Clothes and the Man. The Principles of Fine Men's Dress

Clothes and the Man. The Principles of Fine Men's Dress
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Clothes and the Man. The Principles of Fine Men's DressClothes and the Man. The Principles of Fine Men's DressClothes and the Man. The Principles of Fine Men's Dress

Alan Flusser.

New York. Villard Books. 1985. First edition. Blue cloth-bound hardback, dust jacket. ix, 210 pages. Illustrated throughout with colour photographs, line drawings, and a double gate-fold illustrating samples of dress shirtings. 290 x 220mm (11 x 8"). 1.25kg. 0394546237. English. Near fine; light ruffling to jacket at head of spine, small 1cm closed tear to top forecorner of rear jacket; light spotting to top edge, some light browning to page edges.

Alan Flusser's sartorial guide to men's fashion. Flusser focusses on formal wear, with an emphasis on how to dress wellrather than fashionably. The book begins with the 1930s, a height point in men's tailoring and style, and then covers suits, jackets, shirts, neckwear, shoes, accessories, hats and sportswear. Included is a useful and extensive glossary of tailoring terms.