Kim Jong Il was a man who enjoyed the finer things. North Korea's Dear Leader, who died Dec. 17, 2011, was a cinephile who reportedly owned more than 20,000 movies, drank the finest scotch and wine and, as millions of his people starved, sent his chef around the world to buy delicacies, according to that person. Kim should have asked for some new clothes too. For decades, he padded around in an unflattering khaki safari suit, 5-in. heels to boost his diminutive height and enormous glasses and sunglasses that were, quite literally, never in style. During Kim's state funeral, held on Dec. 28, a limousine bore an enormous photo of the dictator, perhaps so the people who lined the parade route by the thousands and wept on command could glance at the Dear Leader's style one final time.