I would not turn my head if I saw this young gentleman on some other fashionblog or in real life. But on Sart I turn to the finer details. Rimbaud never goes out of style and on this casual frenchman it all comes together.
LOVE this! his patched shirt, the hair, neckerchief and the pushed up sleeves of the unstructured jacket. i love the background colour too – it makes the whole ensemble really pop. Beautiful photo, Sart.
The lighting of the picture is spectacular. The soft construction jacket is nice but too large for him (shoulder seams vs. his shoulders). The shirt is torn in a couple of spots- my rule is when you wear something worn or torn (jeans), then the rest of your outfit should be crisp or very basic; and I dont think that is the case here. Pushed-up sleeves have already been discussed enough on this blog, IMO. Nice looking guy- model? Jorge from W Palm Beach
This guy is unbelievably stylish. I loved him in the last shot you took, Sart, and I love his look now as well. His hair is also completely awesome. Despite the fact I’m a girl, he totally my style inspiration.
What a beautiful picture! And what a gorgeous guy! In a way very daring, this outfit; the rolled up sleeves, the scarf; not macho at all. But him holding a sigaret and a beerbottle makes up for the softness. Nice haircut too. This guy knows how to dress without making it too obvious. Thanks Jrn
Best worn by a little-heard-of painter residing in a cheap loft, furnished with a three-legged table (a stack of books substituting for one leg) and a broken mattress on the floor, who bought all these garments in a second-hand shop
If he’s really a stock broker and bought everything new… bah!
Just a note- I rocked the same hair when I was a high high school girl circa 1985. I had moved from L.A. to Staten Island NY, the epicenter of the big hair pandemic. I might as well have been from Mars…but he looks very cute in a nonthreatening 11 year old girl crush kinda way. Not loving the neckerchief…a bit farmerish paired with the denim.