This was the first time that I had been back to the museum since it had been renovated. Overwhelmed by its new minimalist aesthetic, I really got to soak in beauty of everything that was on display. In a special Ferrari exhibit, the walls were decorated by photos from the 50s all the way to the 70s. Fashion is a key way of identifying the era of the photo, since all the photos were in black in white.
I've never been into helmets for this very aesthetic. Every other helmet looks aggressive, and fairly ugly. It shouldn't look like your training for a triathlon when your commuting to work. My appreciation of dangerous racing eras led me to compare fashion and equipment of the past to todays standard. Clean and universal were the means of diluting the design to a more timeless piece.