20. It’s ok, I’m going to lose 10 pounds.
19. This looks great. I can’t wait to have a cheaper tailor copy it.
18. Why is there a discount for cash?
17. Is there an upcharge for a three-breasted suit?
16. Don’t worry, it’s ok, I read Fred Astaire did this to all his new suits.
15. You really…
This is gold.
Emilia Clarke in WSJ is perfection ok
This is my favourite WSJ magazine cover.
A bobo apartment in Paris. (Photo from this weekend’s FT House & Home)
Platinum Rolex Day Date x Suit by Alexander Nash NYC.
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"Combining the patterns and colours is simply a question of getting a contrast. With a striped suit I wouldn’t wear a striped shirt. With a striped shirt I would wear a plain woven tie in a much deeper or brighter colour. The thing to keep in mind really is that the shirt, tie, and suit can’t look all the same in colour or scale of pattern, and, of course, not to be self-conscious about combination. The one thing that I am especially conscious of is combining ties and pocket handkerchiefs. I avoid matching them at all costs. The pocket handkerchief should be coloured and patterned, but not matching the tie. Better to have it related, or even entirely unrelated, so long as they don’t look wrong together."
— Douglas Fairbanks Jr., from an interview he did with Vogue in 1966. (via CrimsonSox)