Esquire's decision to bestow the pope with the fashionable title of "Best Dressed Man of 2013" was supported by Fashion Institute of Technology assistant professor Mark-Evan Blackman who declared the papal fashion "really does reflect the mindset behind it." New York University associate professor Ann Pellegrini concurred, noting "The humility of his garments offers a way to visibly display his theological and material concerns for the poor. This Holy Roman emperor really does have new clothes."
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