NEW YORK POST: The Draper Effect.

We can see the sartorial light. After a 20-year absence of significant, televised men’s fashion, we’re experiencing a wardrobe renaissance. You can thank “Mad Men.” For several decades before the show graced TV screens, the pop culture landscape was a wasteland of dressed-down dudes. The 1980s were the pinnacle of men’s style arbiters. The fashion-forward detectives of “Miami Vice” rocked pastel deconstructed suits (mostly paired with T-shirts), courtesy of designers such as Versace, Vittorio Ricci and Hugo Boss. Read more at the New York Post.

Source: The New York Post.

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