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November 13, 2009

Paul Stuart, Button-Down (gone wrong), 1974


Source:

New York Magazine - 3/18/74

6 comments:

Richard M said...

Very wrong.

OldSchool said...

Fortunately, it was exclusive and didn't spread to other makers.

Scott said...

I take it from that bib he's wearing he's about to tuck into a lobster.

Scott

Anonymous said...

Didn't Congressman Charlie Wilson have an affinity for shirts like this?

Anonymous said...

Yes, Charlie Wilson wore epaulets on most of his shirts. And most had button-down collars. Custom-made, I suppose, to keep his braces in check. Tom Hanks wore such a shirt in "Charlie Wilson's War". - Tucker

Patrick said...

I'd wear it, just for laughs