Sunday, February 24, 2013

Great Fashion Embodies Ageless Symbolism

Here are a few of the things I look for in men's fashion beyond the basics of color, material, and fit: the sexy silhouette of a Grecian goddess; the "organic architectural" design of a Franklin Lloyd Wright building; the smooth melodic flow of Miles Davis' "Blue in Green"; the raw urban sophistication of a Jean-Michel Basquait painting; the powerful crescendo emphasis of Beethoven's 5th Symphony; the elegance and style of the 1948 Aston Martin DB1; and the seemingly effortless complex choreography of a Fred Astaire Ginger Rogers dance  routine. Clothes embodying these characteristics tend to have endless style and appeal and similar to a vintage wine they only get better over time.  

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