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Gentleman of Style Part III – Aly Khan’s Clothes and His Tragic Death

In Part I and Part II of our series on Prince Aly Khan, you learned a bit about his childhood, his passion for horses as well as women and his life. At the Gentleman’s Gazette, we always have a particular interest in clothes, and hence, we will show you how Aly Khan dressed before we cover his tragic death at the age of 48. Read more

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W. W. Chan – the Finest Bespoke Tailor from Hong Kong

Usually when people talk about bespoke suits, Europe, especially England, Italy and sometimes France are the first to come up in conversation. Some might mention the few bespoke tailors left in the US and then finally, last, but not least, Hong Kong is infamous among many tourists for its “bespoke” suits. For some reason, the former Crown Colony managed to establish itself as a bespoke destination. Read more

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Film: Gosford Park and the Clothes

Today, it is again time for a film review, and so we would like to present you Gosford Park by Robert Altman and Julian Fellowes. The film was nominated for 7 Oscars. It is an entertaining murder mystery Read more

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Plaid & Chalk Stripe Spring Suits Apparel Arts 1936

After we recently covered the tennis sweater and a number of other spring outfits, we want to continue today with an Apparel Arts illustration from 1936, featuring three gentlemen in rather unusual and noteworthy spring suits. Read more