House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row

House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row

The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Road tailor who changed the silhouette of men's fashion ? and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing up in an austere apartment above a café catering to truck drivers, both boys seemed destined t The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Road tailor who changed the silhouette of men's f...

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Title:House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row
Author:Lance Richardson
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:0451496469
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:400 pages pages

House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row Reviews

  • J
    Jun 19, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

    ---- Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads. ---- A nice tale about an artistic tailor, which closes in a way that makes one aware this book was really about two people; both the tailor & his brother. Tommy & David Nutter are the kind of people I find interes...

    Honestly, the excerpt I read in a magazine was really good. But, when I read the actual book, I was rather disappointed. Even though ?House of Nutter? was run by Tommy Nutter, the book was about Tommy and his brother, David. Huh? I wanted more on the 1970s-1980s fashions! Cre...

    I won this book in a giveaway. I started reading this without any prior knowledge about Tommy or David Nutter. I found the story interesting, and enjoyed that it was ultimately the story of both brothers. I also found it heartbreaking-- it is easy to forget the magnitude of the AIDS ep...

    Lance Richardson looks at one of the more interesting characters from Savile Row - you know Tommy Nutter's work even if you think you do not, as all Beatles but for George wore a Nutter suit on the Abbey Rod cover - and fills out the story of the man's life. A well-written and engaging...

    Amazing book...the glamor of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and rock stars...also great photos, loved this book... ...

    This was a glamorous and tragic story that will appeal to those that love Hollywood biographies. ...

    An interesting story about the 60s and 70s and Elton John, The Beatles, The Stones etc.... ...

    Interesting ...

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  • Columbus
    Sep 18, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

  • Martin Kilkenny
    Aug 10, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

    ---- Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads. ---- A nice tale about an artistic tailor, which closes in a way that makes one aware this book was really about two people; both the tailor & his brother. Tommy & David Nutter are the kind of people I find interes...

    Honestly, the excerpt I read in a magazine was really good. But, when I read the actual book, I was rather disappointed. Even though ?House of Nutter? was run by Tommy Nutter, the book was about Tommy and his brother, David. Huh? I wanted more on the 1970s-1980s fashions! Cre...

    I won this book in a giveaway. I started reading this without any prior knowledge about Tommy or David Nutter. I found the story interesting, and enjoyed that it was ultimately the story of both brothers. I also found it heartbreaking-- it is easy to forget the magnitude of the AIDS ep...

    Lance Richardson looks at one of the more interesting characters from Savile Row - you know Tommy Nutter's work even if you think you do not, as all Beatles but for George wore a Nutter suit on the Abbey Rod cover - and fills out the story of the man's life. A well-written and engaging...

    Amazing book...the glamor of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and rock stars...also great photos, loved this book... ...

    This was a glamorous and tragic story that will appeal to those that love Hollywood biographies. ...

    An interesting story about the 60s and 70s and Elton John, The Beatles, The Stones etc.... ...

  • Cian O hAnnrachainn
    Apr 16, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

  • Kristine
    May 01, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

  • Ady Grafovna
    Apr 23, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

    ---- Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads. ---- A nice tale about an artistic tailor, which closes in a way that makes one aware this book was really about two people; both the tailor & his brother. Tommy & David Nutter are the kind of people I find interes...

    Honestly, the excerpt I read in a magazine was really good. But, when I read the actual book, I was rather disappointed. Even though ?House of Nutter? was run by Tommy Nutter, the book was about Tommy and his brother, David. Huh? I wanted more on the 1970s-1980s fashions! Cre...

    I won this book in a giveaway. I started reading this without any prior knowledge about Tommy or David Nutter. I found the story interesting, and enjoyed that it was ultimately the story of both brothers. I also found it heartbreaking-- it is easy to forget the magnitude of the AIDS ep...

    Lance Richardson looks at one of the more interesting characters from Savile Row - you know Tommy Nutter's work even if you think you do not, as all Beatles but for George wore a Nutter suit on the Abbey Rod cover - and fills out the story of the man's life. A well-written and engaging...

