Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by NORE, Dec 15, 2010.
Southlondongent, I've corrected that for you .
The British youth of today. Interesting to think that in 50 years they'll look like good old Michael here. Well, perhaps not all of them..
Small world man, used to drive past the Barnes every day for work until recently. I live in Hetton, if you know it, closer to Durham down the A690.
My mate Mick Flanagan who gets on the readytogo message board as Flared Hicks is from Hetton. I look on there every saturday morning to get a link to watch The Lads on the Internet. Welcome to the SF marra.
*returning to normal service*
Some great pics in this thread. That one of Ferry is brilliant. I would guess from the length of his barnet and the width of his lapels and strides that it's from the mid seventies but with a few tweaks it's almost as timeless a look as Cary Grant and is making me yearn for the spring so I can dust off my cream suit. I reckon I could closely replicate that look right now but I'm still in the market for a cotton khaki poplin suit.
Naw, but you've made a name for yourself!
He is infamous now our own Nutter...
The late George MacDonald Fraser's best novel has an irresistible sartorial subtext and takes place in pre-WWI Edwardian England - big bonus...Harry Flashman makes several cameo appearances:
Twelve books later, still the most endearing cad ever (see above):
And this guy knows how to party:
Cadogan de Vere Carlton- Browne represents the apotheosis of British Style
Really? Tailor made underwear?
Love the Range Rover, I've owned 2.
Stunning cars (especially Range Rover L322 and Jaguar X308 which I posted) and I'm surprised no one mentioned them until I did on page 7.
More British style and scent, Penhaligon's Blenheim Bouquet is one of my favo(u)rites:
Mike, this is awesome!
Only 2/3rds British... Still one of my favourite bands. My three-year old likes them too.
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