Wish his trouser length was a bit shorter, and would like to see more of the suit (jacket) which is covered up by his overcoat (which doesn’t look too great), but his dreads definitely give his look a unique flair that makes you disregard any sartorial “rules” he’s breaking (like his tie that seems tied too long). Nice color on the suit, and the shoes.
Like the shoes BUT the pants are (way) too long; in fact, everything–dreds, extra-long tie, scarf, pants–conspires to add length to this already tall gentleman. Coat length does have a mitigating effect, however….
That’s Elvis Mitchell, former movie critic for the NY Times; an unabashed clothes horse. Nice look. Definitely reflects his reputed ‘self-assuredness.’ He interviewed Browne a few months ago about the short film Browne did for his S/S collection.
I thought that was Elvis Mitchell. This is the first time I’ve seen him with long dreads. Sigh…I probably won’t let mine get that long but I do look forward to having them be salt-and-pepper. Another great pic!
Dude, we know it’s impossible to be in two places at the same time. But the John Varvatos show Monday night at Top of the World downtown was incredible. Thom Browne’s movement toward the man-skirt and thigh socks is bold and quite possibly true genius. However, the Varvatos line is incredibly wearable and bold, but without going over the precipice.
I have to say it, he looks okay-ish, but I HATE suits.
They are just school uniform for the big boys. Look at what men wore in the 17th/18th centuries and how much we’ve fallen. Most of that is because of the redneck paranoia of being thought gay… as if that actually mattered.
Dress codes are for good little soldiers, schoolboys… sheep. The truly stylish don’t care what everyone else thinks they look like because they define themselves.