    Amazing book...the glamor of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and rock stars...also great photos, loved this book... ...

    This was a glamorous and tragic story that will appeal to those that love Hollywood biographies. ...

  • Jill Elizabeth
    Apr 23, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

  • Tom Schulte
    Jul 15, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

  • Lindsey
    Jul 07, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

  • Argum
    Apr 18, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

  • Nancy
    Apr 19, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

    ---- Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads. ---- A nice tale about an artistic tailor, which closes in a way that makes one aware this book was really about two people; both the tailor & his brother. Tommy & David Nutter are the kind of people I find interes...

    Honestly, the excerpt I read in a magazine was really good. But, when I read the actual book, I was rather disappointed. Even though ?House of Nutter? was run by Tommy Nutter, the book was about Tommy and his brother, David. Huh? I wanted more on the 1970s-1980s fashions! Cre...

    I won this book in a giveaway. I started reading this without any prior knowledge about Tommy or David Nutter. I found the story interesting, and enjoyed that it was ultimately the story of both brothers. I also found it heartbreaking-- it is easy to forget the magnitude of the AIDS ep...

    Lance Richardson looks at one of the more interesting characters from Savile Row - you know Tommy Nutter's work even if you think you do not, as all Beatles but for George wore a Nutter suit on the Abbey Rod cover - and fills out the story of the man's life. A well-written and engaging...

    Amazing book...the glamor of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and rock stars...also great photos, loved this book... ...

  • Kimberley
    Apr 21, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

  • Valerity (Val)
    Mar 13, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

  • Alex
    Jul 25, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

    ---- Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads. ---- A nice tale about an artistic tailor, which closes in a way that makes one aware this book was really about two people; both the tailor & his brother. Tommy & David Nutter are the kind of people I find interes...

    Honestly, the excerpt I read in a magazine was really good. But, when I read the actual book, I was rather disappointed. Even though ?House of Nutter? was run by Tommy Nutter, the book was about Tommy and his brother, David. Huh? I wanted more on the 1970s-1980s fashions! Cre...

    I won this book in a giveaway. I started reading this without any prior knowledge about Tommy or David Nutter. I found the story interesting, and enjoyed that it was ultimately the story of both brothers. I also found it heartbreaking-- it is easy to forget the magnitude of the AIDS ep...

    Lance Richardson looks at one of the more interesting characters from Savile Row - you know Tommy Nutter's work even if you think you do not, as all Beatles but for George wore a Nutter suit on the Abbey Rod cover - and fills out the story of the man's life. A well-written and engaging...

    Amazing book...the glamor of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and rock stars...also great photos, loved this book... ...

    This was a glamorous and tragic story that will appeal to those that love Hollywood biographies. ...

    An interesting story about the 60s and 70s and Elton John, The Beatles, The Stones etc.... ...

    Interesting ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Alysa H.
    Apr 03, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

  • Pcox
    May 14, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

    ---- Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads. ---- A nice tale about an artistic tailor, which closes in a way that makes one aware this book was really about two people; both the tailor & his brother. Tommy & David Nutter are the kind of people I find interes...

    Honestly, the excerpt I read in a magazine was really good. But, when I read the actual book, I was rather disappointed. Even though ?House of Nutter? was run by Tommy Nutter, the book was about Tommy and his brother, David. Huh? I wanted more on the 1970s-1980s fashions! Cre...

    I won this book in a giveaway. I started reading this without any prior knowledge about Tommy or David Nutter. I found the story interesting, and enjoyed that it was ultimately the story of both brothers. I also found it heartbreaking-- it is easy to forget the magnitude of the AIDS ep...

    Lance Richardson looks at one of the more interesting characters from Savile Row - you know Tommy Nutter's work even if you think you do not, as all Beatles but for George wore a Nutter suit on the Abbey Rod cover - and fills out the story of the man's life. A well-written and engaging...

    Amazing book...the glamor of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and rock stars...also great photos, loved this book... ...

    This was a glamorous and tragic story that will appeal to those that love Hollywood biographies. ...

