By  on April 25, 2018

Brooks Brothers’ decision to hire Zac Posen as creative director of its women’s collections in 2014 raised a few eyebrows. What would “the oldest clothing retailer” in America, as the company bills itself — and one of the most conservative — want with a designer who built his reputation on high-octane red carpet dresses, done with anatomical seams, Old Hollywood flair and yards of silk faille? Was the country’s bastion of preppy, white-collar office attire considering eveningwear?

Not really.

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