Men’s Tailoring (c.1914)

BRADLEY, H(erbert) Dennis (1879-1934)

THE MAN OF TO-DAY

Published: London - Pope & Bradley

Date: c.1914

THE MAN OF TO-DAY London - Pope & Bradley (1914) 1st ed. (i), 2-127, (i). 8 full page colour plates, 30 full page black and white illustrations, 20 illustrations in text. Maroon cloth lettered in gilt and decorated in blind on upper board.

Note
A catalogue of men’s suits designed by the innovative and flamboyant London tailor H D Bradley. With a introduction by George Edgar looking at the history of men’s tailoring and describing how Bradley was breaking tradition by introducing colour into men’s clothing. With an afterward by Bradley highlighting the contemporary celebrities who endorsed his ideas and with articles by prominent writer, including George R Sims and Dion Clayton Calthrop, supporting his ideas.

Illustrated
Yes

Condition
Very good

Binding
Maroon cloth lettered in gilt and decorated in blind on upper board.

£135

Offered by Judith Mansfield Books