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  • I happened across her sculptures, which she calls Sartorial Creatures, at Paxton Gate, a gallery in the Mission district of San Francisco, and was so charmed by their macabre whimsy that I wrote to Monique and asked her if I could bring them alive in A Dirty Job.

    A Dirty Job HTML

  • Sartorial bespoke and a young cosmopolitan woman -- how does it work?

    Julie Vacca: Sartorial Bespoke

  • Sartorial suggestions for the ladies include St Tropez-era Bardot and southern belle, or Miami Vice, Our Man In Havana and surf's up for the gentlemen.

    Clubs picks of the week

  • Sartorial trends give this sector a self-imposed shelf life; new products are turned out seasonally, with a production timeline of eight to 12 months for mass-produced clothes.

    As euro falls, American consumers watch for deals

  • The difference between the two meant a striped linen jacket and a silk blouse didn't make the cut from the new collection, whose motto -- "Sensual, Sartorial, Sicilian" -- marks a return to the brand's roots.

    Keeping It Masculine

  • Editor's Notebook: Festive Dressing Sartorial must-haves for holiday partying in style.

    Making Merry

  • Sartorial must-haves for holiday partying in style.

    Making Merry

  • Sartorial horrors aside (shark pants?), it's not difficult to imagine how hard it would be to keep your cool when married to a man constantly pawed, fawned over, and treated as a god.

    Privacy, a Forgotten Virtue

  • Sartorial stress is creeping into other outposts of the Caring empire.

    Dressing for the end of the world

  • Sartorial moment of the night - Brian Taylor's simply awesome tie and braces combo.

    A little death for Labour, 'le petite morte' for SNP


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  • Sartorial:

    relating to the making of clothes, usually men's clothes, or to a way of dressing

    September 16, 2009