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Suave in Every Situation: A Rakish Style Guide for Men Hardcover – 30 Mar 2017
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"Being a modern man isn't easy; luckily, French style guide Suave in Every Situation has all the answers." --Metropolitan
"Filled with everything from genuine pearls of wisdom ('A gentleman is a role model. He is the mirror, reflecting the world as it should be-ruled by the heart'), to outrageous situational etiquette ('how to drink from a shoe with aplomb!'), Suave In Every Situation walks a fine line between being judgy, playful and even downright practical with advice that's delivered with an unquestionably French savoir faire." --Sartorial Life
"Rebels eschew the boring suits of a traditional hotel exec wardrobe. But, what should one wear to a BBQ or on election day? When is a turtleneck appropriate and can one adopt elements of a grunge look and still be considered a gentleman? This book's humorous - and, natch, stylish - take on all things sartorially smart contains the answers." --www.lemiami.com
About the Author
Gonzague Dupleix, a baby blue-eyed journalist, is Monsieur Style at GQ France. He concedes that Paris is the greatest of provincial cities.
Jean-Philippe Delhomme is a world-famous fashion illustrator. For years, he illustrated Glenn O Brien's "The Style Guy" column for GQ U.S. and he shares his critical genius each month in GQ France. He has contributed to numerous publications including W magazine, The Los Angeles Times, Zeit Magazin, The New Yorker, Vogue Paris, and Vogue Japan, and to several books including How to Be a Man (2011).
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