Words + Styling ~ By Lyle Eero ~ 29 October 2016
hether it be gifting to the world of fashion the standard structural blueprint from which modern blazers, formal suiting/outerwear and sports coats were all respectively derived from (by way of traditional riding coats/tails and hacking/Norfolk jackets) or introducing the golden rules and classically irreproachable guidelines for what has become the most imperious and reverent of all formal dress forms (cravat blanche/white tie), contemporary menswear — including many of its stalwart evergreen wardrobing staples — certainly owes much (and will be forevermore in the debt) to equestrianism.
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