eBook Gentleman's Guide to Grooming and Style download
by Bernhard Roetzel
Author: Bernhard Roetzel
Publisher: Barnes & Noble, Inc; 1st Edition edition (2000)
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Format Hardback 376 pages.
Bernhard Roetzel (born August 17, 1966 in Hannover) is a German author. He is known for writing Gentleman. A Timeless Guide to Fashion. A Timeless Guide to Fashion was first published in German in 1999, by the publishing house Koenemann
Bernhard Roetzel (born August 17, 1966 in Hannover) is a German author. A Timeless Guide to Fashion was first published in German in 1999, by the publishing house Koenemann.
Gentleman: A Timeless Guide to Fashion. This is more like an Eyewitness Guide/Encyclopedia Book or a Coffee Table book than a practical Guide to Grooming. It is full of journalistic fluff, museum pictures of old Barber Shop memorabilia, historical timelines, photos of men with extremely outlandish hairstyles, their bodies covered with tattoos, and very little that is useful or practical for the average man.
The newest book by Bernhard Roetzel is called Gentleman Lookbook. Instead of giving written instructions, Mr. Roetzel uses an international group of well dressed individuals to show the reader how others approach classic style. The book is divided in three main stylistic chapters: Business Wear, Weekend Country Style and Formal Wear. I found these names to be a bit vague yet appropriate – after all, life is pretty much divided to work, free time and occasional festivities. Text is only present to describe the origins of the garments and in the introductions of chapters.