VIDEO STYLE STANCE NO.7

MR. PATRICK GRANT

Plotted regally on his perch outside Norton&Sons stands Savile Row's most eligible beard. He is sporting an harmonious ensemble of grey and blues from his tailors (and I do mean his) Norton's (click) and the much vaunted E.Tautz (click) . Note, Grant deploys elegant 'blendy-matchy', as opposed to horrid 'matchy-matchy', even down to his scent . Now that what I call working a look. A veritable  walking washing instruction, Patrick highlights critical names of UK manufacturers and a most accurate breakdown of fabric content. Its just this attention to detail that is so sadly lacking these days. Take it away Patty..

MR.GRANTS STANCE

(Click on names for links)

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barneys-new-york-ties-e-tautz-solid-tie

-E.Tautz tie. In solid wool and slightly wider, they really are the best around at the mo'. Style fact. Barneys can't sell enough of 'em.

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-E.Tautz gingham shirt. A pretty self explanatory Dicky.

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Screen shot 2011-04-19 at 09.50.27

-John Lobb loafer. Some loafers, by John Lobb.

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-Bleu de Chanel. Still working on aromo-a-vision, but here's the link. Try the Scorsese film for a bit of drama, based on Patrick's daily commute. 'Be unexpected' (click), sometimes its the Piccadilly, sometimes the Victoria line.

This is what you signed up for style fans, yeah? Scott Shortman, I'm coming for you...

Stubbs out.