Anderson Sheppard Books

11 May

Anderson Sheppard Books

Since 1906, Anderson Sheppard have dressed some of the world’s most elegant and famous men, and a few daring women-for the first time, they open their doors to reveal the story behind a century of classic style, with photos from Cary Grant to Manolo Blahnik

Edited by Vanity Fair Graydon Carter and Cullen Murphy, with photographs by Jonathan Becker and Christopher Simon Sykes, paintings by the incomparable Paul Cox, and an elegant historical essay by David Kamp (The United States of Arugula), this privileged look at a best-kept fashion secret lays bare century-old traditions,Oakley Factory Outlet, tailor tricks, and painstakingly detailed craftsmanship, as well as showcasing Anderson Sheppard famous measure books and its wide range of exclusive cloths. This sumptuous edition is packed with stunning images of Anderson Sheppard distinctive cut being worn by the leading lights of stage, screen, high society, and literary and artistic life. Some photographs are vintage-such as Gary Cooper,Oakley Outlet, Cary Grant, Fred Astaire, Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Laurence Olivier, Alec Guinness, Noel Coward, Evelyn Waugh, and Marlene Dietrich. But the book also brims with specially commissioned portraits of today clients, including Ralph Fiennes, Liam Neeson, Bryan Ferry, Taki Theodoracopulos, Henry Koehler, Jay McInerney, Nicolas Roeg, and Manolo Blahnik. This beautiful volume is a rare glimpse of the very best of classic British tailoring.

“Really, you only need one fashion designer, but you need a lot of tailors,” Mr. Hitchcock said. Younger people have become more interested in apprenticing,Fake Oakleys For Cheap, he said, after learning that Alexander McQueen had started his career at the shop, which called to mind that story about a young McQueen writing a naughty message in the lining of a jacket destined for Prince Charles.
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