I’m a Catholic, but I’ll admit it (or should I say «confess» it?): When Pope Benedict XVI announced his pending resignation, my first thought wasn’t religious. It was in fact downright superficial. «There goes the best-dressed pontiff ever!»
During his nearly eight years on the throne of St. Peter, Benedict has always looked absolutely perfect, sartorially speaking, whether garbed in elaborate vestments for an Easter liturgy or clad in the simple but meticulously tailored white caped cassock (it’s called a «simar» in church lingo) that he wears on more ordinary occasions. He’s been the Duke of Windsor of popes.
My own fashion sense is nearly nonexistent, but that only makes me more appreciative of Benedict’s.… Seguir leyendo »