Loved the shoes he did for Peter Soms show. Those models could barely walk those heels were so high. I believe they were over 110 cm. Woof! But they were hot. He has a great sensse of bravado and just a hint vulgarity its still chic.
Yes, this is very choice–and a kind of model for cold-weather dressing-with-style. The vest IS inspired–but so’s the hat and scarf. (Interesting, by the way, to spot a trend: the revival of the “old-school” scarf, which seems to become newly fashionable every twenty-five years or so….)
Does anyone pay you to run this blog, take the pics, etc.? You deserve to be earning a 6-figure salary for what you do as the Sartorialist. Someone needs to pay you to fly around the world to capture more fleeting fashion fabulousness.
YAY Louboutin! I love his shoes and want at least six pairs of them. …and I am a bloke! Beautiful things are beautiful regardless and his shoes are fabulous. The only man who can give Blahnik a run for his money in the design stakes… in my humble opinion!
He looks utterly cold, but then when you’re as well off as he undoubtedly is, you can wear what you like and damn the consequences. No matter what he wears, he’s still the best shoe designer in a long while.
on another note, i find it interesting how everyone manages to remain sylish yet warm, this weather has thrown a curveball at our Fashion Week wardrobes, or at least i can attest as much for mine. I believe they were over 110 cm. Woof! But they were hot. He has a great sensse of bravado and just a hint vulgarity its still chic