You know Scott, this is a difficult thing to say, but I think he is my favorite of your regulars. He's just so cool and hot at the same time and he has style to burn (eg. he can wear a chocolate brown tie with electric blue pants and make them look harmonious)!
This was hard cos it was a tie between him and Giovanna, plus there are the other other favs like Yasmin Sewell and Eva etc but I think, for me, he wins.
someone please tell me that the beauty of his pants (which is such an amazing pop of color) and the tie/bow on the shoe doesn't look amazing— i clearly need those pants in my life…and if they come in shorts
I can very much appreciate the blue pants, it brings something new to the party.. Also the small wristbands in combination with the outfit remind me of a some great outfits I've seen this summer.. lovely!
I love how all the fabrics in the outfit are of more or less the same weight, they seem to go together very well. It appears that both shirt and jacket have some sort of plaid on them? Interesting combination. He is wearing Belgian Loafers, which are always identifiable, togehter with Stubbs and Wootton. Love the outfit! Jorge from WPB
I am going to start following this man's Golden Rule…wear something that pops!! I like the pants, the jacket could be livelier, but consider this source of such style. Mr. R could make brown burlap look like the newest style you want to own. One of your finer subjects!!
I'd love to see this man standing up. Whe I first saw this photo, all I really notices was the bright blue pants. Coming back to it today I realize the three different shades and of blue perfectly set off by the two shades of red, not to mention all the different and luscious textures. Beautiful. Andersonesque.
Ditto to what Scott W said. I've been looking for the sartorial interpretation of Yves Klein's famous blue. Does anybody make these pants in a women's 28, or any women's clothing in this color for that matter?
Great photo Sart. Those trousers and tassel loafers look smashing together. The electric blue colour of the pants, in particular, makes me dream electric dreams. The chap's haircut isn't bad either. Beautiful.
This color scheme works well because of Mr. Rubinacci's deep blue eye color which is hard to tell from this picture. People forget or never even consider that their eye/hair color works well to bring out colors not necessarily associated with general color palettes…
So those of you rueing about your red hair, get over it and be expressive!
Very daring and the blue really is electrifying. But for me, that's all I can see of the outfit and it has no balance. I'd prefer to make a statement with a tie or socks, something that doesn't detract from the whole ensemble. Clearly in the minority on this one though!
The slip ons are in fact from Rubinacci – yes they are almost exactly the same as the Belgian shoes out of NYC but these come in suede and the lighter colours all have contrast piping. Have a pair from Rubinacci in Mount Street that are grey with deep burgundy contrast. Very smart man this Mr R.