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The morning coat, the uniform for hedonists

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Hugh Hefner is dead. With him, last morning man carrier of rank has left world, one must not be deceived. Even though Tom Ford wanted to make piece of clothing desirable again a few seasons ago, it has become so anachronistic as magazines for chaste nude photos.

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When contemporary men get loose, y wear casual wear as a hefner, y want to be athletic, and look as if y are hyperactive. Hefner's idea of ​​hedonism, on or hand, was militantly passive. As soon as he could afford it, he spent his days and nights hanging out in his mansion, drinking Scotch, placing jazz plates, and warming himself with soft, feminine bodies would.

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Why did he like to wear pajamas and morning coats? He once said, "Because y are so incredibly comfortable. And besides, a man wearing a pajama is laid quicker than one wearing a suit. "But that was, of course, coquetry routine in interview with a journalist who knew as well as he knew it was not true not so many women chased George Clooney.

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The truth is, a man in pajamas and a silk coat is only laid flat when he has become so famous and successful that world of suit carriers are stolen from him and he can write his own dresscode.

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Hefner had found his style early on: In first years of Playboy, when he had to work around clock, he wanted to wear something comfortable during night hours, so silk pajamas in black because color of solid Business people.

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As soon as he became successful, it was no longer a question that people would be looking for his shorts and hawaiian shirts, so he stayed with m, tailor-made silk pajamas, velvet or silk tuxedos by Rick Pallack Sherman Oaks and Nate Sherman in New York, play between 500 and 1000 dollars, on feet slippers of DeFabrizio and Neiman Marcus.

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It was uniform of a man who no longer needed to go out into world. The older he became, more he looked like an old man in room of a urological ward, but he still let everyone know that he came to his pleasure. Finally, re was Viagra, a blessing for hedonists in his age.

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He was now sitting in his Playboy Mansion, which he had bought in 1971 and had not belonged to him since summer of 2016 because he had sold it to a Greek billionaire for $ 100 million, managed his myth, which, unlike his business, had never suffered , and gave interviews, in which he celebrated himself as a friend of women. And wearing undisguised his tuxedo jacket, a piece of clothing that had become so iconic over years that grandiose world contempt sitcom "Curb Your Enthusiasm" devoted an own episode, which one in very cheap versions as costume in countless on- Shops.

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All or legendary morning jackets had long since died: Rat Pack, which had made him popular in 40's; Fred Astaire, who liked his so much that he was buried in one; Udo Jürgens, who always came back on stage with his white dressing gowns at his concerts, as a signal that he had given everything.

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Hefner had survived m all, almost as if he were going to stay so long until a worthy morning man carrier came along, not a downpour like dude in Big Lebowski, but a man who can still bring toger glamor and morning coats , Did not work out. Now morning coat is just something for men who want to play Playboy and are so ridiculous that y turn around on spot.

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