Would it be wrong to say that Mosley leaned far to the futurist side of fascism than the more well known traditionalist ones? Like the early days of the Italian fascists his ideas were quite avant-garde with him later wanting to create a European superstate, he was somewhat technocratic as well. It feels like that with his party flag, symbolism and uniforms, the Mosleyite aesthetic just feels so futuristic, even today. Quite the contrary to men like Evola who seems to be on the opposite end of a very traditionalist fascism. The Strasserists had that vibe to them as well.