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post #31 of 59
I like the patch pockets.
post #32 of 59
I would not trust the advice of a men's clothing salesman so attired.
post #33 of 59
apparently mr quinn fancies himself as the "new dandy"(?)... here's an article on him from gq.... http://men.style.com/gq/fashion/landing?id=content_4075 ... differing opinions on his attire, but i do notice the lack of a pocket square in the sartorialist's photo.
post #34 of 59
Looks a bit rough to be a proper dandy. And not rough in the gentleman pervert sort of way.
post #35 of 59
He looks like a young Ed Sullivan.
post #36 of 59
Fight Fight Fight---


I don't like Ugly ties and metro "garish" faux hawk.
But I think he has the looks of a great character in
Fight Club II: Drunken Irish Monkey Man In Monkey Suit Throwdown
post #37 of 59
He looks like he's trying to get a part in a Guy Ritchie movie. Which started being really naff after 1999... Now, of course, he'd be hoping for a role as a stand-in in The Transporter 3, where Jason Statham drives a container ship full of Legos.

Amazing. The man nicks a British look that was cutting-edge circa 1998-99 -- garishly loud ties, stripey colorful shirts -- and finds that with a British name and maybe a British accent he can sell his overly styled clothes to us Yanks.

LabelKinbote, don't be coy. You wouldn't kick him away from your ping-pong table.
post #38 of 59
Quote:
Originally Posted by Duveen
He looks like he is about to throw down.

He looks to me like he's about to throw up.
post #39 of 59
Quote:
Originally Posted by RJMan
Amazing. The man nicks a British look that was cutting-edge circa 1998-99 -- garishly loud ties, stripey colorful shirts -- and finds that with a British name and maybe a British accent he can sell his overly styled clothes to us Yanks.


OK. Some of the mystery of the GFM is going to be dispelled here, for the sake of defending DQ. We worked at the same law firm (I recently left), where he is an associate in the corporate group. He is indeed English and graduated from Bristol Uni and Grays Inn. He took an LLM from Columbia. He's a cool and extremely smart guy.

The store/clothing is a side line. He's doing what I think many of us might like to do: pursue a practical career and a true love.
post #40 of 59
-To be honest, I do think the suit fits him fine other than the cuffs .

However, the hairtcut, ring, horid haircut, stance, and facial expression,haircut, and the tie from hell just about destroy any hope.
post #41 of 59
I'm gonna put my suit in the dryer and see if I can get the same look.
post #42 of 59
Quote:
Originally Posted by GreyFlannelMan
OK. Some of the mystery of the GFM is going to be dispelled here, for the sake of defending DQ. We worked at the same law firm (I recently left), where he is an associate in the corporate group. He is indeed English and graduated from Bristol Uni and Grays Inn. He took an LLM from Columbia. He's a cool and extremely smart guy.

The store/clothing is a side line. He's doing what I think many of us might like to do: pursue a practical career and a true love.

that's really cool GFM...I didnt know Duncan Quinn *still* worked as an attorney, thought he went full time fashion brand. Haters will hate.
post #43 of 59
I like the tie. Very ankh-y.

Y'know, I like DQ's style. Despite the scowl, I think he's having fun with it.
post #44 of 59
It does look fun, though I don't prefer so much color - I think it still looks okay on him. I do like the way the jacket fits quite a bit, with the higher waist and all, but I think that the shoulders do need some re-working so they aren't bulging out from beneath the pads.

And yea, hacking patch pockets, no thanks.
post #45 of 59
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Originally Posted by lawyerdad
Maybe you should stick your head in for a while too, to try to get the haircut down. (Actually, that wouldn't work because DQ's haircut to me looks much more like composed-aping-dishevelled than actually dishevelled.)
Or does that make me a "hater"?

If I didn't shave my head I might try that one as well
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