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New Victorians in New York Times


Today’s New York Times Style Section features an article and accompanying photoshoot addressing an emerging trend of Victorian revivalism. The renewed interest in Late 19th Century accoutrements and, to a lesser extent, themes in art, film, interior design and recreation, is largely based on a refined yet masculine aesthetic. While tweed rules the day as the material of choice, the classic look also includes several distinctive silhouettes, from the henley to the peacoat, and a few flashy details, such as lapels and oversize buttons.

The Times goes the extra mile with a period-piece photoshoot, shot with a tintype camera as per the technology of the day.



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