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Is Mark Zuckerberg using his anti-style style to tell fancy pants business men that he's better than them, or has he just earned the right to dress terribly? This Esquire writer believes it's the latter. Regardless of your personal opinion, his sartorial choice of a nondescript hoody worn to a Wall Street meeting (see the hood in question to the right) has made the most sartorial waves in the Financial District since tennis shoes with skirt suits. Or power ties. [Esquire]