The simultaneous openings of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria's Andy Warhol: Larger than Life exhibit and the Sex and the City movie -- and my determination to attend both last Thursday night -- revealed some interesting things about the state of fashion in this city. [...]
What was unforgivable about the gala -- or at least what I think Andy would have found unforgivable -- were the number of folks who shlepped in wearing T-shirts, Gore-Tex and ratty sneakers.
I recently attended a Christening and a couple of funerals and was surprised at the number of grown men wearing golf shirts and casual pants. Jeez, would it kill you to put on a jacket for an hour? I mean, these guys in the 1930s were unemployed and they managed to have enough self-respect to want to make a good impression:
It's remarkable how we resemble our neighbours in Washington:
Pemco salutes Socks and Sandals Guy