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Beatles Colored Panels Early Days London Stroll Image T-Shirt


Beatles Colored Panels Early Days London Stroll Image T-Shirt


$19.29


Multi Colored Fence Photo Blocks With Black & White Band Members Walking & Wearing Suits & Ties Under Slanted Logo - Most T-Shirts Are 100% Cotton, Preshrunk And Machine Washable.

Beatles Colored Panels Early Days London Stroll Image T-Shirt


Beatles Colored Panels Early Days London Stroll Image T-Shirt


$17.95


Multi Colored Fence Photo Blocks With Black & White Band Members Walking & Wearing Suits & Ties Under Slanted Logo - Most T-Shirts Are 100% Cotton, Preshrunk And Machine Washable.

Beau Brummell: The Ultimate Man of Style


Beau Brummell: The Ultimate Man of Style


$1.99


If people turn to look at you in the street, you are not well dressed, but either too stiff, too tight, or too fashionable."- Beau BrummellLong before tabloids and television, Beau Brummell was the first person famous for being famous, the male socialite of his time, the first metrosexual - 200 years before the word was conceived. His name has become synonymous with wit, profligacy, fine tailoring, and fashion. A style pundit, Brummell was singly responsible for changing forever the way men dress - inventing, in effect, the suit. Brummell cut a dramatic swath through British society, from his early years as a favorite of the Prince of Wales and an arbiter of taste in the Age of Elegance, to his precipitous fall into poverty, incarceration, and madness. Brummell created the blueprint for celebrity crash and burn, falling dramatically out of favor and spending his last years in a hellish asylum. For nearly two decades, Brummell ruled over the tastes and pursuits of the well heeled and influential, and for almost as long, lived in penury and exile. With vivid prose, critically acclaimed biographer Ian Kelly unlocks the glittering, turbulent world of late-eighteenth/early-nineteenth-century London - the first truly modern metropolis: venal, fashion-and-celebrity obsessed, self-centered and self-doubting - through the life of one of its greatest heroes and most tragic victims. Brummell personified London's West End, where a new style of masculinity and modern men's fashion were first defined. Brummell was the leading Casanova and elusive bachelor of his time, appealing to both men and women of his society. The man Lord Byron once claimed was more important than Napoleon, Brummell was the ultimate cosmopolitan man. "Toyboy" to Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, and leader of playboys including the eventual king of England, Brummell inspired Pushkin to write Eugene Onegin, and Byron to write Don Juan, and he influenced

Bones in London


Bones in London


$6.99


There was a slump in the shipping market, and men who were otherwise decent citizens wailed for one hour of glorious war, when Kenyon LineDeferred had stood at 88 1/2, and even so poor an organization asSiddons Steam Packets Line had been marketable at 3 3/8.Two bareheaded men came down the busy street, their hands thrust into their trousers pockets, their sleek, well-oiled heads bent in dejection. No word they spoke, keeping step with the stern precision of soldiers. Together they wheeled through the open doors of the Commercial Trust Building, together they left-turned into the elevator, and simultaneously raised their heads to examine its roof, as though in its panelled ceiling was concealed some Delphic oracle who would answer the riddle which circumstances had set them. They dropped their heads together and stood with sad eyes, regarding the attendant's leisurely unlatching of the gate. They slipped forth and walked in single file to a suite of offices inscribed "Pole Brothers, Brokers," and, beneath, "The United Merchant Shippers' Corporation," and passed through a door which, in addition to this declaration, bore the footnote "Private."Here the file divided, one going to one side of a vast pedestal desk and one to the other. Still with their hands pushed deep into their pockets, they sank, almost as at a word of command, each into his cushioned chair, and stared at one another across the table. They were stout young men of the middle thirties, clean-shaven and ruddy. They had served their country in the late War, and had made many sacrifices to the common cause. One had worn uniform and one had not. Joe had occupied some mysterious office which permitted and, indeed, enjoined upon him the wearing of the insignia of captain, but had forbidden him to leave his native land. The other had earned a little decoration with a very big title as a buyer of boots for Allied nations. Both had subscribed largely to War Stock, and a reminder of

