Gay Gaddis, the Founder and CEO of T3, the technology fueled creative agency, with offices in Austin, San Francisco, and New York featured Clifton Charles in a recent article in Forbes.com discussing our current growth and success over the past 5 years.
Below is an excerpt of the article. You can view the full article here: http://www.forbes.com/sites/gaygaddis/2013/07/29/do-you-measure-up/?utm_source=followingimmediate&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20130729
Artist/Rebel/Dandy: Beau Brummell
Beau Brummell has been a fashion icon since the late 1700’s.
He brought a new sense of style and flair to the men’s fashion world during his time. Brummell was born into a middle-class family in London, England but managed to elevate his status into Regency-era circles purely from his dressed and comportment.
Beau, much as we do at Clifton Charles, believed in perfectly fitted clothing combined with luxurious fabrics and attention to detail. Though taking as long as five hours to get ready, as Beau Brummell is purported to have taken, isn’t practical in today’s world, yet careful attention to your dress carry you far as well.
This past weekend our very own Clifton Berry visited The Museum of Art at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) to attend the new exhibit “Artist/Rebel/Dandy: Men of Fashion” which featured the last surviving image of George Bryan “Beau Brummell.”
The Clifton Charles team would like for more men to aspire to the aesthetics of Beau Brummell. Nothing is more powerful or impressive to witness than a man in a well-fitted suit or shirt. The importance of grooming and dress cannot be understated as part of one’s personal and professional arsenal. Dressing well is more than just a fashion statement, it is a way of life.
Read The Wall Street Journal’s article on the exhibit: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323372504578469172310279966.html