Discussion on yesterdays post brought to light some interesting sentiments on the topic of what constitutes elegance and style. Alexander Kraft was the first to raise the salient point of how ones ‘character’ remains inextricably linked to their style and ‘how’ society shall remember them.
Sonya of The Parisian Gentleman echoed Alexander’s thoughts to some extent, suggesting that there is perhaps "plenty of Dukes who would do well to reconcile their personal character with their sartorial excellence”, and that she wouldn’t dare exclude herself “from such internal and external examination”. Then there was a gentleman who proposed that ‘style’ needn’t correlate with personality and can remain a purely aesthetic function. Again, an entirely valid point, considering that many of of us have indeed appreciated the beauty of clothing adorning a mannequin before.
As ever with such matters, there were no right or wrong answers - each persons view was distilled by a different set of values and ideals. It is unlikely however, that there will be any debate over the irrepressible elegance of Yasuto Kamoshita, whose style and grace align in perfect harmony - speaking a language of effortlessness that few others of the 21st century have. @kamoshita@firstname.lastname@example.org
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