Say dress shirts, and “The Son of Man” instantly comes to mind—at least for me. It’s a painting by René Magritte, reputedly a self-portrait by the famed Surrealist, that depicts a gentleman standing erect in front of a wall, looking forward, his face covered by an oversized green leafed apple. He wears an unmissable bowler cap, gray overcoat, red tie, and a dress shirt, this one with a point collar. It is a representation of civility meeting temptation, a work that reflects one man and every man. Fans of The Thomas Crown Affair remake will understand what I mean. Read more at Esquire.