" - the books launch (held earlier this month), was a shimmering spectacle, taking over all four floors of the Ralph Lauren flagship store on New Bond Street"This book celebrates fine manners, tradition, style and etiquette in the 21st century. Readers young and old will relate to detailed narrative on the world’s finest creators, designers and brands, and all this at a time when nostalgia for classic beauty is enjoying a lively revival in London fashion. With “The Great Gatsby” set for world domination this year, and with city-dwelling gentlemen increasingly plumping for bespoke fashion, “Quintessentially Gentleman’s”’ insight is more than timely. From Ralph Lauren to Ted Baker, from Alfred Dunhill to Henry Poole & Co and Links of London to Murdock London, this beautifully bound book (the cover is a work of art in itself) draws you into a world where style, manners and ‘the art of being a gentleman’ are of utmost important. Will Sutton, Quintessentially Publishing’s Products and Sales manager, glowed with enthusiasm when talking about the finished product; “The design is impeccable, the editorial a treat; this is a real sartorial journey in print!" In true Gatsby style, then, the books launch (held earlier this month), was a shimmering spectacle, taking over all four floors of the Ralph Lauren flagship store on New Bond Street. Jazz music set the tone while the conversation flowed - not to mention the champagne - as guests were treated to an evening that paid homage to gentlemen’s etiquette and style in all its glory. Beau Cleveland-Copeman Quintessentially Gentleman can be ordered here.
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Style Advice: Introducing Quintessentially Gentleman
Published on 3rd May 2013
When a gentleman walks into a room, he carries his life experiences with him. The years have shaped his tastes and influenced his likes and dislikes, lending this gent an air of enviable self-assurance. He doesn’t follow trends, he sets them. Preferring to stick to his own timeless style, his inspiration comes from within, and every now and then, from the pages of a beautifully bound manual of sartorial aesthetics. Cue - the beautifully bound book later found on his dining room table – “Quintessentially Gentleman”.