While browsing at the local Barnes and Noble bookstore, I took a quick look at the latest men's style magazines. You know, the usual suspects: GQ, Esquire, Men's Vogue, etc. One noticeable feature was the complete lack of trouser cuffs (turn ups). The only ad that featured trouser cuffs was an Allen Edmonds shoe advertisment. All the other brands from Hermes to Neiman's to Lauren to Brioni to Brooks Brothers depicted pants with no cuffs on suits or odd trousers. So, do we need to run straight to the tailor and get any offending remaining cuffs slashed off our garments? Will exhibiting cuffs be the mark of an unstylish cad? When we remove our cuffs, will the fashion industry institute a rule two years later dictating that all trousers must feature 2 1/2" cuffs? By then there won't be enough fabric, and we'll have to buy all new clothes! Discuss.