Thursday, September 5, 2013

Men In Suits 3

Gore Vidal 

Office flirt

David Byrne

André and Marc 1920
André Paul Guillaume Gide (22 November 1869 – 19 February 1951) French author and winner of the Nobel Prize in literature in 1947. In 1916 at age 47, he took as his lover 15 year old Marc Allégret (22 December 1900 – 3 November 1973). Marc was the son of Elie Allégret, the best man at Gide's own wedding. André Gide adopted Marc one of Allégret's five children and the two fled to London, when he later defended pederasty in the public edition of Corydon (1924) he received widespread condemnation. He, however, considered Corydon his most important work. Marc later became an acclaimed screenwriter and film director.

Boris Sacharov

Dior Essentiels

Casual Friday?

Neil Munro "Bunny" Roger (9 June 1911 - 27 April 1997) English couturier, war hero, dandy and Drag Queen

Joseph Nicholas

Someone's going to be the fall guy

Power nap?

Let's make a deal

Executive Assistant job description
"...and other unspecified duties as requested."

Brown nosing his way up the corporate ladder.

Schoolboy peer pressure

 Private Dancer
Levi Poulter and Eddy Barrena  (by Thomas Synnamon)


Office restraint

Steve Hooper
NO restraint at the office

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