New Men's Khakis Have a Distinctive Style Edge

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New Men's Khakis Have a Distinctive Style Edge

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BEIGE AND NONDESCRIPT, khakis are the most common form of fashion camouflage. “Oh, don’t mind me, I’m just another cubicle-bound commuter,” they mutter on the street and in the subway. “I’m here to blend, not offend,” they whisper at the water cooler. Khakis peaked as a style statement in the early 1990s, when Gap ran their notable “They Wore Khakis” print-ad campaign, featuring such icons as Frank Sinatra, Pablo Picasso and John Wayne in them. At the time, those titans lent a certain cool to the ho-hum basic, yet for most of us, the tan trouser remained a mere olive in the martini glass, not the whole swanky…

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