August 28, 2013

"The art of looking sharp could be saved by a new subculture of metropolitan men, aged loosely from 25 to 40, who have an affinity for a new-old hybrid of sartorial swagger…Their appropriated tastes are inspired, though, more by ’60s idols like Bryan Ferry and Steve McQueen than their own grandfathers."


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http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704013604576246911629008064.html

"The art of looking sharp could be saved by a new subculture of metropolitan men, aged loosely from 25 to 40, who have an affinity for a new-old hybrid of sartorial swagger…Their appropriated tastes are inspired, though, more by ’60s idols like Bryan Ferry and Steve McQueen than their own grandfathers."
Read the full Wall Street Journal Article here:
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704013604576246911629008064.html

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