Awesome night tonight:
Australian Story: Doc Neeson
Four Corners: the Manus Solution
Media Watch: Paul Barry vs News Corp #224
Q&A: with Doug Cameron and Ann Rand Jr
Lateline: Featuring the fergalicious Emma Alberici
Besides the Klitschkos and maybe David Haye the heavyweights are a pretty woeful lot.
I'll take them. PM'd.
On your previous article, I've been pondering something the editor of Rake said. He said, "Dressing should be an outer manifestation of the class that lies beneath". I know this is more UK appropriate, but what exactly was he alluding to? That we should not try to dress up, or that we should dress down because we'll feel more comfortable dressing down? He used Jeremy Clarkson and Stephen Fry as an example.
My take on Nick's point (which I agree with) is that he's highlighting the importance of being someone of substance. It's to do with the way you carry yourself, what you believe in and simply being a gentleman. As opposed to throwing money at clothes and trying to appear to be classic or stylish, when you don't really understand what it all means.
The Clarkson/Fry reference (again, in my reading of it) is that whilst Fry is known for being flamboyantly and loudly dressed (he's been a loyal customer of Turnbull and Asser for many years and his signed picture sits in the entrance to their bespoke shirt rooms), he is still someone of great depth and gentlemanliness, in his own unique way. He knows all the rules, better than most, he doesn't care about them and stays true to himself... whereas Clarkson is perhaps equally flamboyant, but just a bit clueless when it comes to clothing.