Everyone knows that the cutting edge of fashion isn’t in some haughty Parisian couture shop. It’s right here in the worlds track-jacket; Kaunas Lithuania, where Fashion comes to get that jew-free smell.
Understanding what is “steam”(Lithuanian for sizzlin’ nasty) and what is not can be swoon inducing. So I have painstakingly photographed over 5,000 Lithuanian men in various states of dress and carefully examined what lies beneath the seams.
Fascion File 1: “Ballin’ for Brezhnev
Lithuania is a Basketball champion and it shows in its citizenry. You may be fooled, but this aids infected father of three is not even from New York, but I assure you he knows its secret handshake. With his reflective shine he declares his readiness for stoning the elderly at the Kaunas Milk Bar. Appropriate Attire for: Church, Loitering, Thug Lyfe, Santa's Lap Inappropriate Attire for: Basketball, Funeral Casket, KFC Fascion File 2: Stalin for a Brawlin'
If Lithuania had a History, this would be the modern equivalent worn in the black tie hob-knobs of years not past. This contemporary gentric three piece demonstrates clean cut uniformity while imbuing the wearer with the chivalric urge to break the nose of those who soil a womans dignity by wearing kulak or even Polish skin. The Tuxedo version sports a coated black finish with golden stripes as pictured below. Some dandy dappers, presumably royalty, wear this version for everyday oustings.