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Dress codes,. written and otherwise

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Manton, Jun 10, 2005.

  1. Lord Foppington

    Lord Foppington Active Member

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    Well I for one am interested in the most recent turn to speculation about correlations between political bent and personal taste. Though maybe a new thread should be devoted to the topic.

    I'd say that for us culturally radical, atheist, socialist types, a kind of eclecticism makes the most sense. Kiton one day, Southwick the next. Whatever does it for you, baby.
     
  2. gorgekko

    gorgekko Well-Known Member

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    You are far too kind sir. Thank you.
    Wow, I'm envious despite the fact that Kirk was less than thrilling to listen to. Just sitting with one of the intellectual giants of the conservative movement would have been a fair trade off. At least you didn't eat lunch with Ayn Rand or something. She would have told you what to order. Salads are subjective pleasures. [​IMG]
     
  3. JLibourel

    JLibourel Well-Known Member

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    If I had had a chance for a private luncheon with Ayn Rand, I might well have passed on it...I was such a young prig back then.

    Had I done so, I certainly would have rued it today. It definitely would have been a memorable experience.
     
  4. Horace

    Horace Well-Known Member

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    Someone wrote a memoir and mentioned her sexual voraciousness.


    edit: to relate it back to clothing (or lack thereof): her favorite color was allegedly aquamarine.

    I can't stand her writings but have read almost all of them.
     

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