I know that I always tend to comment on people’s faces and atitudes and on the backgrounds instead of actually the outfits. But, I can’t help it, more by the outfit and the colors this gentleman is wearing, my eye is caught by his misterious face. Like other people commented above me, I wonder who he is…
a post-punk take on the Romantic consumptive poet look…? I love the colours! especially that silvery paving unfolding behind, and the slight redness and puffiness of his eyes, a slightly more…human (for want of a better word) touch against the sleekness of his look. And that little bright badge, I wonder what it says…
I am totally outside the fashion industry but this blog has me hooked. I have been frequenting it for months now and would say that my eye for colors has improved immeasureably. Photos like this one fascinate me and I study them carefully.
My shirt and tie collection has significantly improved and I get compliments now, which in Milano is NOT easy, since fashion is like a sport here that everyone plays.
Thanks so much to you all for sharpen the eye of this nearly color blind fool!
Indeed nice look! Love the jacket. With the epaulettes, the vertical zipperpockets and the big flap waist pockets. Is that a pin-on- button he is wearing at the top closure? Not to obvious, but gives the jacket that extra subtle detail. Slightly military, tailored, punk are words coming to mind. It rocks!
sure, cool jacket and simple approach…but does all it really take to make a great outfit is a cool jacket? He has paired with simple trousers and a tousled mop up top…hardly a forward look to me. It is a good, understated color match that works well…but as fashion guru is “greeny-blue” best you could descript? Then again, it is better than average styling for a guy…
Isn’t this dude some kind of writer/editor/janitor? for a magazine? Anyways, love the fit of the jacket and the color of the sweater. I’m wearing mine around the house because of this picture and I adore the bracelet. Very chic and understated in his own little way. Also miss the dog though.
such a poetic face, probably the American counterpart of Oli. Theyskens, which is rarely seen in U.S. young lads. i really like the cut, someone said a.p.c.? if so, they improved their cutting then, he looks good in the blue-collar blue and emerald green knitwear (both are quite difficult to pull off usually). I couldn’t help but notice the chain bracelet. Above all, he has that face and hairdo that draw all the attention. Lucky chap!
Giuseppe, I so do not agree with you. I think the fit is what makes him look amazing. Besides, the photo is titled “A Little Rock ‘n’ Roll”. Bigger would make him look conservative like everyone else. Maybe you just want his ensemble, but prefer it larger?
His clothes are NOT to small – it’s called fitted! … I realise most American men like the idea of wearing tents but fitted clothes are far more appealing. The fit is perfectly fine, he’s pretty lean – he doesn’t need overly baggy threads unless he’s trying to replicate 50 cent or someone like that – which I’m sure we would agree is not a great look.
then, his trousers fit him quite well. its not pulling at the crotch or n e thing like that. the jacket looks casual but tailored at the same time. hes got this sort of awkward posture and the hands in the pocket make me think of dork… but the cute dork.
Beautiful face on a beautiful man. It looks like everything he is wearing is APC from what I can see. The jacket is APC, and the sweater beneath is probably APC… He looks beautiful in their fall catalogue.
Do you know where can I find him? He is so gorgeous, i want him to be my boyfriend!
I agree about the whole fitted thing, its a very European ideal. Especially among British men. Most American men don’t understand or know how to wear nice tailored clothes. What a great jacket! Is he english?