Woody Hochswender talks about how advertisements of & for men have changed since the eighties.
Rugged sensibility sweeping fashion. How Men's fashion has changed.
The Corporate Uniform giving way to Tribal behavior: tattoos, body piercing, body branding & body modification. Not trusting "suits" & money men.
Bill Clinton's role in distrusting money ($200 haircut) even though he's a more casual president.
Talks about past generations negating the values of the generation past starting with 1960s.
1960s Peacock Revolution & how we are moving away from formality.
Description: Interview with WOODY HOCHSWENDER of ESQUIRE talks about Men of the 90s. (8/2/93) Tape #4.
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