Diddy single-handedly brings back the black tie dressing
Well, you had to imagine that if nobody was going to get us out of our late pandemic style rut and back in some high end evening wear, Diddy would be a pretty safe bet. And that is indeed what it was, swinging to Quality Control label manager Pierre “Pee” Thomas’ birthday party in Atlanta in a shiny white tuxedo. The silhouette is just right, the shoes perfectly polished, the bow tie deliciously oversized and properly draped. Looks like he’s about to have a really good night’s sleep, and nowhere near a Zoom screen. We’re not saying pull out your tuxedo on your first in-person game night in a year and a half. But we are not do not saying that either.
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