AH, the dismal world of corporate dressing. A virtual sea of greys and navy blue, browns and black. Ugh. It's enough to make you want to get a job at McDonald's, if only for the spiffy bright uniforms. If your place of employment values 'blending in' over making a fashion statement, you have my deepest sympathies. However, it's not all bad news. If the newest Sixties-style Beatles suit would go down like a lead balloon over the trading desk (along with your career) take heart: there are some great new suits that could pass even the most conservative corporate criteria, without looking boring. Leave it to the French to balance up to the minute chic with classic tailoring. Yves Saint Laurent has been a formidable house of style, dressing well-heeled women around the world for more than three decades. Guess what gentlemen? They do it for men, too. It's Yves Saint Laurent [por Homme]. All the luxuriousness of fabric, fit and fashion translates easily from a ballgown to a suit under the skilful eyes of one of the world's last remaining couturiers. From boardroom to boring business hotel, our gentlemen pictured are dressed for success; and are doing so with a little French dressing that spells style.