Cologne by Giorgio Armani for Men - 2.6 oz Deodorant Stick


Cologne by Giorgio Armani for Men - 2.6 oz Deodorant Stick


$20.47


Fragrance Description: Born in Piacenza, Italy in 1934, Giorgio Armani is one of the most celebrated and influential designers Italy has ever produced. But it was only by chance that he broke into the fashion industry in the Sixties, after brief forays into medicine (having studied at Milan University) and photography. Following his military service, Armani launched his career as a window dresser at a large Milanese department store, called La Rinascente. He later revealed that he developed his classic style during this time, following frequent trips to the UK. England was virtually the most important centre for inspiration, he says. When I was working for Il Rinascente we used to travel to London for the influences, to see the shops, to learn. I remember seeing some yellow cardigans in a small boutique and bringing them to Il Rinascente and everyone thought I was insane. Yellow cardigans were what the Duke of Windsor was about, they were not something for the average man. Today, the Armani empire comprises some 2,000 emporia world-wide with annual sales of more than $1 billion. His catwalk shows often draw a distinguished crowd when he was forced to show in New York in March 1998, after Paris police closed down his black marquee over Place Saint Sulpice claiming that the set-up was unsafe, Robert de Niro, Spike Lee, Mark Wahlberg, Martin Scorsese, Sophia Loren and Wyclef Jean of The Fugees all came to watch. Nonetheless Armani claims to base his vision on the everyday people in the street, believing that clothes should be made to be worn not just seen and drawing on the skills he learned as a menswear designer to produce contemporary clothes for women. The wide-shouldered power suit that was a trademark in the Eighties has been softened into a more supple, practical silhouette and Armani's collections these days are elegant and understated (the designer has often expressed a dislike of important clothes).In 2000, Forbes declared Giorgio Armani to be the world's

Fashion House


Fashion House


$15.98


A collection of beautifully illustrated interiors celebrating fashionable people in their inspirational, eclectic, fun, and always extraordinary habitats. Within the sumptuously illustrated pages of this book, you will find every extravagant interior you?ve ever dreamed of. Fancy a Manhattan suite? A grand estate of one of London?s men-about-town? A vintage Parisian loft? Get the look of the Valentino room, complete with red velvet drapes and hints of gold, the French teahouse, with pistachio-colored walls and gilded mirrors, or the distinguished lobby, quietly confident in purple hues with a black chandelier. Fashion House celebrates some of the most decadent and indulgent interiors from around the world and the icons, past and present, who inhabit them. Discover the type of furniture they choose, the style of clothes they wear, and how they style a space. Learn the benefits of the eclectic chair, the portrait piece, the striking rug, the signature wallpaper, and the resident pet. Combining her love of fashion and interior design with her signature illustrations, Megan Hess has created a book of undeniable style sure to be adored.

Florsheim Lawrence - Men's


Florsheim Lawrence - Men's


$160


Business savvy and special occasion call for an appropriate shoe, the Lawrence fits the profile. With a blucher cut design and cap-toe finish, this oxford is a story of simple distinction. The polished leather sole is flexible and cushioned footbed add comfort where it counts. Perfectly suited with pinstripes for your next business trip to London.

From Head to Toe: Bound Feet, Bathing Suits, and Other Bizarre and Beautiful Things


From Head to Toe: Bound Feet, Bathing Suits, and Other Bizarre and Beautiful Things


