On a show about nothing, the Seinfeld characters’ style followed in kind. Jerry appeared like a relatable, everyday man. The snarky Elaine remained loveable thanks to her safe, librarian-casual threads. And George often donned clothes that underscored his motto: “Every decision I’ve made in my entire life has been wrong.” (Kramer was the lone exception, a ladies’ man despite his peacocking tourist style—itself ordinary in its inelegance.) Their dressed-down appearances only drew more attention to the characters’ searing insight, intriguingly inappropriate endeavors, and uncanny ability to navigate the most awkward social situations. Their comedic innovation has proven timeless, and so too, it turns out, has their fashion sense. Check out our street-style slideshow to see how Seinfeld foretold normcore. Then watch the entire series, now streaming only on Hulu.
Mini Mike Bloomberg is playing poker with his foolhardy and unsuspecting Democrat rivals. He says that if he loses (he really means when!) in the primaries, he will spend money helping whoever the Democrat nominee is. By doing this, he figures, they won’t hit him as hard….
….during his hopeless “presidential” campaign. They will remain silent! The fact is, when Mini losses, he will be spending very little of his money on these “clowns” because he will consider himself to be the biggest clown of them all - and he will be right!