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Drawing inspiration from Machiavelli's The Prince, Antongiavanni has crafted an essential handbook for the ambitious man who recognizes that smart and stylish appearance is a lever to power. From neckties to footwear, belts to suspenders, lapels to handkerchiefs, The Suit leaves no garment or accessory untouched and will inject a dose of good taste into your closet. The debates over double-breasted vs. single, two-buttons vs. three, English vs. Italian, and many others are settled with wit by Antongiavanni's wealth of knowledge in the art of dress.
Esquire The Handbook of Style brings readers vital information on every aspect of a man's wardrobe, from suits and shirts, to shoes and neckties, to watches and other accessories. The style-minded reader will find useful advice on suit fabrics and cuts, the right kind of trousers for his build, the essential outerwear to own, how to dress properly for an occasion, how to tie a tie, how to pack for a trip, grooming strategies, and much, much more. A compact and sophisticated accessory in its own right, Esquire The Handbook of Style will be the style bible for the well-dressed man for years to come.
GQ has become synonymous with style, but â€œto be GQâ€ is so much more than just being outwardly fashionable. It also means to be cultured, to have taste, to have panoramic interests. GQ Men captures the essence of what it means to look sharp and think smartâ€”the magazineâ€™s mantraâ€”by showcasing the men who embody the GQ spirit: from screen legends to young hot shots, musicians, political and social leaders, plus artists, athletes, and funnymen. Mining this iconic magazineâ€™s extensive photographic archives, GQ Men celebrates all the facets of the modern American manâ€”smart and stylish both inside and out. Introduction by Jim Nelson,gq editor in chief