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Did you know that: in some parts of sixteenth-century Europe, men wore their beards so long that they had to wrap the ends around their waists like a belt to be able to walk? the high heel shoe caught on because it was the perfect solution to the problem of hopelessly muddy and waste-filled streets in cities like London and Paris? women have, at various times, used soot, ground ants' eggs, beet juice, and poisonous lead as makeup?Throughout history we have bound our feet until they broke, piled our necks with jewelry until our chests collapsed, cinched our waists in corsets until we couldn't breathe. Why do we do these things to ourselves?From Head to Toe travels across thousands of years and through countless cultures and countries to explore the story of fashion in its weirdest, wildest, and most wonderful forms. Whimsical illustrations, sidebars, "quick hit" margin quips, and a useful index round out this fun-filled tour of fashion history. About the Author: Janice Weaver has been working with books all her life - first as an editor, and now as a writer. Her first book, Building America, allowed her to pursue a life-long love of architecture. In From Head to Toe, she indulges her passion for outlandish fashion trends, though she herself wears comfortable, sensible shoes. Janice Weaver lives in Toronto. Francis Blake has been an illustrator for as long as he can remember and his artwork appears in magazines, books, and advertising campaigns across North America, Europe, and the Far East. His original paintings and drawings are in private collections as far apart asMelbourne, Toronto, and Wigan. Francis Blake lives in London, England with an increasingly demanding and occasionally very bad-tempered cat called Sufi.

Indian People Executed Abroad: Udham Singh, Virendranath Chattopadhyaya, Abani Mukherji, Gonsalo Garcia


Indian People Executed Abroad: Udham Singh, Virendranath Chattopadhyaya, Abani Mukherji, Gonsalo Garcia


$9.53


Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Udham Singh was a Sikh Indian independence activist, best known for assassinating Michael O'Dwyer in March 1940 in what has been described as an avenging of the Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre. Singh was also known as Ram Mohammed Singh Azad, symbolizing the unification of the three major religions of India: Hinduism, Islam and Sikhism. Singh is considered one of the best-known of the more extremist revolutionaries of the Indian freedom struggle; he is also sometimes referred to as Shaheed-i-Azam Sardar Udham Singh (the expression "Shaheed-i-Azam," Urdu: , means "the great martyr"). Bhagat Singh and Udham Singh along with Chandrasekhar Azad, Rajguru and Sukhdev, were the more famous names out of scores of young firebrand "freedom fighters" in the early part of 20th-century India. These young men believed their motherland would win her freedom only through the forceful removal of the British rulers. For their strong belief in the use of violent means to achieve India's freedom, a nervous England labelled these men as "India's earliest Marxists/Bolsheviks". In 1940, almost 21 years after the Amritsar Massacre of 1919 in Punjab province of India, Singh shot the unsuspecting 76 years old Michael O'Dwyer while he was attending a lecture meet at Caxton Hall in London. O'Dwyer had been Governor of the Punjab in 1919, when Colonel Reginald Edward Harry Dyer ordered British troops to fire on unarmed Indian protesters, who included many Sikhs. Sher Singh was born in Sunam (now Sunam Udham Singh Wala) in the Sangrur district of Punjab suited in the Malwa area to a farming family headed by Sardar Tehal Singh (known as Chuhar Singh before taking the Amrit). Sardar Tehal Singh was at that time working as a watchman on a railway crossing in the neighbouring vil. More:

Little Lady of the Big House


Little Lady of the Big House


$30.14


The Little Lady of the Big House (1915) is a novel by American writer Jack London. Biographer Clarice Stasz states that it is "not autobiography," but speaks of his "frank borrowing from his life with Charmian" and says it is "psychologically valid as a mirror of events during winter. The story concerns a love triangle. The protagonist, Dick Forrest, is a rancher with a poetic streak (his "acorn song" recalls London's play, "The Acorn Planters."). His wife, Paula, is a vivacious, athletic, and sexually self-aware woman (in one scene, she rides a stallion into a "swimming tank," emerging in "a white silken slip of a bathing suit that molded to her form like a marble-carven veiling of drapery.") Paula, like Charmian, is subject to insomnia; and Paula, like Charmian, is unable to bear children. Based on a reading of Charmian's diary, Stasz identifies the third vertex of the triangle, Evan Graham, with two real-life men named Laurie Smith and Allan Dunn. Even minor characters can be identified; Forrest's servant Oh My resembles London's valet Nakata. The long-bearded hobo philosopher Aaron Hancock resembles the real-lifelong-bearded hobo philosopher Frank Strawn-Hamilton, who was a long-term guest at the London ranch. Sculptor Haakan Frolich makes an appearance as "the sculptor Froelig" - and painter Xavier Martinez appears as the character "Xavier Martinez!"London said of this novel: "It is all sex from start to finish - in which no sexual adventure is actually achieved or comes within a million miles of being achieved, and in which, nevertheless, is all the guts of sex, coupled with strength." One reviewer disparaged the novel's "erotomania.

