Two weeks ago, journalists were arrested trying to capture shots of the beaux Arts mansion where the wedding will take place.
There could be no better place to honor the art of dressmaking than the most prestigious art school: the beaux Arts de Paris.
Those are his beaux Arts pictures; extraordinary, aren't they?
He has "two strings to his bow," while she has two beaux "on a string."
This was the centre of the fashionable residence district in the old days, and the walk along the north side was the "beaux Walk."
And that will make him acquainted with thirty or forty beaux.
Its proximity to the Court attracted all the fops and beaux, and it was the resort of fashionable and gay young idlers.
And then, brother, the faces of the beaux are of such a lily-white hue!
It is scarcely to be expected that even our descendants will know much more of the Wits and beaux of former days than we now do.
"But it's not alone for your beaux yeux," he explained to her.
"attendant suitor of a lady," 1720, from French beau "the beautiful," noun use of an adjective, from Old French bel "beautiful, handsome, fair, genuine, real" (11c.), from Latin bellus "handsome, fine, pretty, agreeable," diminutive of bonus "good" (see bene-). Meaning "man who attends excessively to dress, etiquette, etc.; a fop; a dandy" is from 1680s, short for French beau garçon "pretty boy" (1660s).