Sart, you’ve done a nice job of capturing hip European youth, and in Milan you found some interesting old men to photograph, but I’m yearning to see more people within the 30-50 range. I feel there’s something a bit derivative about photographing bone-thin, long-haired young creative types and holding that up as a representation of European style. It is, to some extent, but let us see how the European professional classes dress.
it seems that his jacket could be a size smaller/more form fitting, b/c it looks a bit large and boxy for his body frame–the illusion of broad shoulders in tandem with ultra-skinny legs doesn’t work with most people. The colors work really well.
To stiff. It’s almost summer. Loosen the tie or get rid of it; get rid of that ugly belt and that generic haircut and we may be headin’ somewhere. Perhaps it’d be better if he also had thrown away that tshirt while he’s at it. To Mainstream for the look he’s trying to achieve.
Good style enhances the wearer–and you can recognize it by asking if you see the clothes first or the person first. Here the personality is obilterated by the clothes which are, as someone pointed out, cliched. It’s as if he wakes up every morning terrified he’s not going to appear cool enough.
what’s the deal here?! 90% of the young guys in my town looks like that. I hate this look. I see it so often, it’s almost an uniform for adolescents. Especially the hairstyle is totally standard here. What we need here is more preppy looks and flawless abercrombie dudes.