His father Bernard is a great photographer, raised by Shinoyama. Voilà, it’s a wink! The dandy is not waddling, he confronts defiantly. He has a street panache. He dominates the small population of cafes and laundries. Taunting morals and diktats of a fashion that thinks itself divine. The dandy is not waddling, he is revolutionizing. The print does not matter, provided there is audacity? Admiration faints. Is it a double breasted jacket, a shirt that blooms, a skirt with folds, a tartan that is a must, or a hat that pops up. From references to irreverence, he draws a world...
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