Where the runway meets the street

NYT’s David Colman writes an interesting piece this morning on a move back to the conservative suitings in an economy that tries to give itself balance. Rather than looking like bankers, men in the city want to look more like “creative professionals.” “In a reversal of every recession in the last 100 years, figures show that men have not cut back on buying clothes as much as women have. They’re not buying power suits — they’re replacing them.”

Read “When No One Wants to Look Like a Banker” in The New York Times.

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