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July 17, 2014


I like color now.  I liked color back in high school, when color was all I had by means of freedom in the way I could dress, when shape, texture, and layers were just nowhere to be found within my reach.  Though I maintain that men look best in neutrals, happiness trumps all, and this flirtation I am having with color, a challenge to break away from the ease of all-black, makes me smile about fashion again.  I had this summer suit made by my tailor in a stiff Japanese linen, somewhat inspired by what elderly gentlemen wore while practicing Tai Chi around my school back in the late 90s.  It is a familiar silhouette: the top is the same collarless round-neck shirt I’ve had made in many fabrics, and the pants are shaped just like all my perfect slim trousers.  When I like something, I dive into it heart first, and though I swim with caution, I let it consume me, head-to-toe.

red linen summer suit of my own design, Lanvin sandals

red linen summer suit of my own design, Lanvin sandals


Lanvin sandals

colorful soles on my Lanvin sandals


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  • Patrick Wilson
    July 17th, 2014 at 12:07 pm


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