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'Should be required reading for anyone who's fallen into the trap of leaving the house in a pair of tracksuit bottoms ... crammed with no-nonsense style rules we should all follow' Arena'The subtle way to tell him to smarten up!' Woman & Home --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
Sir Hardy Amies died in 2003, but his legacy and style continues under his protégé Ian Garlant at Hardy Amies Plc. He opened his fashion house in 1945 and became Dressmaker by Appointment to Her Majesty The Queen. Famous for menswear and his keen eye for classic style, Amies had a regular fashion column in Esquire magazine.
As many reviews stated, it is more like a dictionary of terms but the information is interesting.Published 4 months ago by Mike
Absolute joy to read, a good bit of humor, and the perfect coffee table or waiting room reader. Great gift for any man.Published 8 months ago by Matthew Talbott
Waste of money. I thought it would cover the basics of fashion. It turned out to be an encyclopedia thats useless.Published 11 months ago by Ali