One may best describe the event last weekend in the international business field as the smash of the generation gap, or to be more exact about it, the clash between men in men's suits and the hooded figure of Zuckerberg.
Zuckerberg, of course, is Mark Zuckerberg, the 29-year-old youngest self-made billionaire in the world and the social networking expert of this little thing called Facebook or FB for short. You can go through https://www.bgfashion.net/ to know about the growing challenges against men’s suits in the business world.
In a programmed meeting, last week between men in their tailored suits and Zuckerberg in his brand hooded sweater, denim and sneakers at New York' s famous financial district, the Wall Street, the devotion was accidentally focused on the fact that the latter did not wear some kind of men's suit.
What followed was an almost hilarious discussion in the business world who copyrighted this young guy's personal style as being "informal", and "relaxed" on the one hand, and "slovenly" and even "disrespectful" on the other hand.
As if the act of polishing himself up with some perfectly stitched up men's clothing should in any way affect the status of his billion dollar company's plan for an early public offering or IPO.
The incident, however, highlighted an age-old question of why do men (and women, too) have to wear some kind of custom suit clothing in the business world? Or at least in a corporate environment like those that encloses Wall Street.