I think it'd be funny if each region chose a different current fashion victim stereotype as its respective representative. Atlanta has the Andre 3000 clone; New York could send an anemic Hedi Slimane wannabe with spiked up hair, a too tight black suit, and unfolded French cuffs over his fingers; L.A. could sport an 18 year old Nudie fanboy in soiled and unwashed-for-10-months jeans with a comical cuffs rolled up all the way past his shins look; and Boston could trot out a frat boy parody in madras pants, boat shoes, and two popped collar hot pink Lacoste polos. Wouldn't that be fun to watch?
That I would watch. Of course, that would be the youth segment. The "masters" segment would consist of... From LA, a guy with a George Hamilton tan wearing a white linen suit and a peach Johnny collar shirt that Borrelli sealed its deal to the deal with, with a tan belt and loafers. From NYC, a very constipated looking I-banker type doing his best Matt Lauer imitation and wearing all bespoke in whatever was in fashion at the time (whether it be Neapolitan, Roman or English silhouette) except for his belt, which would be a crocodile belt, also from Borrelli, and Florida would have a guy dressed head to toe in Brioni sport (it's uniformly hideous stuff.) Boston would have a guy in a sack suit with with a white shirt and a rep tie and loafers (for that old money insouciance.) BTW, pretty much anyone living in Silver Lake/Echo Park could've given this guy a run for his money too.