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I am Dandy: The Return of the Elegant Gentleman x The Last Tuesday Society, 21/09/13

   Next up for the dynamic duo of Rose Callahan and Natty Adams after the two successful carousels of tailoring and drink that were London’s launches for I am Dandy is a 9pm talk on the book and the topic tomorrow evening at The Last Tuesday Society’s The Orphanage Masked Ball tomorrow evening. It is held at The Adam Street Private Member’s Club off The Strand, London. Apparently, debauchery follows directly afterwards

   Rose and Natty have some previous form at this sort of thing from a year ago in their stomping grounds of New York City, and as I know them to be garrulous and possessed of an awareness that guides their work rather deftly, they should leave a few quotes, anecdotes and admissions to stick in the mind. Indeed, on Tuesday night’s Gieves & Hawkes signing party, it was Rose who summed up the labour of love that has taken her from her The Dandy Portraits blog to co-authoring its coffee table-bound evolution with a quote that encapsulates the personal ideals of at least some of the book’s subjects: “Beauty and elegance matter”

   It will be my first time at the LTS rodeo and I haven’t a mask to wear, other than what I let the world see. Still, if there’s dancing to be done, rest assured of one thing: I’m your Huckleberry

This entry was published on September 20, 2013 at 4:17 pm and is filed under article, dandyism, I am Dandy, menswear, party, the last tuesday society. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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