The book is a lively and informative study of Beaton’s style, which kept evolving over the decades, driving and reflecting the transitions in men’s fashion that followed the Second World War. Drawing on unpublished records and interviews with Beaton’s former tailors, Benjamin Wild delightfully scrutinizes Beaton’s approach to fashion as well as his influence on designers such as Dries von Noten.
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A 2016 hardback copy in good condition, with black and white and colour illustrations. Foreword by Tim Walker. Red cloth with white titles to spine and turquoise papers with photographs and white titles to board. There are some losses to the white lettering on the spine of the book.