That outfit is so good. I suspect the # of thumbs is because of how all the proportions play off each other, the color palette is quite contained in terms of contrast, with all the contrast coming from differences in textures, materials and patterns, and last but not least because the Junya pants are out of this world. The half piping on the blazer isn't particularly exciting but the close-up of the lower back (not included in the post above) shows how great that piece also is. I don't think it's possible for someone who's never looked at a cubist painting or a Cindy Sherman photograph to explain why it is liked by many art lovers. It takes a lot more exposure than a first glance with a mocking eye to "get" a different aesthetic or mode of expression. I don't throw the stone to Coxsackie - we all do this to a certain extent. Limit the scope of what are willing to spend time seeing/listening/reading/watching in order to appreciate or understand it. Such scope may be wider for some than others but it's here for all of us.