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The Way You Wear Your Hat: Frank Sinatra and the Lost Art of Livin' (Paperback)
Within is a masterful assembly of the most personal details and gorgeous minutiae of Frank Sinatra's way of living--matters of the heart and heartbreak, friendship and leadership, drinking and cavorting, brawling and wooing, tuxedos and snap-brims--all crafted from rare interviews with Sinatra himself as well as many other intimates, including Tony Bennett, Don Rickles, Angie Dickinson, Tony Curtis, and Robert Wagner, in addition to daughters Nancy and Tina Sinatra. Illustrated with scores of photos, The Way You Wear Your Hat captures the timeless romance and classic style of the fifties and the loose sixties and is a stunning exploration of the Sinatra mystique.
About the Author
Bill Zehme is the author of the New York Times bestselling homage to Frank Sinatra, The Way You Wear Your Hat, and Lost in the Funhouse: The Life and Mind of Andy Kaufman. A recipient of the prestigious ASME Award for Profile Writing, he has written for Esquire, Rolling Stone, Playboy, and Vanity Fair, as well as the collection Intimate Strangers: Comic Profiles and Indiscretions of the Very Famous. He lives in Chicago.
Stern began his photography career in 1937 in New York City, working as a studio apprentice by day and as a photographer for New York's Police Gazette by night. Shortly thereafter he was sent out to Los Angeles by Friday magazine. He began photographing in Hollywood and freelanceing for Life, Look and Colliers magazines. He was a combat photographer in World War II. He returned to L.A., where he worked for a number of movie magazines.