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Post-Pandemic Dress Codes

Ascetic Athleisure, Extravagant Couture, or Curated Classic Tailoring?

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As we look forward to emerging from over a year of forced hibernation, the fashion conscious and the fashion averse alike speculate about what we will wear once we get out and about. As one would expect in our troubled and polarized nation, two opposing camps have emerged, which I will style as the…




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Richard Thompson Ford

Richard Thompson Ford

Professor. Lawyer. Dilettante mixologist. Amateur sartorialist. Watch geek. Author of Dress Codes: how the laws of fashion made history.

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