    An interesting story about the 60s and 70s and Elton John, The Beatles, The Stones etc.... ...

    Interesting ...

  • Jill Meyer
    May 29, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

  • christinemm
    Jul 02, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

    ---- Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads. ---- A nice tale about an artistic tailor, which closes in a way that makes one aware this book was really about two people; both the tailor & his brother. Tommy & David Nutter are the kind of people I find interes...

    Honestly, the excerpt I read in a magazine was really good. But, when I read the actual book, I was rather disappointed. Even though ?House of Nutter? was run by Tommy Nutter, the book was about Tommy and his brother, David. Huh? I wanted more on the 1970s-1980s fashions! Cre...

    I won this book in a giveaway. I started reading this without any prior knowledge about Tommy or David Nutter. I found the story interesting, and enjoyed that it was ultimately the story of both brothers. I also found it heartbreaking-- it is easy to forget the magnitude of the AIDS ep...

    Lance Richardson looks at one of the more interesting characters from Savile Row - you know Tommy Nutter's work even if you think you do not, as all Beatles but for George wore a Nutter suit on the Abbey Rod cover - and fills out the story of the man's life. A well-written and engaging...

    Amazing book...the glamor of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and rock stars...also great photos, loved this book... ...

    This was a glamorous and tragic story that will appeal to those that love Hollywood biographies. ...

    An interesting story about the 60s and 70s and Elton John, The Beatles, The Stones etc.... ...

    Interesting ...

    ...

    ...

  • David Hallstrom
    Jun 09, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

    ---- Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads. ---- A nice tale about an artistic tailor, which closes in a way that makes one aware this book was really about two people; both the tailor & his brother. Tommy & David Nutter are the kind of people I find interes...

    Honestly, the excerpt I read in a magazine was really good. But, when I read the actual book, I was rather disappointed. Even though ?House of Nutter? was run by Tommy Nutter, the book was about Tommy and his brother, David. Huh? I wanted more on the 1970s-1980s fashions! Cre...

    I won this book in a giveaway. I started reading this without any prior knowledge about Tommy or David Nutter. I found the story interesting, and enjoyed that it was ultimately the story of both brothers. I also found it heartbreaking-- it is easy to forget the magnitude of the AIDS ep...

    Lance Richardson looks at one of the more interesting characters from Savile Row - you know Tommy Nutter's work even if you think you do not, as all Beatles but for George wore a Nutter suit on the Abbey Rod cover - and fills out the story of the man's life. A well-written and engaging...

  • John
    May 10, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

    ---- Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads. ---- A nice tale about an artistic tailor, which closes in a way that makes one aware this book was really about two people; both the tailor & his brother. Tommy & David Nutter are the kind of people I find interes...

    Honestly, the excerpt I read in a magazine was really good. But, when I read the actual book, I was rather disappointed. Even though ?House of Nutter? was run by Tommy Nutter, the book was about Tommy and his brother, David. Huh? I wanted more on the 1970s-1980s fashions! Cre...

    I won this book in a giveaway. I started reading this without any prior knowledge about Tommy or David Nutter. I found the story interesting, and enjoyed that it was ultimately the story of both brothers. I also found it heartbreaking-- it is easy to forget the magnitude of the AIDS ep...

    Lance Richardson looks at one of the more interesting characters from Savile Row - you know Tommy Nutter's work even if you think you do not, as all Beatles but for George wore a Nutter suit on the Abbey Rod cover - and fills out the story of the man's life. A well-written and engaging...

    Amazing book...the glamor of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and rock stars...also great photos, loved this book... ...

    This was a glamorous and tragic story that will appeal to those that love Hollywood biographies. ...

    An interesting story about the 60s and 70s and Elton John, The Beatles, The Stones etc.... ...

    Interesting ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • *TUDOR^QUEEN*
    Mar 30, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

  • Bonnie Smith
    Jul 18, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

    ---- Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads. ---- A nice tale about an artistic tailor, which closes in a way that makes one aware this book was really about two people; both the tailor & his brother. Tommy & David Nutter are the kind of people I find interes...

