When Neal Tate, a just-out-of-rehab NYC party columnist, falls for Dewalt, a Harlem drug dealer he meets at a gay bathhouse, he discovers that navigating an honest relationship is a lot more difficult than chasing down the perfect pair of skinny jeans. Along with his friends Rovvy and Nick, these Bergdorf boys hop from Madison Avenue shopping sprees to Fire Island photo shoots, dipping their manicured toes into the dizzy underside of the gay nightlife scene hunting for lust, love, and designer must-haves.
Reviews and Praise
"Bergdorf Boys is a well-written, compelling portrait of fashion and romance. The author’s crisp, concise prose allows the reader to not just witness, but participate in the turbulent and treacherous yet audacious and alluring New York party and fashion scenes, fraught with Adonis images and anonymous sex in a world where social status takes precedence over sanity." -Chris Verleger, Edge Media Network