I love the shades in his outfit. The light grey, the white and the black… perfect use of shades that blend perfectly. I think a darker grey would have been a little off with the stark white and the black.
Just wonderful with the surrounding colour scheme and background. Lovely shot.
The pocket square and thin tie just pull this together nicely.
Just enough for me not to mind the no cuff :P
PS. long time lurker, first time non-anonymous poster.
I’m pretty new to fashion, but one collection ive always adored is Elie Saab’s. However, I’ve been checking style.com every day and still no Elie, and i don’t really remember what day Paris week started? Do you think you could help me out, do you know if Elie Saab is showing in Paris this season, or how many days are left? Pleeeeeeease email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or reply on here, i’ve been DYING to know
definitely very nice ensemble …although i feel the jacket is a bit ‘summery’…a little more overcast and you will see what i mean, but still very nice…..definitely agree with hairstyle …which goes with the round tortoises and umbrella.
Panache! And the umbrella, for that final touch of aplomb.
- Donâ€™t want to steal the thread, but it must be said… I had the best laugh this morning. Been catching up on video clips at vogue.co.uk. Watched the Missoni show, Sept 30th, thinking how it actually made me think of summer, city strolls, the beach. Terrific prints, no colours too severe. Defined lines, but no shapes too rigid, no sterile feel, no vulgar transparency. Distinct and wholesome looks. And towards the end, you hear a manâ€™s voice: “The Missoni show, I thought was great…” Proclaimed with some genuine enthusiasm, too! So my first thought was, I agree. The second thought, Well, thatâ€™s an unfamiliar voice. Third, Who is that? Fourth… Haaa. Thank you for a great laugh.
A professor of linguistics at the Sorbornne? His smile reminds of John Gielgud.
By the way, if anybody with no butt to speak of is looking for a pair of great jeans, investigate the Nudie range and, like the Great Sarto himself, go one size down. I bought a pair yesterday at Style:Nordic, this great Scandanavian shop in Singapore yesterday and, quelle surprise, I suddenly have a butt!