    Honestly, the excerpt I read in a magazine was really good. But, when I read the actual book, I was rather disappointed. Even though ?House of Nutter? was run by Tommy Nutter, the book was about Tommy and his brother, David. Huh? I wanted more on the 1970s-1980s fashions! Cre...

  • Aria
    Feb 28, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

    ---- Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads. ---- A nice tale about an artistic tailor, which closes in a way that makes one aware this book was really about two people; both the tailor & his brother. Tommy & David Nutter are the kind of people I find interes...

  • Mandy Weeks
    Mar 26, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

  • John Spiller
    Aug 29, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

  • Dana Aprigliano (TheVaguelyArticulateReader)
    Mar 27, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

  • Joshua Mason
    Jun 12, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

  • Aubrey Martinson
    Mar 18, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

    ---- Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads. ---- A nice tale about an artistic tailor, which closes in a way that makes one aware this book was really about two people; both the tailor & his brother. Tommy & David Nutter are the kind of people I find interes...

    Honestly, the excerpt I read in a magazine was really good. But, when I read the actual book, I was rather disappointed. Even though ?House of Nutter? was run by Tommy Nutter, the book was about Tommy and his brother, David. Huh? I wanted more on the 1970s-1980s fashions! Cre...

    I won this book in a giveaway. I started reading this without any prior knowledge about Tommy or David Nutter. I found the story interesting, and enjoyed that it was ultimately the story of both brothers. I also found it heartbreaking-- it is easy to forget the magnitude of the AIDS ep...

    Lance Richardson looks at one of the more interesting characters from Savile Row - you know Tommy Nutter's work even if you think you do not, as all Beatles but for George wore a Nutter suit on the Abbey Rod cover - and fills out the story of the man's life. A well-written and engaging...

    Amazing book...the glamor of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and rock stars...also great photos, loved this book... ...

    This was a glamorous and tragic story that will appeal to those that love Hollywood biographies. ...

    An interesting story about the 60s and 70s and Elton John, The Beatles, The Stones etc.... ...

    Interesting ...

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    ...

  • Scott Pearson
    Jul 07, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

    ---- Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads. ---- A nice tale about an artistic tailor, which closes in a way that makes one aware this book was really about two people; both the tailor & his brother. Tommy & David Nutter are the kind of people I find interes...

    Honestly, the excerpt I read in a magazine was really good. But, when I read the actual book, I was rather disappointed. Even though ?House of Nutter? was run by Tommy Nutter, the book was about Tommy and his brother, David. Huh? I wanted more on the 1970s-1980s fashions! Cre...

    I won this book in a giveaway. I started reading this without any prior knowledge about Tommy or David Nutter. I found the story interesting, and enjoyed that it was ultimately the story of both brothers. I also found it heartbreaking-- it is easy to forget the magnitude of the AIDS ep...

    Lance Richardson looks at one of the more interesting characters from Savile Row - you know Tommy Nutter's work even if you think you do not, as all Beatles but for George wore a Nutter suit on the Abbey Rod cover - and fills out the story of the man's life. A well-written and engaging...

    Amazing book...the glamor of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and rock stars...also great photos, loved this book... ...

    This was a glamorous and tragic story that will appeal to those that love Hollywood biographies. ...

    An interesting story about the 60s and 70s and Elton John, The Beatles, The Stones etc.... ...

    Interesting ...

    ...

  • Amy Ingalls
    Aug 08, 2018

    I received this advance reader copy from Crown Publishing via NetGalley. Being a lifelong Beatles fan, when I saw that this book involved Savile Row in London, England, my interest was immediately piqued. For I am well aware that the fancy tailors dominated that road. The Beatles ne...

    This was a such an informative read about the fashion and menswear trade from the late 1960?s and through the rock and roll years when a lot of his clientele were famous rockers among many other celebrities and worldwide famous folks. The book is also about the other Nutter brother w...

    (minor spoiler alert) I haven't given a book five entire stars in a really long time, but here we are I guess because this book was PHENOMENAL. Not only was the history of the Nutter brothers meticulously researched, but the narrative had a voice to it that made the story engaging a...

