Although I think guys in v-necks look too mincing, this young man managed really well putting it together with sporty items, such as the jacket and the helmet. In fact, his laid-back posture helped a lot..very sexy indeed!
i am totally crushed out on this guy. he is a stunner. and then i realized he is standing outside the entrance to my old apartment in paris…. i could weep. he looks effortless and well grommed and that is a big part of his allure.
Chic and confident. Amazing outfit, probably he spent thousands of euros to achieve the look (and the neck)but…hey! He has style! Some people spend a fortune and they still look awful, so cheers to monsieur paris!!!
to veronica: he is holding a white packet along with his bag in his right hand. the white packet almost blends perfectly with the background, but it’s there–it explains the illusion of the chopped/missing leg. -jane
This man is a perfect example of how maintaining an extraordinary physique and showing a bit of beautiful skin can magnify the effect of any ensemble. The stance, the attitude, and the body create an overwhelming attraction that only compliments the style choices he’s made, which are quite chic, if rather unambitious. Those of us not so *ahem* well-endowed with genetic gifts must aim a bit higher.
hello, i have to say that it is me on the pic. first thanks to all of you and your comments ! actually, i am not a model. i am 27, living in paris. i used to work at the dior homme press office for 3 years. now i am a freelance PR and my main client is Kitsune, a music label which is also doing clothes. here are the credits of the clothes : deep V neck sweater by ZUCCA denim jeans by KITSUNE boots by CHRISTOPHE LEMAIRE puffy jacket by CANADA GOOSE Helmet by VUITTON bag by DIOR HOMME BY HEDI SLIMANE.