A sartorialist in the true sense – very particular about those details of collar and hairline, suave. Your portraits of women rarely show this kind of approach, where there is a sense of clothing tradition, sharply interpreted. Mc Queen understood it brilliantly in his collections for both sexes.
@ Lynx–And why shouldn’t we find someone beautiful just because he & his look are associated in your mind with “shanty towns” and people you clearly look down upon? Classism is neither cute nor smart, and it certainly isn’t sophisticated. It’s just offensive.
@une_chatte_grise sometimes I get to The Sartorialist and I find looks that are just terrible, and everybody post coments saying they loved, just because that’s the most influent fashion blog in the world. People know that some looks here are really ugly, but still being “sophisticated” and saying they love it, but they would never really use those clothes. Classism is more trying to be what you’re not just to look like a fashionista of an upper class than knowing that a guy with brown skin don’t looks beautiful with blond hair. Sorry for my terrible english.