    Fascinating subject matter. I thought I knew a lot about late-1960s/1970s music, art, and fashion, and yet I still learned plenty from this book. It turns out I knew next to nothing about Tommy Nutter. This book proves how much consideration Nutter's contributions are due. One thing...

    I received a free copy of this book from Penguin First To Read. I had never heard of the Nutter brothers, but the blurb sounded like an interesting way to view a time in history with a particular subculture. It did not disappoint. Tommy and David Nutter were born to working class f...

    House of Nutter by Lance Richardson is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April. A quirky, saga-like biography of the brothers Nutter, told mostly back and forth the Atlantic from the late 1960s to the early 1990s. I could say that I enjoyed Tommy's story with its decadent p...

    House of Nutter is an astonishing, well-told story of the fabulous Nutter Brothers. Tommy a bespoke tailor/fashion designer and then older brother, David, an entertainment photographer who worked with and hobnobbed with Jagger, Elton and Lennon (only a single name required). Both broth...

    I am going to admit that I had no idea who Tommy Nutter was before opening this book. I quickly realized, however, that he has waved a hand over many of the most famous moments in pop culture history spanning from the 1960s to the 1990s. His brother David was equally as ubiquitous. Tom...

    I really enjoyed this biog - really of the 2 Nutter brothers: tailor Tommy and photog David. There remarkable lives are more than the broad-shouldered bespoke suit trend Tommy started after first bringing in the altered style of an English horse riding jacket. Bother moved in orbits wi...

    Thank you NetGalley for this advanced eGalley of "House of Nutter: The Rebel Tailor of Savile Row". On the surface, and based on its captivating cover, you'd think this was going to be a book centered around Thomas (Tommy) Nutter--one of the pioneering designers of the once ultra-co...

    I'm normally a quick study but in this case, I wanted to savour this tome. Not only a story of the legend and saviour of Savile Row, designer and icon, but a touching double-portrait of brothers Tommy and David Nutter during a time of cultural upheaval. Tommy Nutter - an iconoclast ...

    The strange, illuminative true story of Tommy Nutter, the Savile Row tailor who changed the silhouette of men?s fashion?and his rock photographer brother, David, who captured it all on film. From an early age, there was something different about Tommy and David Nutter. Growing u...

    I think it's easy to forget the toll that the AIDS epidemic took on our creative communities from 1980 til the mid-1990's when medical "cocktails" helped turn the fatal disease into a chronic one. Author Lance Richardson reminds us of that toll in his biography of Tommy Nutter, "The Ho...

    Fashion underwent a tremendous revolution in the 1960s and 1970s, and Tommy Nutter was one of that revolution's leaders. This biography of the noted fashion designer was fascinating. A man from humble beginnings set the men's fashion world on its head with his bold designs and use o...

    This was such a fascinating read! Despite being tragically unhip, I find stories about the fashion world delightfully dishy and entertaining - the glamour, the rise and inevitable fall, the drama of it all makes for such interesting reads... David and Tommy Nutter were a pair of true o...

    This is a fantastic read for a niche audience, namely anyone who is familiar with Tommy Nutter, or has an abiding interest in Savile Row tailoring, or simply has an insatiable appetite for Elton John stories. Though the ostensible subject of "House of Nutter" is Tommy Nutter, his broth...

    ---- Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads. ---- A nice tale about an artistic tailor, which closes in a way that makes one aware this book was really about two people; both the tailor & his brother. Tommy & David Nutter are the kind of people I find interes...

    Honestly, the excerpt I read in a magazine was really good. But, when I read the actual book, I was rather disappointed. Even though ?House of Nutter? was run by Tommy Nutter, the book was about Tommy and his brother, David. Huh? I wanted more on the 1970s-1980s fashions! Cre...

    I won this book in a giveaway. I started reading this without any prior knowledge about Tommy or David Nutter. I found the story interesting, and enjoyed that it was ultimately the story of both brothers. I also found it heartbreaking-- it is easy to forget the magnitude of the AIDS ep...