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"Alan Flusser is knowledgeable, cultivated, and a true gentleman in every sense of the word. The clothes he created for me in Wall Street elicited the most attention and applause of any costume design done for any of my films." -- Michael Douglas
"Alan Flusser writes about menswear with authority, intelligence, and a healthy dose of his unique personal style that has made him the wardrober of choice for a distinguished cadre of gentlemen worldwide. Style and the Man's historical references, engaging prose, and anecdotal asides make it a great read as well." -- Philip B. Miller, chairman and chief executive officer, Saks Fifth Avenue
"Alan is one of the most knowledgeable experts on men's fashion, and has created the ultimate reference for everything you need to know about good taste, great style, and where to find it throughout the world." -- Ralph Lauren
"No one knows as much about men's clothing as Alan Flusserhe has an encyclopedic knowledge of its history combined with a modern merchant's insight into design, tailoring, and selling. Read him and absorb." -- Bill Blass
"There is a difference between having nice clothes and wearing clothes that work specifically for you. Alan Flusser gives you the insight to make the best choices for yourself." -- Bob Costas, NBC Sports
Turn to the author's 200 favorite men's stores spanning seventeen cities in eight countries' both celebrated designer flagships and tiny shops known only to a privileged few and discover:
In Style and the Man, Alan Flusser has created the perfect traveling companion for those men wishing to expand their sartorial knowledge as well as their wardrobe. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Alan Flusser in this book really brings out and shares his
thoughts/ ideas on the significance in what to buy according
to your size and shape and the best place to... Read more
This book is an excellent source of knowledge and information. So much of the information is still relevant today and is timeless. Read morePublished on October 2, 2012 by Colt 45
Q: A 15-year-old book on men's fashion? Why would anyone be interested in that?
A: Because core principles are slow to change... and true classics never go out of style. Read more
This book should occupy a prominent place in your collection. Yes its ok to own more than one book on sartorial correctness. Take this book for its strenghts (i.e. Read morePublished on August 26, 2009 by H. Vellos
The book was in excellent condition. "Style and the Man",is essential for the well dressed and casual dresser. The book could use an update, but for essentials it is indispensible.Published on January 25, 2009 by Aaron M. Bomar
3/4 of this book is where to shop, with locations noted in Chicago, Houston, Florence, Milan, NYC, Vienna, etc (but not Beijing, Shanghai or Hong Kong). Read morePublished on September 19, 2008 by Brian McDaniel
I enjoyed A.F.'s other books enough to buy this one, although it is not nearly as practical. The sections on where to buy clothes are not only out of date by now, they are also... Read morePublished on March 30, 2007 by cxlxmx
What if you live outside of New York? This book isn't applicable for anyone outside "The City." Buy a book from John Bridges instead.Published on June 7, 2003
I bought this book a year ago, mainly because of its high ratings. But I was disappointed. I read it once and I found the style of writing outdated and the content not so useful:... Read morePublished on May 21, 2003 by GPK