he looks great but, just for the sake of accuracy; the coolest professor ever was – obviously – art garfunkel in nic roeg’s ‘bad timing’ one of the most stylish films ever – there’s a month of features in nic roeg for the sartorialist: ‘performance’, ‘the man who fell to earth’… there; a modest suggestion…
I know about him.He is a very famous person for the fashion industry field of Japan.I saw him several times in Tokyo and always he is stylish.He found Kris van Asche maybe. What I’d like to say… He is a fashion professor,certainly.
I like his style.It is personal.ageless and yet so stylish.It looks so easy- as if he just grabbed it from his closet and never made a big issue of what to wear.But I do think he could visit a hairdresser.
I think good pictures are abound in your blog but this, like the “English girl in Paris”, speaks to me in terms of colour contrast. His grey hair brings life and contrast to the grey walls. His outfit with what I see as primary colours is intellectually stimulating. The epitome of learning embodied in one man, his dress sense and the background. Cheryl Marie Cordeiro