Author Gay Talese looks over a manuscript at his home in Ocean City, 1992. Photo by Marianne Barcellona/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images.
Talese was a great advocate of fine tailoring as seen here in New Jersey, 1992. Photo by Marianne Barcellona/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images.
As part of a long line of southern Italian tailors, Talese has always been known for his impeccable style as pictured here in 1972.
Talese appears effortlessly sophisticated in a single-breasted wool jacket, vest and striped silk tie, circa 1975.
Talese wearing a three-piece single-breasted suit accessorised with a spotted silk pocket square and fedora, circa 2010.
With his wife Nan Talese at a party for Halston at Bloomingdale's, New York, 1976. Photo by Nick Machalaba/Penske Media/REX/Shutterstock.
At the filming of Honor Thy Father, a film based on his book, at the Zito Bakery shop front on Bleecker Street in New York, 1972. Photo by Anthony Camerano.
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