I’m a big fan of Mr. Cortina’s, but I personally don’t care for the “Capt. Kirk” boots. Do love the fact that you captured him on the same corner of the “Rainy Day” painting. Iconic gent at an iconic locale. Thanks, Sart.
Okay, Cortina, you always mess up a potentially good thing. First, SHAVE! Then you are no doubt aware this is a SUIT jacket and thus requires matching trousers. Instead you wear these gigoloish tight high waders with unspeakable 70′s Beatle? biker? Boots. You obviously think you look great but in Paris this won’t do. In fact only your homeland where your pusillanimous countrymen march up and down that damn Fortezza and display your imagined elegant plumage in a creepy sort of mating ritual. Grow up you ain’t that young anymore.
I know I shouldn’t jump to anyone’s defense esp. when not necessary (but being a lawyer I cannot help myself) because this is so uncalled for.. We get it Harry, you have some serious objections as to the outfit and styling, but, come on, he looks amazing, he can pull off anything and he oozes something irresistible, like Richard Burton vibes or something I yet have to define.
Amazing? To whom? I am glad you “got it” councilor, but he is an almagamation of two styles which clash and that should be indeed called for. It is simply puerile to dress half elegant half motorcycle punk and who is his constituency. Certainly here in NY if a man dressed like this he would be thought of a swish who is trying way too hard to be hip cool or whatever. And don’t come back with any PC garbage. Richard Burton (burp)would never have dressed like this- yeah this defining thing should go deeper. Read Alan Flusser maybe you’ll learn something