April 30, 1998 Fine and Dandy The men of New York are finally getting the clothes and accessories they want in their own personal styles By Jack Bettridge After decades at the mercy of designer labels intent on forcing men into narrow-hipped trousers, skinny ties, jackets with overpadded shoulders and whatever else fashion whim dictated, men have rediscovered the joys of clothes that work for them instead of the other way around.
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