|Cary Grant, smooth operator, taught the world that there is no |
substitute for good tailoring, and that there is no better tailoring
than the kind found on Savile Row.
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|Al Pacino as Michael Corleon, gangster. An |
important lesson in personal style. If you
want to look important, dress important.
|Hugh Hefner - Playboy, the former Esquire |
editor epitomized mid-century swagger with
suits, skinny ties, and his ever-present pipe.
|Fred Astaire, “People think I was born in |
top hat and tail.” He could dance like no one
else, and he always looked really good at it.
|Al Capone, gangster this pinstripe suits, loved polka dots.|
He used clothing to express his larger than life personality.
|Sean Connery as James Bond, nobody made |
it look easier.
|Muhammad Ali, heavyweight champion of the world|
as much precision with his suiting as he did in the ring.