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Make It Work: Street Style for the Sensitive German Renaissance Man

It’s 1520 in Augsburg, Germany, a bustling cosmopolitan city at the height of the Northern Renaissance. On his 23rd birthday, Matthäus Schwarz, a successful accountant with a flair for dressing well, launches a special project he calls his or “little book of clothe…

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