This is also such a wonderful picture, of such an attractive man. I love his curly hair and the way he combines all those soft cramy colours, the scarff, the long sleeved T-shirt and the belt. Not a fan of moustaches and shorts (those are shorts, aren’t they?), but as for the shorts, if he’s in the beach, it’s all right.
This is the kind of laid back look im looking for. the scarf is the most important piece but notice the belt? its not buckled up.the tshirt is shredded (must be comfortable and whats more comfortable than chinos?
You know I’m usually not big on scarfs, particularly when it’s not winter and when the scarf has a print on it, but he makes it look cool. I think I’m going to try that this spring. Getting me out of my fashion box, good job Sat. The glasses are also pretty good.
Congratulations Sart! It’s great to see more and more people of different ethnicities and complexions here. There is an ever increasing number of viewers of your blog all over the world. Greetings from Peru!
Wow, Sart. Every photo taken from Hyeres that you posted seem to be excellent and on point. The Mediterranean sunset appears to give the right mood, setting and lighting for your fashion photography.
Love this shot, too. This guy appears to exude an image that is a cross between an intellect and a West African musician (he reminds me of the guy from Tinariwen). Perhaps he really is an intellectual West African musician?
One thing though, are those shorts or chino pants?
Does he actually wear the belt that way when he’s not posing? If not, why is it that way for this photo? The pants are great. Good fit and the button-fly adds a bit of flair. The torn undershirt doesn’t work for me. Old/worn/frayed is fine, but new/pre-ripped/torn is too intentional for casual clothing.
The belt detail is what does it for me in this picture. For those of you who don’t realize, its a longer belt that he has looped back. I always wonder what to do with longer belts like this. Now i know!
This is an example of what the everyday man should look like. Nothing outrageously overstated (ie. minimal), yet a lot more refined and put together (not in a bad way) than what the average American man would normally wear.
As much as I love the bespoke, sartorial look that largely composes your site, to me this is “style”. This man understands what is right for him.
On a simple breakdown of the colors in the clothes to his skin tone, I would say this has “knowing” written all over it. Only to be added to by the scarf.
he’s almost as gorgeous as his designs! and i second whomever mentioned rick owens. i never thought i’d say this, but i think i’m having a leather-fetish-moment. and thick drapey knits-fetish. it’s not even summer yet, but i can’t wait for fall if only to wear haider ackermann. i’m just hoping the leather-fetish-moment doesn’t extend far past my closet….
He’s gorgeous and the colour combination with the t-shirt and scarf is great. Absolutely nothing studied and stilted. Once again – you either have it or you don’t. Has nothing to do with money, or marketing. Please provide more of these shots. I like these photos the most when there is no agenda with them.