A recent poll of British workers has shown that dress codes are becoming increasingly old-fashioned.
A recent poll of British workers has shown that dress codes are becoming increasingly old-fashioned. They found that only one in 10 employees wears a suit every day and only 18% regularly wear a tie. A similar trend is observed in most Western Countries.
Rael applauded saying 'this is a wonderful trend that was long due.”
He commented: “Finally, and thankfully, the ugliest man's fashion in history is disappearing. This elimination is not only important for beauty, but also has deep implications in terms of conformism and conservatism, both of which are thankfully disappearing as well.”
Rael has suffered repeated criticism about his outfit which he designed himself in order to encourage people to wear what they want and not what the fashionably correct is telling them to wear.
“Although this first step is small, I hope that original and "crazy" shapes will return in men fashion as they used to be for the major part of human history.” added Rael.
For him, fashion and creativity will also help create a more peaceful and tolerant society where differences are not only accepted but promoted. “The promotion of differences is the only way to avoid a terrible bureaucratic normalization imposed by centralized governments trying to impose more control over the population” explained Rael. “It starts with uniforms in schools, which should be forbidden worldwide because uniforms homogenize children, killing originality and creativity.”