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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.

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NEW YORK POST: Casual Observer.

 

With the sleeves of his wrinkled shirt rolled up and the top buttons undone, his pewter hair parted at the front, and his stubble beard, Michael Bastian gives off the air of a corporate executive who’s shunned the business world for the tanned island life. His comportment and designs are welcome departures from the tight-laced seriousness in men’s fashion. The designer is the king of next-generation prep. Read more at the New York Post.

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