nah… too reminiscent of a collar usually found on a great dane. it doesn't make sense. you don't see great danes going around with button downs, do you? fantastic colour on the thin pull-over though. I have the very same and that's why it's fantastic.
Hmm I'm a bit surprised someone above said "tacky". To me a great unexpected detail. I love his sweater, now that is sophisticated looking and those studs… its a little peek at what is lurking under that classical exterior.
a great look; he wears the collar with such aplomb. Love the half-in, half-out. He looks quite natural, not the slightest bit pretentious or "trendy," with such a trendy addition. Somehow I like the studs here.
I remember Alexa Chung wearing the same studded shirt and it looking very different on her. I think I like it better without the sweater over top, or maybe if he wore it less sloppily. I do like the color of his sweater though.
I love it! Amazing and inspiring. This simple detail is so subtle and visually in-cohesive with the rest of his ensemble that the studs on his collar make his outfit intersting. Without them he would look like he stepped out of a Gap commercial.
There are a few bars in Berlin and Amsterdam I know of where that collar would be highly appreciated, otherwise it is any laundry's nightmare, and (no doubt) not TSA friendly. As for the color, could he have intentionally tried to find one that would make him more invisible, I can't imagine where he would have looked. Interesting, but no thank you.
I like how he's dressed, it seems simple but the nailed collar give an another touch – I didn't notice this, the collar. No, in fact it still simple, but the collar just draw us by the brightness. It's cool, I think it's not too much, the " nails " don't bright a lot, and the clothes and the face's man mollify the all ! He's got a sweet face and wear nails – I think symbol of strenght – on his collar, and keep being normal because after all, its just a detail. That's cool I like.