Interesting article. Especially the part about how the wardrobe was thoroughly researched to add to the 80s overindulgence vibe of the movie. I think it wrongly generalizes about "the dress code for men steering away from displays of conspicuous sartorial consumption" since the 1980s. Sure, the proportions of suits changed (long gone are "Armani shoulders" and full chests). And pinstripes are now shunned as very "1%". But there are lots of #menswear peacocks in their 20s and 30s days. Isn't that just a different kind of "conspicuous sartorial consumption"? Also, the forum's own NMWA is mentioned about halfway down the article.