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Clothing, Grooming, Etiquette
Learn the secrets of making a great first and lasting impression.
Former International Male Model and News Corp Colomnist, Paul Giles has written a book to help you exude the style and confidence of metrosexual men like David Beckham and Daniel Craig. For some 20 years Giles has worked as an international model for high-end advertising campaigns for the likes of Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss, DKNY, Ralph Lauren, Nike, Guess and Levi's. In Australia he has worked for Country Road, David Jones, Myer, Marcs and Morissey, SABA, Sportscraft and Adidas. Today he runs his own style agency from Adelaide.
Paul Giles - For some 20 years has worked as an International Model for high-end advertising campaigns. Photo courtesy P. Giles.
In conjunction with JoJo Publishing Paul Giles, will be launching his book The Gentlemen's Guide to Cool at SAGO Luxury, 268 Unley Road, Hyde Park at 5.45pm on 4 June 2015.
All are welcome to meet and hear Paul Giles talk about his experiences working among the top fashion labels around the world and learning some of the top tips of how to improve your appearance. As SAGO Luxury now stocks some of the world's most prestigious fashion labels in their store at Hyde Park, feel free to come in and browse.
The Gentleman's Guide To Cool is much more than just a book about clothes. It is grounded in a philosophy that says dressing well is about excellence, etiquette and character, and how taking pride in your appearance leads to good self esteem.
It covers the 12 essential pieces every man should have, to washing, storing and preparing your clothes to choosing the right colours and style for your body shape.
Giles said, "My philosophy is simple: if you know you have given something your absolute best you will have the confidence to do almost anything. Watching and learning as I worked among the top fashion labels in the world, I learned the importance of aesthetics and how colours, textures and patterns could be mixed, matched and incorporated into a complete look for billboards, television and magazine advertisements."