Georges de Paris Spring Collection
Illustrations by Shino Arihara
President Bushs tailor yesterday pooh-poohed an Internet conspiracy theory that a boxy bulge visible between President Bushs shoulder blades during the first debate could have been some kind of prompting device. Georges de Paris, who made the suit worn by Bush, said the bulge was nothing more than a pucker along the jacket's back seam, accentuated when the president crossed his arms and leaned forward.Seattle Times, October 9, 2004
Le Klepto Double-breasted suit with bulges generously distributed throughout the pocket zones of jacket and slacks.
Le Content de vous voir Three-button, prep-styled suit with a trouser bulge that is discreet, yet impressive enough to leave no doubt in Miss Wests mind.
LAprès-midi dun faune Unvented two-button jacket with Continental styling. Tail bulge, coiled for streamlined look. Fedora with horn bulges, rakishly curved. Optional trouser bulge (Le Satyre model).
La Passion Outline of cross visible in jacket and seat of slacks. Padded armpits keep arms horizontal at all times watch the crowds part for you, as they do for Mel.
Le Tigre Three-piece suit in Harris tweed with long, elegant vertical line in each trouser leg. Bulges just above the cuffs. Select from iron-, wood-, or putter-shaped bulges.
Le Magnum .44 Because nothings quite as hot as a man whos packing heat.
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