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Unidentified Man at Fox Hunt

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The attached Vanity Fair fashion review will afford you a quick glance at the 1921 wardrobe enjoyed by those fashionable fellows who were part and parcel of that Wall Street clique who might today be called "the one percent".

The reviewer also looked at Chesterfield overcoats, classic fox hunting attire, wing collars and men's suiting from the early Twenties.

     


Clothing for Fox Hunters and Wall Streeters  (Vanity Fair Magazine, 1921)

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