Perhaps I'm not so fashion to appreciate but there's something which doesn't match.. Too many different squares, too many colors, too much of everything. The best is the self confident face who wears the combination
This is like couture; hardly anyone wears it but it gives a vision of what is possible. Personally, I find it overwhelming but admire the deft mix of pattern. Do love all the blues. (Yes, I recognize who he is.)
Is that suit Etro? When I saw it at the store, I thought it was a little too flashy, but my does Hamish quieten it down superbly. Anyone who can mix these patterns together without making you dizzy or want to lose your stomach is a genius, which, of course, our Mr Bowles is.
so so fabulous….i'd love to see the shoes….and for some reason I'm curious what color his undergarments are….I'm not being crass…it just popped into my head. He's had such a good time with the rest of it…
Sorry, but what dies it together are his tie, shirt and coat. The suit itself lends nothing more than an abominable shape and discreetly distasteful pattern. Seen w/o said additions, or in other combinations (or even w/o the coat) – his suit would be ridiculed at best.
I was a fan, but now I'm in adoration, nobody does it like Hamish. This weekend I bought a suit of similiar pattern, but single breasted and with shorts (Dries Van Norten,) and I hope I do it as much justice…ROCK ON HAMISH.
Honestly, if anybody younger than 40 would pull off such an outfit, I would definitely say that he "overpaced" and looks like a clown and I would hate it… but if men of a certain age come around with such a look itÂ´s incredibly cool, because they incorporate a certain respectful aura!! Great look!
wow! his face looks like the lovely face of one of my lovers, his profession was climbing mountains, now he`s dead, falling down. I bought your book for my sister as present for her 55. birthday. wonderful fotos- like here!
the suit pattern is similar to something you would have on PJs. I am not a big fan of the suit, but the coat is amazing, as is the tie. the shirt goes terribly with the outfit because the outfit is busy enough as it is, and is even busier with the added design of the shirt. I would have gone with a solid color shirt
if he tried for once to wear a "normal" suit, he would not be recognized at all. i believe for people like hamish, this is the most important thing- above all to be seen (thus the get-up). otherwise, he would just be passed over for the ordinary (or below average) fellow that he is.
I love the way he has mixed the different shades of blue. The mixed patterns, themselves, are the icing on the cake. But i feel best of all is the matching of the golden orange in the tie and the golden Cardin buttons. Hamish is a great inspiration to me.