Graydon Carter, editor of Vanity Fair magazine and author of the introduction to the new Anderson & Sheppard book, threw a party at his Monkey Bar last night in honor of the book. Good journalist that I strive to be, I rarely made it more than six feet from the bar where there were two engaging ladies from Women's Wear Daily, but I did manage to hear that, contrary to the initial announcement made by one of the real estate brokers, the new A&S store on London's Clifford Street will not be offering ready to wear and made to measure tailored clothing but will instead focus on accessories. And, difficult though it may be to believe that a store can exist selling little more than upscale tee shirts and polos, this brought a sigh of relief to the men of my immediate acquaintance who had been concerned that made to measure would hurt the brand's image over time.
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Réginald-Jérôme de Mans
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