Those interested in the history of men’s fashion from 1900 through the present will enjoy the new mini edition of Cally Blackman’s 100 Years of Menswear. The book – over more than 380-pages – covers the variations and changes in menswear from the start of the 20th century through the modern designs of Yohji Yamamoto and Paul Smith. Step back in time to the days of top hats, suits and plus fours – when bespoke tailoring was the norm. The photography used for reference makes it worth the $18 cover price.
100 Years of Menswear breaks down various movements in men’s fashion throughout the years with focus on key garments that defined their eras respectively. The book is indeed a reference for all looking to freshen up on their history. Out now from Laurence King Publishing. Available from Amazon.