"For me, a tuxedo is a way of life. When an invitation says black tie optional, it is always safer to wear black tie."
Frank Sinatra sat on a train, grinning from ear to ear. Behind him was a singing engagement; up ahead, a baseball stadium. Sinatra turned to his seatmate, positively beaming.
Stoli or excellent British gin, well-stirred or shaken on ice, with the tiniest drop of vermouth. Served in a cold glass and crowned by two olives.
First, there is something that we need to understand: Sinatra Style did not leave us in May, 1998. Sinatra Style is present tense. It is alive. It is available...
Even though saloons and elegant nightclubs no longer dominate, Sinatra's style is still very much alive in New York, New York.
Sean "Diddy" Combs demonstrates the art of "sophisticated celebration" in a new television ad for Ciroc Vodka. The ad campaign features Combs celebrating with friends as Frank Sinatra's renowned "Come Fly With Me" plays throughout.
Bill Zehme explores the artistry behind Sinatra's legendary powers of seduction.
Restaurant at Steve Wynn's Encore Hotel is the first one sanctioned by the Sinatra family to bear his name.
It may not be entirely accurate to say that clothes make the man, but any Sinatra fan knows that they can showcase the man in a pretty elegant wrapper. And any good wrap job, of course, needs a good bow on top-which is to say, the right hat.
"Fear is the enemy of logic. There is no more debilitating, crushing, self-defeating, sickening thing in the world - to an individual or to a nation."