Well, it is a classic combination blue, blue and blue do always go together but the Lauren Hutton gap toothed smile makes the shot. Happy, confident, ties a good windsor knot (it is a windsor knot no?) this guy rocks
But I must object to, first, the collar, which, to my mind, is overly stiff–so stiff, it buckles. And to the double (triple?) windsor, whose final size, albeit in a spread collar, is exaggeratedly large.
(Don’t mind the “controversial” double tie dimple, which works with the oversize knot.)
Gorgeous shots of the shirts, Scott. Gorgeous. Your friend, Mory, is just yummy. And I love the air tie shot – the guy’s hair, complexion and the sandstone in the background all play well together. Bravo!
My name is Antonio, I’m 38, and I’m writing to you from Portugal, I read about you for the first time at GQ (I subscribe the american issues)) and I have to say that you have been making a wonderful job. You’re very inspiring, please keep up the good work!
Owens prefers the ‘classic, smooth brushed-out look’,
stating, ‘Classics never go out of style. The city has everything including fine restaurants,
shopping malls, and hotels that will inspire you to stay.
Braids are regarded as a cultural trait of the African people, and
they can also be a fashion statement.