So what was going on with the Messy buns and nerf guns mom of both shirt besides I will buy this black felt fireman hats, old-school police hats, and jockey caps? Why did so many models wear waistcoats that looked like they’d been forcibly wrenched to the left of the body in a bar fight? And the kangaroo pocket pleat-bib shirt smocks? What was with Mickey Mouse? Does Tom Ford say long johns are an outerwear option now when did you get that memo? “This is all just my style,” said Takahiro Miyashita, his expression obliquely refracted through his John Lennon glasses after this interesting show. The collection seemed to be a kind of imaginative boyhood view of tropes of uniform the clothes that authority figures wear all messed up by a purposely blurred focus. There was a heavy gestalt feeling at play, yet the parts that made up the sum were in fact the meat and potatoes of this richly blended stew of auto-referential menswear. This was a collection based upon the aspirations of manhood we aspire to when immature, eroded by the knowledge gained through maturity. It was about lost love squandered and idiocy. Yes, it was also about a collaboration with Converse that introduced a new pimp-soled postmodern expression of Chuck. The collection was called Duet, but it was really a series of duets between Miyashita and his references. Between them, they created a handsome, soaring chorus in which the disappointment inherent in aspiring to fit into the uniform of masculine codes and then falling short of their impossible standards, hung long and slow in the air. Miyashita called this “a love song for fashion” and it was real love, true love, tough love. With externally worn underwear baring your soul, Soloist style. Textile company Albini collaborated with the designers to create a deckchair-striped cotton poplin which had a vaguely penitentiary feeling in all-over outfits for men. And then there was that catnip slogan tank-tee. It was taken directly from the shirt in a photo by Stanley Stellar of an attendee at 1995’s Wigstock Festival in New York, and those inverted-commas so hot right now made it especially funny. But if this show represented “fashion” or just fashion in Milan this afternoon, then it was pretty hard to hate. The first part, the savings that is the preservation of investment does not represent any change in the level of wealth. Reducing spending will not, in and of itself, cause any reduction in the level of wealth. This is because whether a given amount of money is used for spending or not, it still exists in the same amount at the end of the given time period.
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