In the first photo, is he wearing a women’s blazer (circa 1990) over grey sweatpants? I think I’ve seen that look on the TV weather girl who thinks her bottom half won’t be on camera… And don’t even get me started on the blue-fur-chest-hair-shirt thing. He’s sportin’ a whole lot ‘o look and I’m lovin’ it!
He is so boyishly handsome. I love a statement jacket. I really like the colors he’s wearing in the 1st look. I like calming colors. I was trying to figure what his shirt is in the 1st picture, now i see it’s some sort of hair…it’s very interesting. i like the way it looks like some sort of print in the photo.
OK…I am totally lost here, I find both outfits hideous. Since when was this blog about how ‘cute’ or “handsome” someone is…elegance and style still have some basic criterias. His outfits remind me of some of the stuff some of my fellow student were putting together in my first year at studio bercot…give me a well cut suit or jeans and converse any day over this
put grey jogging trousers with a suit jacket and a furry shirt on the average guy and he will look like a complete twerp. the lesson to be learned here ? … if you’re pretty (and preferably work in fashion) the normal rules do not apply.
What can I say about the hair shirt in the first picture? This is something the ballet dancer, Rudolf Nureyev might have worn in Afternoon of a Faun ballet. Style means sometimes you really have to be daring and go for it!!
He looks great – When i first saw those fuzzy sweaters in the runway videos i thought they were cool but had some trouble picturing them on the street.. he does it perfectly, casually “no big deal”. Like his Portfolios too. Bet there’s going to be a debate about the pants (the Ugly American sweats thing) i just got a pair of Yohji’s Y-3 version and am pretty happy with them in an all black dress ‘em Up combo.
Aching perfection although I don't believe in the concept of "perfection". I imagine walking the street of Paris all day in the company of this man rambling about the randomness of life and to end it with a bittersweet kiss.