early 1960's feel to this photo… the hair, the height of the tie, the collar.. combine this with the new narrowness of men's trousers and jackets ..and you have a narrow silhouette..so there is a sleekness which has overtaken men's apparel.
I saw a film of you on fuji files and it actually made me cry. you look so sincere and passionate about your photography. to me you determine fashion, although it is not your first goal, but i love the fact how you see the world, we can learn so much from it. i love to watch people sitting on a terrace with a coffee. but you make such a beautiful compilation. I check out your blog everyday because it always makes me go like ooohhh and aahhh. please keep on making the world a little bit more beautiful with your photography
never saw such a collar – i feel it gives an androgyne/feminine soft touch compared to the usual collars, which needs a man very sure of his masculinity to wear it. He doesn't need to stress and show that he is a man, he just is one.
i find it always astonishing how such a little detail can tell so much about a person and inspire so many speculations.
This is such a nice portrait! I don't think I would have payed him so much attention if he was looking straight into the camera waiting to get his picture taken. He looks a bit thoughtful. The lightning is good. Maybe it is early evening in Florence?
Aaaaaah finally, a YOUNG man! Please, more like this – yes the senior gentlemen can be dapper and all that, but they've had decades of practise. There are many lovely, stylish males under 35. Please consider that perhaps most of your blogees are young females and sometimes we like to look at well-dressed boys that make our pulses race!