'Written by the good Hardy in 1964, but still holding its shape and force' -- Deirdre McQuillan, The Irish Times, 2007
`An idiosyncratic little hardback, with some great line drawings and period photographs, detailing all the style tips and technical terms any man-about-town needs to know. From Acrilan to Zips, a classic guide to classic style from one of Britain's most eminent traditional stylists' -- Gay Times, 2007
`An invaluable handbook of sartorial - and somehow moral - excellence'
-- Ben Schott, author of Schott's Original Miscellany
`Endearing little pocket-sized friend ... answers all the fashion questions one man could ever think of' -- The Herald, 2007
`More than an indispensable style guide, ABC of Men's Fashion is peppered with witticisms and acute cultural observations ... readers ...will be delighted by this sartorial guide to looking shipshape' -- GQ, 2007
About the Author
Sir Hardy Amies died in 2003, but his legacy and style continues under his protege Ian Garlant at Hardy Amies Plc. He opened his fashion house in 1945 and became Dressmaker by Appointment to Her Majesty The Queen. Famous for menswear and his keen eye for classic style, Amies had a regular fashion column in Esquire magazine.