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Beau Brummell by Virginia Woolf
Beau Brummell by Hubert Cole
Beau Brummell and his times, by Roger Boutet de Monvel
Beau Brummell. A biographical study by Kathleen Campbell
Beau Brummell: His Life and Times by Carlo Maria Franzero
Beau Brummell: The Ultimate Man of Style by Ian Kelly
Beau Brummell: This Charming Man [2006 TV movie] by Philippa Lowthorpe
THE BEAUX OF THE REGENCY by Lewis Melville
Blood royal: The illustrious House of Hanover by Christopher Sinclair-Stevenson
The Bloodied Cravat by Rosemary Stevens
Courtesans: Money, Sex and Fame in the Nineteenth Century by Katie Hickman
The Dandy: Brummell to Beerbohm by Ellen Moers
Dandyism by Jules Barbey D'Aurevilly
Death on a Silver Tray by Rosemary Stevens
Don't Tempt Me by Loretta Chase
An Elegant Madness: High Society in Regency England by Venetia Murray
Escapade by Kasey Michaels
Etiquette by Emily Post
The Grand Tour, or, The Purloined Coronation Regalia by Patricia C. Wrede
How To Tame a Lady by Kasey Michaels
The life of Beau Brummell by William Jesse
London clubs: their history and treasures by Ralph Nevill
Magicians of Quality by Patricia C. Wrede
Murder in the Pleasure Gardens by Rosemary Stevens
Our Tempestuous Day: A History of Regency England by Carolly Erickson
Regency Buck by Georgette Heyer
The Reign of Beau Brummell by Willard Connely
Rifling Through My Drawers by Clarissa Dickson Wright
The Sartorialist by Cecilia Ryan
The Secrets of the Heart by Kasey Michaels
The Shadow of Albion by Andre Norton
Some Enchanted Evening by Christina Dodd
The Tainted Snuff Box by Rosemary Stevens
Talk of the Town by Joan Smith
Who's a Dandy? Dandyism and Beau Brummell by George Walden
The Wits and Beaux of Society by Grace and Philip Warton

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George Bryan Brummell (1778-1840), known as "Beau" Brummell, set the elegant styles and fashions for men in Regency England as a member of the social circle around George, The Prince Regent (the future King George IV). He is credited with establishing the mode of men wearing fitted, beautifully cut suits in understated colors, worn with elaborately-knotted cravats. His name became a byword for dandyism in dressing.

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