Month: April 2012

Quiet Perfection and Sealed Lips – The Artistry of Anderson and Sheppard

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Quiet perfection and sealed lips has been the guiding mantra of Anderson and Sheppard, the Savile Row tailor to virtually every renowned dandy of the past one hundred years. Their style of cut, the quintessentially elegant English drape, “the natural look, the sloped shoulder, the limp silhouette,” has graced the backs of many a bon viveur from the dashing Rudolph Valentino to the debonair Cary Grant. It is a style, said Charles Bryant, a former […]