"Always read something that will make you look good if you die in the middle of it.” – P.J. O’Rourke

The Senior Column

Issue 7 - 11th May, 2020

Head to "Articles" above for more appetite filling efforts.  The Column here is like my bottom-drawer or filing cabinet containing often featuring my own inspiration and general internet finds.  Hopefully some of these might one day be expanded into articles, when time allows, but until then they're stored here.  Go on have a snoop around whilst I'm taking too long getting some wine from the cellar or fixing you a Dukes Martini of an article.

August, 2019

Entering the world of F.E. Castleberry is like going through a door into a Guggenheim of Good Taste. Fred is a natural curator. His louchely-preppy style a relaxed disguise for someone so studiously bookish in his discovery of source material and in the time and passion invested in creating his own unique aesthetic. Browsing his collection is like reading the pages of Glenn O’Brien — simple words assembled together to create great wisdom. It makes me want to steal a great artwork if only to order a new wardrobe.

A String of Naked

August, 2019

Entering the world of F.E. Castleberry is like going through a door into a Guggenheim of Good Taste.  Fred is a natural curator.  His louchely-preppy style a relaxed disguise for someone so studiously bookish in his discovery of source material and in the time and passion invested in creating his own unique aesthetic.  Browsing his collection is like reading the pages of Glenn O’Brien — simple words assembled together to create great wisdom.  It makes me want to steal a great artwork if only to order a new wardrobe.

Oswald's

August, 2019

Entering the world of F.E. Castleberry is like going through a door into a Guggenheim of Good Taste.  Fred is a natural curator.  His louchely-preppy style a relaxed disguise for someone so studiously bookish in his discovery of source material and in the time and passion invested in creating his own unique aesthetic.  Browsing his collection is like reading the pages of Glenn O’Brien — simple words assembled together to create great wisdom.  It makes me want to steal a great artwork if only to order a new wardrobe.

Bateman

August, 2019

Entering the world of F.E. Castleberry is like going through a door into a Guggenheim of Good Taste.  Fred is a natural curator.  His louchely-preppy style a relaxed disguise for someone so studiously bookish in his discovery of source material and in the time and passion invested in creating his own unique aesthetic.  Browsing his collection is like reading the pages of Glenn O’Brien — simple words assembled together to create great wisdom.  It makes me want to steal a great artwork if only to order a new wardrobe.

August, 2019

Entering the world of F.E. Castleberry is like going through a door into a Guggenheim of Good Taste.  Fred is a natural curator.  His louchely-preppy style a relaxed disguise for someone so studiously bookish in his discovery of source material and in the time and passion invested in creating his own unique aesthetic.  Browsing his collection is like reading the pages of Glenn O’Brien — simple words assembled together to create great wisdom.  It makes me want to steal a great artwork if only to order a new wardrobe.

August, 2019

Entering the world of F.E. Castleberry is like going through a door into a Guggenheim of Good Taste.  Fred is a natural curator.  His louchely-preppy style a relaxed disguise for someone so studiously bookish in his discovery of source material and in the time and passion invested in creating his own unique aesthetic.  Browsing his collection is like reading the pages of Glenn O’Brien — simple words assembled together to create great wisdom.  It makes me want to steal a great artwork if only to order a new wardrobe.

5 Hertford Street

Entering the world of F.E. Castleberry is like going through a door into a Guggenheim of Good Taste.  Fred is a natural curator.  His louchely-preppy style a relaxed disguise for someone so studiously bookish in his discovery of source material and in the time and passion invested in creating his own unique aesthetic.  Browsing his collection is like reading the pages of Glenn O’Brien — simple words assembled together to create great wisdom.  It makes me want to steal a great artwork if only to order a new wardrobe.

Old Annabel's

April, 2020

Entering the world of F.E. Castleberry is like going through a door into a Guggenheim of Good Taste.  Fred is a natural curator.  His louchely-preppy style a relaxed disguise for someone so studiously bookish in his discovery of source material and in the time and passion invested in creating his own unique aesthetic.  Browsing his collection is like reading the pages of Glenn O’Brien — simple words assembled together to create great wisdom.  It makes me want to steal a great artwork if only to order a new wardrobe.

Arno

April, 2020

Entering the world of F.E. Castleberry is like going through a door into a Guggenheim of Good Taste.  Fred is a natural curator.  His louchely-preppy style a relaxed disguise for someone so studiously bookish in his discovery of source material and in the time and passion invested in creating his own unique aesthetic.  Browsing his collection is like reading the pages of Glenn O’Brien — simple words assembled together to create great wisdom.  It makes me want to steal a great artwork if only to order a new wardrobe.

Cigars

April, 2020

Entering the world of F.E. Castleberry is like going through a door into a Guggenheim of Good Taste.  Fred is a natural curator.  His louchely-preppy style a relaxed disguise for someone so studiously bookish in his discovery of source material and in the time and passion invested in creating his own unique aesthetic.  Browsing his collection is like reading the pages of Glenn O’Brien — simple words assembled together to create great wisdom.  It makes me want to steal a great artwork if only to order a new wardrobe.

Fin!  

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