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Michael Bastian on the Gant Man

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"I’d say my guy is in his thirties or forties. The Gant guy is a younger brother—he just graduated from college and is putting together the key elements of his wardrobe. He doesn’t care if the sleeve is hand-set. He just wants a good navy blazer so he can get the phone number in the bar. The goals are different." [T]