..….That's my prediction and proclamation," he said with a laugh. "The film answers to both genders. We were going for realism and Greeks wore skirts all the time then." [Brad Pitt At Berlin Premier Of Troy]. Technically this could be a poll. Yet the poll area seems to be for AV topics. In a sense my question does concern the lack of impact of movies upon mens fashions. After Braveheart, Rob Roy, Formula 51, Four Weddings and a Funeral, A Life Less Ordianary, Intolerable Cruelty, Gladiator, Troy and Matrix, why isn’t there a brave new world of knobby knees and flapping (dashing) ankle length over coats http://www.bravehearts.us/images/mtro006g.jpg http://www.bravehearts.us/images/troybrad.jpg http://www.celebstation.org/picture/18049/Sean_Connery Would you try any of the above kilts/matrix like overcoats..? Why or why not? Men’s fashions are about as boring as it comes and really have not changed to any degree since the formation of America. First it was dungeree’s then jeans. And suits…..okay this year the lapel is wide …no thin…no double breasted. And Hats…first Tom Landry style hats 60 years …then ball caps.. 40 years ongoing. Really guys two base style versions of everything worn by Amercian males over 200 years is getting boring. Where are your hemlines going up and down?