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Jared Paul Stern - "Page Six" writer is a serious style hound

post #1 of 33
Thread Starter 
How can you not root for this guy against Ron Burkle?





post #2 of 33
because he is a blackmailer?
post #3 of 33
HATE HATE HATE the monocle.

Otherwise, he looks excellent...some of the clothing in his own line is interesting too.
post #4 of 33
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Originally Posted by Patrick Bateman
"Now, John, you've got to wear clothes in proportion to your physique. There are definite do's and don'ts, good buddy, of wearing a bold-striped shirt. A bold-striped shirt calls for solid-colored or discreetly patterned suits and ties... Right. And yes...always tip the stylist fifteen percent.

...

Okay, John, right, got it."
post #5 of 33
He's also a purveyor of scull & bones.


http://store.skullandbonesjps.com/
post #6 of 33
(1) because he's a slimeball

(2) because he's a pretentious dillhole

(3) because he writes for Page Six


that's three reasons to wish him ill in the time it took to type them .... I'm sure there are many many more.
post #7 of 33
I don't like those obnoxiously wide lapels...
post #8 of 33
He doesn't seem very stylish, if not affected.
post #9 of 33
Ron Burkle is a scum bag as well but the monocle (along with his criminal activity) puts Stern over the top. I would have to punch him.
post #10 of 33
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Originally Posted by howbah
(1) because he's a slimeball

(2) because he's a pretentious dillhole

(3) because he writes for Page Six


that's three reasons to wish him ill in the time it took to type them .... I'm sure there are many many more.

sleazy, morally corrupt, etc.
post #11 of 33
Anyone know who makes the tie in the first pic?
post #12 of 33
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Originally Posted by alflauren
Anyone know who makes the tie in the first pic?
Umm, that seems like just a standard Four in Hand to me. There will probably be someone in the next 10 minutes that will post correcting me and giving you a pic and perhaps even an expanded history of knot itself...so take my suggestion with a grain of salt.

A.
post #13 of 33
I think he meant the manufacturer, not the knot.

My guess, given the skull and bones, would be himself.
post #14 of 33
It looks like the tie in the first pic is from Stern's Skull and Bones line.
post #15 of 33
He could be wearing the finest suit in the world in the first picture and I'd remember only that he was wearing a monocle.
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