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My Shoulders Are Not Natural

  I was headed for a meeting , an interview to see if I was suitable to join a board, when I read ADG’s illustrated article. I began the day with a purple tie and a lavender striped shirt. Half … Continue reading

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Caveat Emptor.

(A jacket by Henry Poole and Co. “The Founders of Savile Row.”) Urban Junkies is reporting the somewhat shocking ruling (at least to me) by the Advertising Standards Authority in London that will allow makers of machine-made suits to call … Continue reading

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Attila, the Tailor

Yup, it’s official; I’m part corkscrew. The right shoulder is a little off. Of course, I should have caught this, but my tailor shop doesn’t have a 3-way mirror and the first time I saw the back (where I can … Continue reading

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