he requested be cut higher in the rise.

    He often wore jeans and Western style accressories in Palm Springs when he went horseback riding in the San Jacinto Mountains. There's quite a bit about it in my book. His house in Las Palmas, a half mile or so from the downtown Palm Springs, is a modest-sized Spanish job that recently sold for 2.2 million. Wouldn't it be cool to live in the house that CG built? Or bought?

    What say we all chip in and purchase it next time it's on the market.
     

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