London Cut: Savile Row Bespoke Tailoring


London Cut: Savile Row Bespoke Tailoring


$89.85


Creators of unique bespoke suits for exceptional men and women, the master tailors of Savile Row have dressed the famous and infamous from all over the world, satisfying demand for the Row's touch of elegance and eccentricity. Icons of Savile Row's past include: Admiral Lord Nelson, the Duke of Windsor, Sir Winston Churchill, Fred Astaire, Cary Grant, and John Lennon. Costumers today demonstrate the Row's spectacular diversity: the Princes William and Harry, Mick Jagger, David Beckham, Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise and Pete Doherty, to name a few. The book, written by James Sherwood is a portrait of modern Savile Row, and contains detailed information on London's premier tailors, including images of Savile Row past and present. It presents both the style and story of a street that continues to inspire fashion: Ralph Lauren, Gianni Versace, Calvin Klein, and Tom Ford have all walked the Row while Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen were trained there.

Market Forces


Market Forces


$15.72


From the award-winning author of Altered Carbon and Broken Angels-a turbocharged new thriller set in a world where killers are stars, media is mass entertainment, and freedom is a dangerous proposition. A coup in Cambodia. Guns to Guatemala. For the men and women of Shorn Associates, opportunity is calling. In the superheated global village of the near future, big money is made by finding the right little war and supporting one side against the other-in exchange for a share of the spoils. To succeed, Shorn uses a new kind of corporate gladiator: sharp-suited, hard-driving gunslingers who operate armored vehicles and follow a Samurai code. And Chris Faulkner is just the man for the job. He fought his way out of London's zone of destitution. And his kills are making him famous. But unlike his best friend and competitor at Shorn, Faulkner has a side that outsiders cannot see: the side his wife is trying to salvage, that another woman-a porn star turned TV news reporter-is trying to exploit. Steeped in blood, eyed by common criminals looking for a shot at fame, Faulkner is living on borrowed time. Until he's given one last shot at getting out alive. .

Market Forces


Market Forces


$11.99


From the award-winning author of Altered Carbon and Broken Angels-a turbocharged new thriller set in a world where killers are stars, media is mass entertainment, and freedom is a dangerous proposition. A coup in Cambodia. Guns to Guatemala. For the men and women of Shorn Associates, opportunity is calling. In the superheated global village of the near future, big money is made by finding the right little war and supporting one side against the other-in exchange for a share of the spoils. To succeed, Shorn uses a new kind of corporate gladiator: sharp-suited, hard-driving gunslingers who operate armored vehicles and follow a Samurai code. And Chris Faulkner is just the man for the job. He fought his way out of London's zone of destitution. And his kills are making him famous. But unlike his best friend and competitor at Shorn, Faulkner has a side that outsiders cannot see: the side his wife is trying to salvage, that another woman-a porn star turned TV news reporter-is trying to exploit. Steeped in blood, eyed by common criminals looking for a shot at fame, Faulkner is living on borrowed time. Until he's given one last shot at getting out alive. .

