I’ve noticed I’ve been dumb-struck by this picture and the one of Lapo
Elkman. http://images.thesartorialist.com/thumbnails/2014/06/61814LapoC4017Web.jpg They’re both very, very handsome and very well dressed. But it may have a lot to do with the pose. They’re both looking over their shoulder or behind them. Perhaps in my head, I’ve just walked pass and I’ve captured their attention? Just sayin’…I’m a dreamer.
Very handsome…looks a bit like a young Robert DeNiro. I Love the white collarless shirt and fit of the pants with no belt. Also, the mix of the silver bracelets with the watch! Ok…the sunglasses too! ; )
I do not understand why luxury brands donÂ´t use in their campaigns mature atractive-with personality-good looking people…costumers who can afford buying their clothes and accessories will feel more identified with them…becuase frankly who beleives that a 17-18 years old boy (or 15-16-17 girl) dresses like they propose in their campaigns (ok it is a fantasy…but really iÂ´m 34 i donÂ´t want to be 17 anymore…and i do no want to look like a teenager anymore…there is life after 20…jajaja) Great shot! by the way.
I agree one thousand percent!!! As a 43-year-old man, I much more aspire to look like the guy in this photo than any of the 18-year-old boys put forward by many fashion companies. And most clothes simply look better on fully formed adult bodies than they do on underfed adolescent ones. As a poster mentioned above, the men and women on the street generally look more stylish and attractive (and I’d argue, more aspirational) than the runway and advertising looks.