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Homage or Fromage?

We’ve all discussed the dangers of slipping over into costume, but there is also something to be said for comfort. For a meeting today, my second day out of the hospital (diverticulitis, ugh), I didn’t feel up to donning a … Continue reading

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Cary Grant On Style. Written by Cary Grant.

  No, it isn’t only money that determines how well a man dresses—it’s personal taste. Because of the demands of my work, I’ve purchased dozens of suits over the years and they all have one attribute in common: they are … Continue reading

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The Resistance

After seven (!) years of thinking about and studying elegance, I’ve come to a number of conclusions. Today’s is this: elegance  and whimsy have a difficult time coexisting. Feeling extremely puppyish as I am these days, the choice to wear … Continue reading

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