Market Forces


Market Forces


$14.95


From the award-winning author of Altered Carbon and Broken Angels-a turbocharged new thriller set in a world where killers are stars, media is mass entertainment, and freedom is a dangerous proposition. A coup in Cambodia. Guns to Guatemala. For the men and women of Shorn Associates, opportunity is calling. In the superheated global village of the near future, big money is made by finding the right little war and supporting one side against the other-in exchange for a share of the spoils. To succeed, Shorn uses a new kind of corporate gladiator: sharp-suited, hard-driving gunslingers who operate armored vehicles and follow a Samurai code. And Chris Faulkner is just the man for the job. He fought his way out of London's zone of destitution. And his kills are making him famous. But unlike his best friend and competitor at Shorn, Faulkner has a side that outsiders cannot see: the side his wife is trying to salvage, that another woman-a porn star turned TV news reporter-is trying to exploit. Steeped in blood, eyed by common criminals looking for a shot at fame, Faulkner is living on borrowed time. Until he's given one last shot at getting out alive. .

People From Sangrur: Udham Singh, Saeed Jaffrey, Subhash Ghai, Manjit Bawa, Begum Aizaz Rasul, Amritpal Singh, Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa


People From Sangrur: Udham Singh, Saeed Jaffrey, Subhash Ghai, Manjit Bawa, Begum Aizaz Rasul, Amritpal Singh, Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa


$10.28


Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Udham Singh was a Sikh Indian independence activist, best known for assassinating Michael O'Dwyer in March 1940 in what has been described as an avenging of the Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre. Singh was also known as Ram Mohammed Singh Azad, symbolizing the unification of the three major religions of India: Hinduism, Islam and Sikhism. Singh is considered one of the best-known of the more extremist revolutionaries of the Indian freedom struggle; he is also sometimes referred to as Shaheed-i-Azam Sardar Udham Singh (the expression "Shaheed-i-Azam," Urdu: , means "the great martyr"). Bhagat Singh and Udham Singh along with Chandrasekhar Azad, Rajguru and Sukhdev, were the more famous names out of scores of young firebrand "freedom fighters" in the early part of 20th-century India. These young men believed their motherland would win her freedom only through the forceful removal of the British rulers. For their strong belief in the use of violent means to achieve India's freedom, a nervous England labelled these men as "India's earliest Marxists/Bolsheviks". In 1940, almost 21 years after the Amritsar Massacre of 1919 in Punjab province of India, Singh shot the unsuspecting 76 years old Michael O'Dwyer while he was attending a lecture meet at Caxton Hall in London. O'Dwyer had been Governor of the Punjab in 1919, when Colonel Reginald Edward Harry Dyer ordered British troops to fire on unarmed Indian protesters, who included many Sikhs. Sher Singh was born in Sunam (now Sunam Udham Singh Wala) in the Sangrur district of Punjab suited in the Malwa area to a farming family headed by Sardar Tehal Singh (known as Chuhar Singh before taking the Amrit). Sardar Tehal Singh was at that time working as a watchman on a railway crossing in the neighbouring vil. More:

Suit Yourself


Suit Yourself


$3.99


Susan Mac Nicol, NOOK Book (eBook),Series: Men of London, English-language edition, Pub by Boroughs Publishing Group on 05-21-2015

Tales of Mean Streets


Tales of Mean Streets


$14.99


It was considered an intrepid thing for Walter Besant to do when, twelve or thirteen years ago, he invaded the great East End of London and drew upon its unknown wealth of varied material to people that most charming novel, "All Sorts and Conditions of Men." Until then the West End knew little of its contiguous neighbor in the East. Dickens's kaleidoscopic views of low life in the South of London were manifestly caricatures of the slum specimens of human nature which he purposely sought and often distorted to suit his bizarre humor. Mr. Besant may be fairly considered as the pioneer of those who have since descended to the great unchartered region of East London, about which, so far as our knowledge of the existing conditions of human life in that community are concerned, we remained until, as it were yesterday, almost as ignorant as of the undiscovered territories in Central Africa. Contemporaneous with Mr. Besant's "discovery" of East London began the eastward march of the Salvation Army, which has since honeycombed this quarter of the metropolis with its militant camps. Gradually the barriers were thrown down, and the East has become accessible to literature and to civilization as it never had been to the various Charity and Church missionary organizations.

