Wes Anderson remains the undefeated king of the corduroy suit
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Friday brought the release of Anderson’s long delay The French dispatch. Being a film by Wes Anderson, TFD is almost inconsiderately stylish: clothes aren’t the main thing, but every character dresses pretty much exactly the way you’d like, from the groundbreaking green student of Timothée Chalamet to the funky ’70s food writer of Jeffrey Wright . Of course, no one does it as well as the maestro himself. Wes has settled into a simple uniform of plush corduroy suits, and no one does it better.
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Second best thing after corduroy (or maybe just as good, depending on your mood): velor, which is basically corduroy with no ridges.
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I look pretty, pretty, pretty, good.
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