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Jason Basmajian of Gieves & Hawkes:
“Art and fashion both reflect culture and the mood around us. They are powerful because they communicate ideas, demonstrate creativity, exhilarate, provoke thought, or allow you to just revel in their respective beauties. Both are extensions of personality, yet deeply individual and subjective. Sure, anyone can buy ‘good art’ but anyone can also buy into fashion, especially if they have the money. However, what is really important is an individual’s sense of style. This is what comes naturally, it informs our choices in both worlds and is a reflection of how we see ourselves and showcase this to others. Style is a code on how we lie our lives and want to be remembered.”
Source: outtheremagazine.com

Jason Basmajian of Gieves & Hawkes:

Art and fashion both reflect culture and the mood around us. They are powerful because they communicate ideas, demonstrate creativity, exhilarate, provoke thought, or allow you to just revel in their respective beauties. Both are extensions of personality, yet deeply individual and subjective. Sure, anyone can buy ‘good art’ but anyone can also buy into fashion, especially if they have the money. However, what is really important is an individual’s sense of style. This is what comes naturally, it informs our choices in both worlds and is a reflection of how we see ourselves and showcase this to others. Style is a code on how we lie our lives and want to be remembered.”

Source: outtheremagazine.com

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A gentleman is the one who distinguishes himself from the masses, with a touch of eccentricity. But not the kind of eccentricity you notice before noticing the man. I do believe in dress codes, however, as I think a gentleman should wear the right clothes at the right place. A gentleman can be a surfer or a banker in a suit-and-tie. Surfers are gentlemen in their own way, in the sense that you’ll never spot a surfer catching a wave in a slip; he’ll always wear swim shorts. Keep in mind that a dress code has many sides to it. I always like to teeter on the edge of a dress code in order to maintain a sense of individuality.
Luca Rubinacci.

(Source: gq.co.za)

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