If you have ever felt inappropriately dressed, or would simply like to raise your sartorial game, “The Perfect Gentleman: The Pursuit of Timeless Elegance and Style in London” ($60, 224 pages), to be published by Thames & Hudson on April 20th, is undoubtedly the book for you.Read More
While The Plaza has been the backdrop for many literary works and films, the hotel remains the real star.Read More
Being her own woman helped make Sophia Loren a great star.Read More
A great book for men who aspire to style – and the women who love them for it.Read More
In the 1940 movie “His Girl Friday” — Howard Hawks’ uproarious, gender-bending remake of the play “The Front Page” — reporter Hildy Johnson (Rosalind…Read More
When I was laid off from my last job, the bosses told me, “You’re a class act.” Now as we prepare this issue of Class Acts, I look back on that time and wonder: What does it mean to have class?Read More
When it came to class, Audrey Hepburn was in a class by herself.
The clipped, cultured voice, the dark, brimming features that had us at “Roman Holiday,” the sylph silhouette that could be elegant in casual Capri pants or Givenchy coutur