Kurt Vonnegut had a whole lot to say about the importance of human kindness. Also, he seemed to like wearing beige.
I’ve never had much luck reading Italo Calvino’s books, but I’ve always liked looking at his clothes.
This week marks the 100th anniversary of Beat author Jack Kerouac’s birth and, even after all this time, his clothing looks as great as ever.
Virginia Woolf is primarily celebrated as a writer, but her thoughts on clothing might be just as helpful to us as her literary achievements.
Hemingway’s wardrobe is as steeped in his self-created mythos as is the rest of his life. Read all about it here.