Bob Dylan

Because he always stood behind the Wayfarers.

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The Bow Tie

A touch of humour and elegance.Image

Gary Cooper

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Gene Kelly

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Thom Browne

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The Sartorialist

Winston Churchill

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Because he reminded us that a man should wear a bow tie.

The Neckerchief

An extra touch of colour for your wardrobe.

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Cary Grant

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And again..

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And a modern Hermes

Anthony Eden

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Because he taught us that the neckerchief is the perfect spring accessory.

The Collar Pin

A Sartorial Necessity:

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Shirts with pre-sewn collar pin eyelets.

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Even Mad Men have caught on…

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WANT Les Essentials Collar Pins

James Bond

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Because nothing suits a man better than a three piece suit.

Steve McQueen

What can we learn from Steve McQueen?  Just about everything about being a well dressed bad ass, which, let’s face it, is all any man wants to be.

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Simple, fitted clothes will never go out of fashion.

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Get yourself a pair of desert boots; they’re good for everything.

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Sweaters and blazers should not be mutually exclusive.

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If you’re going to wear a dinner jacket, it better fit well.

Serge Gainsbourg

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Find your own style that works for you and you may just find your own Jane Birkin…or Brigitte Bardot.

Frank Sinatra

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“Cock your hat – angles are attitudes.”

You cannot be the leader of the Rat Pack without a collar pin (and not a clipped one).  Get a nice collar pin and some shirts with pre-sewn eyelets.

Beau Brummel

As the pioneer of the modern suit, Brummel taught us that less is more, and that we must carefully dress to look as if we are not carefully dressed.

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