The Lennox LewisEvander Holyfield heavyweight championship fight last Saturday night at the Garden may have ended in a controversial draw, but the punchy fashions favored by the audience were an uncontested knockout. While the sizable British
contingent was partial to traditional, if skewed, emblems of empire, representatives of the colonies were more eclectic,
alighting from their white stretch limos in everything from Fubu to fox fur.
Kilt by association
Three on a match
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on March 16, 1999