Interesting layering. Can’t say that I love it. It’s a fine line between avant garde stylish and colourful hobo. It’s the eyes of the beholder I imagine. Geez, I hope this doesn’t come across as really mean. He’s obviously a great looking guy, but his sweater just looks itchy and I just don’t like this particular look.
Wow, I’m slightly confused and intrigued at the same time. What is this pajama/track clothes cross-over with a jacket thrown over? I like the way the sleeves fit and look as through they have been pushed up but then pulled down because its cold.
It actually looks like he’s wearing two (very different) outfits ! The blazer and the burgundy pants vs the sweater and the shorts. I am trying to disregard the sweater and shorts though, because that blazer and the color of those pants are just amazing !
Most unusual! I am wondering what occasion he is dressed for. Walking to the gym? Going to work? Breakfast out? And I would love to see what he wears tomorrow and the next day, to see if this is a consistent aesthetic for him. Did he just throw this together, or is he thoughtful about dressing? Is he a fan of funky knits and jackets in general?
I have to love this look, just because it raises questions for me about the person in the clothes. I want style to be intriguing, personal, and right for the moment. This gentleman takes my brain in that direction.
many people say he’s cool, but I think you say that only because you see this photo published here! But if you saw this guy on a normal day walking around or in the underground you would really think that he’s homeless!
axe the over-sized sweater and shorts and you have a truly inspired look! he has such a great build and that blazer fits beautifully well add the maroon pants and you have a great outfit!
*some times we try too hard to be “different”*
This is great. If this is what homeless looks like to someone they must be living in a pretty swanky hood. All of it works for me. The color, the line, the shape, the proportion. Different? Of course. We will see more and more indications of this still in mens wear moving forward.
He’s unique,however couldn’t say what he wants to achieve through this…Honestly,without the blue pants would be better!
p.s please if you’re cold in the winter do wear your coat!A coat fulfills a winter outfit!
The iron gate and spikes juxtaposed to his confident stance punctuate, like exclamation points, his brave style. I can’t help noticing your use of background as a complement to your subjects’ fashion sense, and how it enhances the composition.
Homeless? Out to get a carton of milk in his jammies. Ha — don’t think so. Try Damir Doma Jacket and crew neck sweater, Dries Van Noen Picard shorts and pants and Ann Demeulemeester sneakers. You can see it/buy it at http://www.ln-cc.com/men/icat/mens/. And if you have abou $3,500 you too can look like that. A little out of reach for most of the homeless even in Paris.
AWESOME. I check the Sartorialist all the time, but this is the first time I’ve felt moved to comment. So great to see a guy experimenting with chic! I think he should go further and replace the shorts with a skirt, a la McQueen.
Well, its John Skelton, who created ln-cc so I’m not sure you can say it isn’t his look. He’s combined pieces from the collections he’s chosen.
I’m glad to know it can all be found at thrift stores. Must make the folks who actually buy those designer pieces feel pretty foolish.
The way this man wears the clothes is effortless and natural. He is in his element. I believe this is the type of effect designers aim for? I find the look interesting because it gives the man more shape, filling out his lower half. Those look like skinny jeans underneath, which is why the shorts over the pants are so interesting…we know he has them on underneath, but he does feel the need to show it!
even the guys are going all pigeon toed when they pose.. QUIT IT.
hate the messy beard look on hipster dudes.
hate the smoking on all these peeps..are you just taking photos
of the smokers that hang outside entrances?
just despise this sort of thing.
the fence is fabulous however.
Este estilo es el mio. Me gusta!!! La americana sin solapa contrastada con el jersey de punto consigue la parte mas sport de una americana y de un estilo urbano. La parte que no me gusta es la inferior; yo le pondrĂa unos pantalones anchotes en tonos grises con unas buenas zapas.
I would love to be a sample sewer for this bafitueul blazer! Even though I have little girl (2,5 years old). Could be very cute to sew a little sporty blazer for her and combine it with a girly skirt. I have a camera and a blog, too :)firstname.lastname@example.orgHope it is ok with you, that I live in Germany. I’m sure my readers would like to know about such a nice blazer!