On a recent Thursday afternoon on 34th Street, a burly year-old named Rob Seroka was examining some denim samples in his office at Liz Claiborne. Seroka was speaking pure fashionese, but in his ripped jeans, lime button-down shirt and white sneakers, he looked nothing like most of the delicately shaped boys and girls circulating on his floor. At 6-foot-2 and pounds, Mr. A bear is not unlike a lumberjack: big, hairy and favors plaid. And that has never been a particularly popular image in the design community, which tends to favor the black-clad and slender.
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Recently, one of my good friends was talking about a man she had seen in a bar. Just too perfect. Sound familiar? In these times of image obsession and hunger for instant fame, the pressure is on everyone women and men to look like an extra from a J-Lo video.
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His style is known to challenge standard views of fashion. He collaborated with Madonna in to create her infamous conical bras. In , he became head designer at Hermes where he worked until
It used to be a tribal signal but as gay style has moved into the mainstream, the look has become harder to pin down. W hen he was studying at Central Saint Martins, London, in the late 00s, Craig Green wrote his dissertation on the adoption of gay style subcultures by straight men. In the preceding decades, perfumed dandies, dilly boys, mods, skins, clones , new romantics, scallies , fierce vogueing divas and muscle Marys had all been sieved out of their natural habitat on to the high street for brief moments of mass consumption.