As a generation tires of jeans and T-shirts, this book offers right-thinking men everywhere a chance to smarten up their act.
Hackett muses on sartorial codes in an age less accustomed to making an effort: why plus twos beat plus fours, the ideal length of sock, the pros and cons of cufflinks, the art of monogramming, how one should dress for a hunt or shooting party, and how to get that bow tie looking ‘just so’.
Brimming with anecdotes and observations as sharp as his suits – as well as more than a glancing nostalgia for an age when a chap knew how to dress for an occasion – this is a book for those who know how to appreciate the finer things in life, and for would-be dandies everywhere.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Marca||Thames & Hudson-id|
|Ano da edição||2007/04/01|
|Número de Páginas||200|
|Autor||Hackett,Jeremy (edt); Tang,Garda (edt)|