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September 09, 2009

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Meghan Grossman, FIDM Museum Registrar

Do you think we're in a new, though more subdued, peacock revolution? While men generally wear blue jeans and T-shirts, there seems to be a lot more color and design in what we see men wearing in Los Angeles. Or check out some of the menswear on The Sartorialist (http://thesartorialist.blogspot.com/) for examples in NYC, Milan, or Paris.

Rachel

Interesting point! I think that rather then a new peacock revoution, what you describe is a continuation of what happened in the 1960s. Sartorial expections for men have continued to loosen and the result is greater variety in menswear. Also, during the peacock revolution, California cities such as LA and San Francisco were considered hotbeds of the new styles. Given this, it makes sense that LA would still be a city of peacocks!

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Nice attire, This mens wear was great.


-mikee-

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