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Archive for August 17th, 2007
I’m an idealist.
Real life clothes have wrinkles, real life hair has tangles, real life skin has bumps and pimples and pores that nothing can shrink. And many designers in Second Life are focused on making their creations as true to life as possible, recreating all these problems in the name of realism.
I say forget that! I want skin smooth as glass, hair that always looks good, clothes that never need ironing. If I could be an anime character, I would. (Preferably Riki.) I’ll never get that in real life, but in Second Life, all it takes is a good artist and some lindens!
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I became aware of how important shoes are to a man during the Clinton impeachment.
Before, I had assumed that shod equaled good, and so long as my wheels matched my belt (or nearly so, poverty’s limitations being what they were), I was golden. But it was David Boies who taught me wisdom. Boies was Clinton’s primary attorney during the impeachment hearings. Now, this is a man who ranks amongst the top 10, perhaps top five, attorneys in the world. The man lives in an 8,000 square foot Georgian-style pile of bricks in Westchester County. He’s got two wine cellars–one for bottles, and one for cases. And, beyond all human reason, the man wears Land’s End suits with black running shoes. All the time. In court. In the SUPREME Court.
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You may or may not have noticed, but Men’s Second Style is one year old today!Â At the beginning, this blog was called The Second Man (hence our domain name), but along the way we’ve come under the umbrella of Second Style Magazine, and so the name change.Â You can look back atÂ Nick’s very first welcome post here, and if you like you can scroll back through some of our early efforts to bring designers of men’s fashion to your attention.Â I think we’ve come a long way–there’s certainly a lot of water gone under the bridge!–and I hope you feel that we’ve become a useful resource for guys in search of what to wear in SL.
Here’s to a second yearÂ that’s as much fun as the first.Â I’d love to see the blog go in some exciting new directions, so if you have ideas–let us know!Â And remember…even better than aÂ great idea is a commitment to help make it happen.Â