These Foolish Things

July 2007
Military History;Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p12
The article reports that Marks & Spencer dropped Bryan Ferry, lead singer of the pop group Roxy Music, as a model for its men's wear collection after the singer made remarks supporting the Nazi regime's aesthetics. In his interview with German newspaper "Welt am Sonnag" (Sunday World), he praised the Nazi regime's aesthetic sensibilities. Ferry later apologized, saying his comments were solely made from an art history perspective.


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