Im a very thin guy so i dont think id be able to have this look(rolled up sleeves on a short sleeve shirt) but its nicely done i like the fact that he has two pockets in his shirt but they are not easily visible. The red and blue of the shirt go well with the green leaves in the scenery. Nice photography. Keep up the good work.
The short-sleeve gingham looks great on him, although I would be afraid to try this look in a short sleeve. In a long sleeve, it is a classic, and I wear mine as often as shirt-rotating allows. Maybe it is the sum of the shirt, the wallet chain and his gorgeous features, could it be? Jorge from West Palm Beach
I also am surprised that this is how he dresses, given his work for Givenchy. At first glance, it looks very American, what dads in Pasadena might wear, but I’m sure if one sees the whole picture, including the way he carries himself, there would be no confusion. He’s obviously very aware of playing with various codes and makes a sophisticated statement.
Yesssss!!! yessss!!! I think that this pic is a great lesson: Tisci is a wizard, his dresses are dreams and emotions, but he does not need to show his talent or his “status” (the cell phone is perfect) Please forgive me for my english….
Speaking about designers, Stephano Pilati (not sure if the name is written correctly), YSL top designer, also dresses simply and I think he is so perfect. Love him. Quite different than K.L,WHO REALLY LOOKS BIZARRE!
Love that a picture of him is here and so many people are clueless about him. It’s cool he sticks to his uniform, but it’s so far away from his incredibly creative work for Givenchy, a little like McQueen in that regard I suppose…. I’m a fan.