Yes, a shot such as this reveals quite clearly the elegance of a particularly well cut suit. I’d like to know the designer (and if they do women’s!). The colours are understated but draw the eye. And what gorgeously chiseled features he has. I suppose his lean form works well with this suit’s structure.
I love this study of his face-his ears, the lock of hair. This picture's not about the clothes–they're supporting players only. Love the out-of-focus colors and shapes in the background complementing this portrait.
And just yesterday I commented about needing to wear one light-reflecting element. I stand corrected, this is a great outfit! I would love it even more if his long sleeves protruded an inch or so from his jacket cuffs. Jorge from WPB
I couldn't decipher the maker of the watch but it looks like the real deal from the 20s or early 30s. could be Rolex or a LeCoultre. beautiful piece. whether it works or otherwise is irreverently irrelevant. it matches his overall style. well done.
Sir, you looked dashing at the Barney's book signing.
I would find it enlightening to know what your subjects' professions are. I am suspicious that they mostly work in the fashion industry and therefore their jobs require that they sartorialize. I am hoping that a one word description of their chosen professions will prove me wrong.
The "Cartier Tank" inspired rectangular watches are definitely back in a big way. Mine had sat in a drawer for many years. Within the last year and a half, I had my watchmaker service it. Now it's back in regular use.