Legendary Authors and the Clothes They Wore
Author: Terry Newman
Publisher: Harper Design
When she was at Radcliffe, Gertrude Stein always wore black and refused to wear a corset. Samuel Beckett liked Wallabee boots and Aran sweaters and settled on his hairstyle when he was 17. Edith Sitwell bought furnishing fabrics and had them made into dresses.
William Burroughs “branded himself” in a suit and tie. Zadie Smith is rarely photographed without her head wrap.