Tuesday, 1 December 2009
Permanent Style in the Financial Times
I'm delighted to say that this weekend's Financial Times featured a debut piece by Permanent Style. The article focused on the increasing tendency of men in London to go for bespoke shirts, given the little amount they wear their suit jackets during the day. It's something President Barack Obama has spearheaded with his ruling that jackets no longer had to be worn in the Oval Office.
For the full article, click here.
Here's to the business community in general taking its dress a little more seriously, and treating it with the dignity befitting to business.