Hi Scott..great shot as always, you have such a great eye for composition/color. Are you doing any events while you are here? I'm always hoping that I will someday by chance see you on the street..here's to hoping! Enjoy your (busy) stay.
Wow! I'm not usually into bald men, but he's HOT! Love the jacket, & everything else, too…except that odd diagonal stitching on his jeans legs. It detracts, or maybe makes him more, MadMaxish…well done!
Looks very similar to an army green military style jacket I just bought. This dark blue jacket suits and compliments the man featured in this post. Very stylish look. Thanks for the post and have a great weekend. Dana
the folded up sleeves, the gold watch and all tones of blue. A sculptural head, classic pilot eyewear…Wow, and then such a thin cellphone in his hand. Just makes me want to see what's on the end of his necklace. I love simplicity of dress and this is elegant!
Love Milan's style. Mr Vukmirovic is the creative director of Trussardi 1911 and The Webster in Miami. He is cofounder of the famous Colette boutique in Paris. He usually wears his own design. I wonder the jacket is from spring 2011 Trussardi 1911. Those jeans look like Balmain. I wish there is a Trussardi store in California.
Personally see nothing outstanding about this. While acceptable, it's ostentatious at best. The aviators and gold watch are overbearing and pretentious together, the arrogant neckline is under what appears to be an unnecessary jacket, and the details on the jeans, which could be an intriguing detail in a more minimal combination appear garish.
Is it just me or does anyone else think that the cut of the zip flap is extremely, erm, flattering, for a man? It is already a well-known fact that a buttoned fly gives more volume than a zip fly, but this very large flap seems to give even more volume.
It's one of the interesting thing about jeans: because of the weight of the fabric, they do remodel the body far more than other trousers do (see how they are very flattering at the back, because of the extra band between the waist band and the legs, and how the positions, orientations etc. of the pockets are flattering too: even with the same cut, you cannot get that kind of effect with lighter fabrics – heavy flannel might do the trick though).
Thanks a lot for featuring men on your blog. It is very refreshing! & one of your USP.
I love this man. Every time you photograph him, he is looking sharp. I have a feeling there is no other option for him. Love the jacket and his jeans with the insets in a great but subtle pattern. One sexy man!
This gentleman has such an incredible sense of casual style in my opinion. He personifies the image of laid-back cool. I love the jacket and the shades. Then the contrast of his gold Rolex. He makes it look effortless.