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post #106 of 158
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Originally Posted by luftvier View Post
Kennedy's just wearing the outfit of his breeding.

But that was the genius of it. They were just clothes. You wore them and looked great.
post #107 of 158
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Originally Posted by MHH89 View Post
JFK hands down.









post #108 of 158
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Yep, overrated. I don't see anything special. The suit he's wearing in the first photo looks like what Bush (the younger one) wears, except everyone calls Bush's suits boxy and boring.
post #109 of 158
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Originally Posted by Stazy View Post
Ignoring the fact that this thread is for American politicians, here's my submission...


Canadian Prime Minister, Pierre Elliott Trudeau


Just watch me.
post #110 of 158
I quite enjoy the partisan choice of pictures...

I'm sure anybody can find bad pictures of Agnelli .

We have to compare the men wearing the same attires.

Trudeau is fantastic ,so flamboyant and unCanadian.
post #111 of 158
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Originally Posted by MrDaniels View Post

These are nice, but I don't think Ford ever looked this good in real life.
post #112 of 158
Omar Bongo of Gabon:





post #113 of 158
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
Omar Bongo of Gabon:






Omar Bongo , former ruler of petrol rich Gabon ,was a very elegant man.

He was coming often to Paris to order his beloved suit with Valentino or other Paris based Italian designers .

The designer in question used to send his suits to his hotel delivered by an army of call girls.

His wife and mistresses used to spend millions in the upmarket shops of Paris.
post #114 of 158


This will be hanging in the National Portrait Gallery for centuries.
post #115 of 158
I like the shirt...........
post #116 of 158
Bush's shirt with double flap chest pockets...Hamilton?
post #117 of 158
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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post
Omar Bongo , former ruler of petrol rich Gabon ,was a very elegant man.

He was coming often to Paris to order his beloved suit with Valentino or other Paris based Italian designers .

The designer in question used to send his suits to his hotel delivered by an army of call girls.

His wife and mistresses used to spend millions in the upmarket shops of Paris.

Is that a taxidermied Mufasa? Would be great if it was alive. What a great way to be photographed.
post #118 of 158
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Originally Posted by Pantisocrat View Post
Bush's shirt with double flap chest pockets...Hamilton?


Looks like he is ready to nurse.
post #119 of 158
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Originally Posted by AldenPyle View Post


This will be hanging in the National Portrait Gallery for centuries.

I never have pid any attention to his sartorial style because I was too occupied listening to his Bushisms.

On the picture I have seen , he is not a bad dresser at all.

His style is very classic and conservative which is in line with his policies.
post #120 of 158
Formal paintings of American presidents typically involve no idealizations at all.


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