BEER + TEA!: guys, he is not french nor italian. A canadian artist? (interior & design, or maybe, painting)
The sartorialist has pointed it out a number of times : one of the most passionate things about this blog is to try to imagine who this person could be, and what his life is about.. Totally agree !
Ooooh LOVE LOVE LOVE! This man is bold
I’m a lover of clashing, unexpected colour combinations. If you look hard though this jacket is the hero, but the bold statement pieces make the look as a whole something special.
Everything looks great elegant fashionable nice look ..i just can’t understand this B.. on his head made him looks so tired and old..it looks great on a young face ..and it’s necessary when it’s snowing or in the mountain or with extreme wind..but sitting in a cafe in Paris…this is the part when i said that fashionable object..clothes are not for everybody…
Would be really good with different socks and no beanie. As someone else mentioned, a beanie when it’s not necessary to keep warm tends to make anyone over the age of 40 (myself included) look a bit hard. But hey, that’s just my opinion.
Hey, it may be cold outside, and if the guy has no hair, you can really feel cold, you loose most of you heat by the head.
And like my boyfriend, he might feel cold from wit the head not covered !
People have different cold sensitivities, for me it’s the neck and at the same time I can wear pumps without socks.
My kind of guy, with a few miles, and undoubtedly interesting stories on him. I’d far rather hang with him than some opinionated nobody who has an issue with his…socks. Please. The real world does not dress according to “fashion” rules.
I enjoy this pic. It reminds me of the poor people in Toronto who try to beg for a cup of Java money. The guy looks worn out from work and needing a cup of Java and a cigarette ( which is not in style much any more ) .
Love the focus of the pic…..his moment of relaxation ….