"Fashion changes, but style endures."
(Attributed to Coco Chanel)
It's true. We often use those two words—fashion and style—interchangeably. People in the business, and increasingly, people in professions with high visibility, understand the distinction.
A person can be both unfashionable and lacking in style. A person can be fashionable but not really stylish. However, a person who exhibits a strong sense of style seems to bypass the trendy and ever changing popularity contest that manages to turn heads more out of curiosity or alarm than a simple recognition of meaningful expression and attentiveness to details.
Admittedly, this distinction can be subtle at times. Especially during certain decades where all the professional people do everything they can to avoid the "dated" look.
If you care about these matters—or you just appreciate seeing (or being) a well-dressed man or woman—then this edition of FRONT is "well-suited" for you.
Button up. Fly right. And enjoy.