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Gents,

I've stumbled upon the British comedy show "A Bit of Fry and Laurie". The clothing is pretty interesting and enjoyable to see but I can't tell if it's reflective of the times (the show aired from 1989-1995) or if they are used more like props for comedic effect (or both). The clothes in general make me think "trad".

As an aside, I like the mac jacket worn by Hugh Laurie at 3:36 of Season 1, ep 2 here:


Cheers,

-Chris
 

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You missed...the privatisation of the police force?!

Forty-seven ginger-headed sailors / Coming home across the briny sea...

There's a great cameo, by the way, of Fry and Laurie in The New Statesman, where Stephen Fry is in a very Thatcherite suit:
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