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Fred Astaire
Fred Astaire

Exuding gentlemanly charm, Fred Astaire was not only a talented dancer (on stage and in films), actor, musician and choreographer, but also a suave style icon. 

Entertaining the masses on stage and on screen, his style was, and still is, admired by many. His signature top hat and tails look makes as much of a sophisticated style statement today as it did all those years ago.  Whether they were worn with a waistcoat or braces, a tie or a bow tie, this look was, and still is, always worn with panache.

Attention to detail was not missed by Astaire and he often accessorised, adding finer details to his look.  His formal attire was often complimented by a simple pocket square and a floral buttonhole, breaking up the expanse of his jacket with a flash of colour (albeit white most of the time)!  The accessory that made the biggest statement has to be the cane!  It was a popular way of embellishing an outfit whilst indicating wealth to others, although nobody managed to use it as successfully as a dance prop as the man himself.  Is a revival long overdue?

Fred Astaire - an instantly recognisable silhouette and the perfect example of the traditional gentleman.

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