The Mystery of the Four Fingers


The Mystery of the Four Fingers


$39.28


THE BLACK PATCHConsidering it was nearly the height of the London winter season, the Great Empire Hotel was not unusually crowded. This might perhaps have been owing to the fact that two or three of the finest suites of rooms in the building had been engaged by Mark Fenwick, who was popularly supposed to be the last thing in the way of American multi-millionaires. No one knew precisely who Fenwick was, or how he had made his money; but during the last few months his name had bulked largely in the financial Press and the daily periodicals of a sensational character. So far, the man had hardly been seen, it being understood that he was suffering from a chill, contracted on his voyage to Europe. Up to the present moment he had taken all his meals in his rooms, but it was whispered now that the great man was coming down to dinner. There was quite a flutter of excitement in the Venetian dining-room about eight o'clock. The beautifully decorated saloon had a sprinkling of well-dressed men and women already dining decorously there. Everything was decorous about the Great Empire Hotel. No thought had been spared in the effort to keep the place quiet and select. The carpets were extra thick, and the waiters more than usually soft-footed. On the whole, it was a restful place, though, perhaps, the decorative scheme of its lighting erred just a trifle on the side of the sombre. Still, flowers and ferns were soft and feathery.

True Season of Love


True Season of Love


$3.99


It's a ground rule that guests never remove their masks at Lelouche's masquerade and charity ball in London. There's an aura of mystery and excitement when two beautiful African-American sisters living in Paris are purchased by the highest bidder-all in the name of charity. When they are invited to a private suite to dine, Connie and Olivia Moreno discover the highest bidder has brought a friend. And so begins a night of being wooed by masked strangers. Often described by others as fire and ice, the sisters forge relationships with the men they meet that night. Quiet and reserved, twenty-four-year-old Olivia, a medical journal editor, falls for Ptolemy Verenis, a dynamic and gregarious Greek maverick living in Paris. Even though Olivia and Ptolemy hail from different cultural backgrounds, they bond because of trauma experienced in the past. But these secrets from their past threaten to destroy their relationship. As Olivia and Ptolemy struggle with their secrets, envy, insecurities, and interference by family members, they wonder if they will ever find love and acceptance and be able to build a life together in True Seasons of Love.

Una fortuna peligrosa/ A Dangerous Fortune


Una fortuna peligrosa/ A Dangerous Fortune


$14.98


Una fortuna peligrosa es un juego de pasiones encontradas llevado con br?o y penetraci?n, as? como una aguda recreaci?n de los esplendores y miserias de las altas finanzas. Una obra llamada a sorprender a los admiradores de ese gran novelista que es Ken Follet. La riqueza de los Pilaster se basaba en el banco de la familia, una de las m?s s?lidas y respetables instituciones financieras del Londres victoriano. En torno al consejo de administraci?n, que preside el anciano Seth Pilaster, giran las ambiciones de la familia, sobre todo las de Augusta, su maliciosa nuera, y las de Hugh, nieto de Seth. Augusta, junto a su falta de escr?pulos, cuenta con la alianza de Miguel Miranda, v?stago de una brutal familia de caciques sudamericanos que desea contar con el apoyo del banco para sus proyectos de dominio. La lucha entre la perfidia de Augusta y la tradici?n de honradez de Hugh marcar? durante treinta a?os los destinos delbanco. Rese?a:?Un modelo perfecto de construcci?n de intriga, con una fenomenal progresi?n dram?tica. The New York TimesENGLISH DESCRIPTIONIn 1866, tragedy strikes the exclusive Windfield School when a young student drowns in a mysterious accident. His death and its aftermath initiate a spiraling circle of treachery that will span three decades and entwine many lives. From the exclusive men?s clubs and brothels that cater to every dark desire of London?s upper class to the dazzling ballrooms and mahogany-paneled suites of the manipulators of the world?s wealth, one family is splintered by a shared legacy. But greed, fed by the shocking truth of a boy?s death, must be stopped, or the dreams of a nation will die.

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