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In her review of some of the Paris men’s fashion shows last week, Cathy Horyn wrote, “[A]s we know, the suit doesn’t do the trick anymore. It’s not that the suit is an object of suspicion — not entirely, not if thousands of men coming through Grand Central every morning are still in suits. . . . Rather, the problem is that a suit, the silhouette of a suit, doesn’t visually engage us at the moment.”