So I know George wears classics and classics are always in style, but I still think it’s a pretty awesome comparison. I threw it together this morning.
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[...] This is kind of brilliant. Start & Finish pulled together a bunch of Costanza looks that could practically form a guide to dressing the modern hipster. In the tradition of style icons like Woody Allen and Fred Rogers, Costanza proves that sometimes there’s nothing so cool as being painfully not. Well played, Biff. [...]
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[...] 23, 2010 · Leave a Comment Sebastian Speier made the following keen observation about George [...]
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[...] post, obviously, because I have a lot to catch up on. The last post was in June, right after my Costanza post blew up. Basically, the year was tough; life threw tragedy and hardship our way and and I [...]
[...] to look on the internet if I find anything about him and came across a very funny picture, done by Sebastian Speier, which deals with George Costanza being [...]
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[...] this a thing? Yes, indeed, it is a thing. It turns out that, much in the same way George Costanza predicted today’s prevailing menswear trends, there is a lovely single-serving Tumblr that shows us Roseanne’s Aunt Jackie did, indeed, [...]
Be sure this generation spent so much time watching “Seinfield”, that their only way to match clothes, is Constanza’s way. Poor kids.
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