We've touched on a lot of these things individually, but Bill Cunningham's street style feature in Sunday's New York Times has to be applauded for its efficiency in showing such a large number of terrible style decisions at once. Clearly that wasn't the intention, but for better or for worse, we get a single sheet of images that visually makes the case against fedoras, baggy pants, foppishness in general, bow ties, facial hair, double-breasted suits, overbuttoning, bright plaid, pocket square explosions, wearing velvet slippers as dress shoes, douchey sunglasses, suspenders influenced by homoerotic bondage gear, white sneakers, grimy hipster deep v-necks, yellow pants, and the kinds of haircuts normally only seen in the recovery rooms at veterinary hospitals. Well done, Bill.

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