For the sartorially minded, you may have already heard the term "dandy". If not, I'll fill you in. Dandy was a term used widely in England in the late 20th Century, referring to men who considered themselves to be arbiters of culture, refinement, and wit. Many of Oscar Wilde's famous plays contained dandies, and Oscar Wilde himself is likely the most famous example of a dandy. This photo-centric book by Nathaniel Adams and Rose Callahan introduces you through photos to men around the world who personify the term of being a dandy.
Celebrating the art of dressing, these men aren't necessarily concerned with being fashionable or on trend, but rather curating a personal style and remaining dedicated to the glamour of style.
This is definitely not a book about fashion. This is a book about style. This is a book about self-expression. This is a book about the celebration of style and men who are committed to being dandy. Incredibly beautiful, with witty biographies of the subjects photographed, it's a great book to have or give for the sartorially minded man we all know.
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