Did Louis Vuitton show in the street this year? This medium blue on brown layering is a great find. I wonder what colour his shoes were – hopefully a darker shade of brown? The patterned coat completes the outfit well but I wish we'd see this man without it!
I think this photo shows how androgynous certain fabrics can be, and also how a subject chooses to wear a piece…the double cuff for example and also the sweetness of that collared shirt when there is no tie. Interesting.
This elegant pop-starry creature is a throwback to an '80s style that history seems to have forgotten _ the posh British tweed, the small neo-mod collars, the pale post-punk complexion and, of course, the very groovy undercut with floppy forelock. Blimey! Boys looked so good then. As this one does now.
groovergreen, you took the words right out of my mouth! I was thinking that he reminds me of someone from Aztec Camera or Orange Juice when they were starting out. He reeks of the Postcard label – oh so pale, cerebral and artfully disaffected. I want to pop a battered Penguin paperback in the pocket of this pale neo-Victorian and whisk him to the streets of Glasgow! :-)
Love the entire outfit, but yes I too would like to see a tie. Once again, I acknowledge the youth for their sense of style. Wow, just think what he'll look like ten years from now. He has a look of someone already in the business. Great jacket!
Hannes Hetta!! One again at the Sartorialist.. What a pleasure! Great Style as usual, but what else would you expect from one of the best men's fashion stylist? Did Terry Saxon took care of your hair? ;-)
What is it with the fashion world? Great this and that, and lousy expression. Why do these who "have" look so miserable, or have an attitude? He looks like Kenneth from 30 Rock without the warmth and personality.