Not a huge fan of puffer jackets (although the colour combination here is cool), but I’m really impressed by this gentleman’s face… So expressive and mysterious. He looks like some character in a Stendhal book.
Not loving the puffer jacket here, but I do really like the plaid jacket, blue shirt, white jeans combo. All that aside, though, it’s the character in his face and eyes that makes this shot remarkable.
Interesting that some women have swooned over this man’s handsomeness, his face in particular. But, were it a woman with such heavy scarring on her face, would her image elicit the same responses? Do we have different standards of beauty for women than men in the 21st century?
You certainly can see a lot of maturity on his face. A lot of maturity. Like he likes to tan and not use sunscreen a lot. A LOT. But it is interesting how he manages to make himself obviously attractive to many of the people posting here. I prefer a little less maturity in a guys face. OK. A LOT less. But this shows that good style can definitely create something positive that would not have otherwise been there. Besides, he doesn’t seem like the type that cares if some people, like me, don’t find him all that hot. But for the rest of the guys out there; USE SUNSCREEN. Seriously. Its not only attractive, but healthy to protect the skin.
We are compelled to look at his face because we think he has something to reveal. This is because his face is not so ordinary a visage. However, his face is a kind of truth and therefore, it is his truth to reveal – not ours.
Just terrible! They can’t be all winners. He stands out because he’s playing with textures but somehow the whole outfit makes me think he must live with his mom. The white pants say it’s still summer. The shirt and blazer say he puts some thought into creating a look. The jacket says, “be sure you bundle up, otherwise you’ll catch a cold.” This look is kind of like wearing a parka with flip flops or a scarf with a bathing suit.
I can’t believe people judging this man’s face as the result of being out in the sun too much! It is heavy scarring, probably from bad acne in early life. And of course there are double standards for men and women in terms of beauty in the 21st century: you rarely see grey-haired women anywhere unless they are over 60, but plenty of salt-and-pepper men at any age. Why is it so bad for women to look their age? Aren’t we lucky to get old, i.e. not die young??
I know this guy personally and I can tell you he doesn’t lives with his mother…he’s got 2 beautifull daughters and he’s elegant, kind and charming that’s why his clothes looks great on him. Grande Giampiero!!
I canâ€™t believe people judging this manâ€™s face as the result of being out in the sun too much! It is heavy scarring, probably from bad acne in early life. And of course there are double standards for men and women in terms of beauty in the 21st century: you rarely see grey-haired women anywhere unless they are over 60, but plenty of salt-and-pepper men at any age. Why is it so bad for women to look their age? Arenâ€™t we lucky to get old, i.e. not die young??
He looks great, he’s also someone famous. But as for the comments on his face and scarring: yes he has some old acne scars, but some of those heavy lines are from wearing the motorbike helmet he’s holding and has just taken it off – that happens when you get older, same as wearing sunglasses – when you remove them, you get deep indents on your face!
“Do we have different standards of beauty for women than men in the 21st century?”
Yes, luckily, we do. men and women are different in their different beauties, thanks to god. here in Italy we’d like to stay free of political correctness.
i love this picy=tire. i have a bad skin too. i mean this man looks so cool, and so…i dont know… this photo mekaes me to belive that i’m not the only one. that what youcan do in Your life is to accept Yourself as You are because everybody is beautiful:))thank You!