The "Goldilocks zone" for sartorial transgression reminds me of Brecht his distancing effect in theater. This aiming at a postponed identification as opposed to an automatic one raises consciousness. It calls into remembrance that there is no pure and purely expressive image, which opens up space for both critical and personal usage of stylistic elements.

The "Goldilocks zone" for sartorial transgression reminds me of Brecht his distancing effect in theater. This aiming at a postponed identification as opposed to an automatic one raises consciousness. It calls into remembrance that there is no pure and purely expressive image, which opens up space for both critical and personal usage of stylistic elements.

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"What better #haircolor could be used on a #MaleModel than #BlueSteel ❄️!? Celebrity #stylist ✂️ @zoewiepert applied this #silver shade of #ManicPanic over blonde ☀️ #hair to make this hunk even more #handsome than before. Since this #dye was released a few months ago, it's quickly become one of our #bestsellers and is even now available in the #Amplified ⚡️ formula!

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