Regulars here will know that it was The Sartorialist's photos that made me realise that there can be male style in middle age. Without Scott Schuman's work there would have been no Grey Fox.
I therefore look forward to seeing volume 2, The Sartorialist: Closer. According to The Sartorialist's website there will be separate covers for men and women, at least in the States - it doesn't appear in both forms on Amazon UK, where the book can be pre-ordered. I like the idea of two covers; but will the men buy the cover with the beautifully-dressed woman and the women buy that with the dapper chap in the double-breasted suit, or vice versa?
Also available in an oversize hardback edition limited to 2500 copies, the book is for sale within the next few days in the USA and (I think) a few days later in the UK.