« You have to be perfect » repeated again and again my father when I was young. Workaholic, it was essential for him to be well dressed to have a good image. He claimed three core values that have ensured his success and notoriety in his career: the expertise, the know-how, the well-groomed appearance.
The well-groomed appearance was a success factor in his professional ethics. Leader of a major law firm he claimed that « convince begins with the appearance and the image that we give of self. » He felt obliged to be always elegant and refined in his 3 piece suit, it was, for its employees, a part of his identity as a leader. I regret that he could not attend today at the Men Fair "Oh Boy", held at Carousel du Louvre.
The man honored with a capital H
« Why only women should be a symbol of elegance and aesthetics? » Wondered Caroline Clough-Lacoste, Lacoste and Anthony Jerome Dernis. The trio claimed that the 21st century sees its codes changed, this is why for the three past editions, the hedonistic and contemporary man is honored.
Fashion, sport or the Art of Living are the major themes of this fair, they are intended to seduce and surprise its visitors, male as female. Ladies remember « behind every great man there is a woman » they will probably request your expert eyes on the aesthetics of his next suit, because after all, if he tries to modernize himself this is for attract your attention.
Remember dear readers « For me to dress is a form of self-expression. There is evidence that you are in what you wear. » Said Marc Jacobs, I can only go in his direction...