Here's (above) Glenn Gould in the 1970s. I wonder if "Lawrence of Arabia" influenced this look. It reminds me of the flowing robes that Bedouins wore in that movie.
Here's Elvis Costello wearing the thrift store look. How do you like the "Saturday Night Fever" style on the guy on the far left?
Above, author Antoine de Saint-Exupery wearing a short, wide, hot water bottle tie.
Mike sez that the "Double Cross" fez (above) is no longer available. Joe just wrote in to say that the company reconsidered, and the fez is once more for sale. Better order it fast before they chage their minds again.
There's Ed Sullivan (above) again. I couldn't resist. How did he think of those poses?
Above, John Ford wearing the tight sweater and baggy pants that were popular in the teens and twenties. That look returned in the 70s.
Above, the plaid jacket and saddle shoes that were popular with young "angsty" intellectuals in the 60s.
Here's (above) the way saddle shoes were worn in the late 40s and early 50s. Interesting, huh?