In all seriousness Eric, I don't think this new fashion notion is going anywhere. It's not just that its "not the local style of the board" or whathave you. I think it's a nonstarter. There is an argument to be made that StyleForum would be the best possible pool to do market research in: 1. Firstly, we're all really into clothes, (this is evidenced by the fact that this thread of yours has gotten literally dozens of responses on a Tuesday afternoon) much moreso than your average guy who never gives it a thought and dresses, literally, to fit in to the crowd of penguins, full-stop. That average Joe is very unlikely to adopt a radical new notion of menswear. 3. We spend a lot of money on things we don't need, and know full well we will rarely wear them. hence our threashold for buying whimsical items is considerably lower than most (everybody who owns spectators raise your hand). 2. There is a taste for forward styling here, even within Mens Clothing. We may tease the Thom Browne look every other week, but you do see alot of very slim break-less trousers, decadently stylized Santoni FAMs, pink seersucker pocket-squares and bold patterns among many of the regulars. Unlike the more tradition-bound AAAC, many SFers revel in a degree of flashiness (kitonbrioni comes to mind, but I'm sure lots of us could come up with SFers who pull of pretty ballsy ensembles). So since your designs haven't garnered one single positive reaction (for the love of god, you were turned down by Stacy Adams!!), I sincerely think you should reconsider this endeavor. There doesn't seem to be much to gain, and it looks like there is plenty to lose. I'm not trying to be snarky here, we're all adults. Consider this a learning experience: you just got a resounding thumbs down from the marketplace w/o the expense of having to source, produce, ship and market your idea. Please cash-out while you still can.