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Revisiting the Past

Having just finished “One Hundred Years of Menswear” (Cally Blackman) and just started “American Fashion Menswear” with superb commentary by this man, I’ve been revisiting my sartorial past when most of my aesthetic centered on the drape cut of the … Continue reading

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Now and Then

The influence of the past is with us always. Books like  Cally Blackman’s “One Hundred Years of Menswear” are particularly good at tracing the evolution of the suit especially. After a satisfying few hours with the book (a few factual … Continue reading

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