This, from the Style section of yesterday's New York Times:
I like this Lanvin aesthetic.
I like the outfit on the guy on the far left. Chris wears that. The trousers may be a bit blousy for my taste, so maybe the trousers will be slimmer, like on the guy next to him. I like the boots and the wide belt. Maybe some understated-looking ranking insignia on the collar.
Chris is forever accompanied by his Special Attache, who is dressed in roughly similar fashion, though distinguished by a slightly different uniform.
The Special Attache is a beautiful young man, mid- to late twenties. He will have been through several years of diplomatic and linguistic training. He handles all of Chris' affairs.
Chris and his Special Attache have been together for several years. They have come to love one another in a respectful, distanced fashion. They are very protective of one another. They are inseparable. For metaphysics reasons that I find it difficult to understand much less explain, male love is the highest form of love. And that love need not be sullied with a 3-space expression.
Chris and his Special Attache can almost read each other's minds, that's how tuned in to each other they are.