“Black is modest and arrogant at the same time. Black is lazy and easy - but mysterious. But above all black says this: "I don’t bother you - don’t bother me".”
― Yohji Yamamoto
But I don't think most people get so philosophical about it and I don't think there's really a need to. For me, silhouettes and styling probably take precedence over color. Some people commit to a lot of black (and or a certain aesthetic), but wearing black doesn't preclude you from wearing color/experimenting as well.
^^this was kind of what I was getting at supposing that black is "dramatic". Does everybody who wear black talk like this?
What are you expecting, exactly? There are people who will say "black is cool," and there are people who will wax philosophical on my they appreciate its virtues, such as the designers quoted above. I'm not sure I understand your approach. There are a lot of different blacks, and a lot of different fabrics. Some fade on purpose. Some don't. Some are grungy, others long and flowy, still others sharp and formal.
With regards to "people talking like this," you're coming from a forum where people refer to each other as gentlemen and talk about classic and timeless clothing as if that meant something. Do all people who "wear black" - whatever that means - talk like "this?" - whatever that means? Unlikely. Do all people who wear suits talk like Cary Grant?