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Bryan Ferry's Style

post #1 of 55
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Very similar to Rod Stewart in that he accessories well.







post #2 of 55
one of the most stylish performances i've ever seen. he's wearing one of richard anderson's sequined dinner jackets and pulls it off very well IMO.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5JyHrqLJNk
post #3 of 55
One of the most stylish talented musicians on the planet without any doubt !!!

Saw him play at an outdoor concert in 100 degree heat in a white dinner suit in the middle of the afternoon sweating his cajones off but he wouldnt even take the jacket off. Class from a fellow Geordie. UBER cool.

post #4 of 55
Much better, or at least age appropriate, hair than Rod.
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post #6 of 55
For somebody named "Ferry" and fronting Roxy Music, he dresses much less flamboyantly than I expected. I guess I always pictured him to dress more like David Byrne for some reason. I've always liked Roxy Music, but had no clue what they looked like as I was born towards the end of their heyday.
post #7 of 55
Mr. Ferry has gotten better with age.
It is interesting to look at his wardrobe from 1976 on and except for a couple of mid 80s bloopers, he has dressed in a classic english style made by the better bespoke shops in England.
He has often created unique clothing, shoes etc. A couple of years ago he had some loafers made from leather that was found in a 300 year old sunked ship. Recently he was a bidder on articles of clothing from the Bunny Rogers auction in London.
The style spreads he has done in GQ, Arena, Tatler, etc. have highlighted his impeccable taste.
He and Charlie Watts, are imo the best dressed rock musians working today.
post #8 of 55
Ferry is stylish.



"Other bands wanted to wreck hotel rooms, Roxy Music wanted to redecorate them."
post #9 of 55
double
post #10 of 55
BF is the suavest bastard out there in the music world. truly an original in sart style and musical brilliance. Great thread!
post #11 of 55
let's watch him in his prime, shall we (and wait for Jerry Hall's entrance): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZTsW8WKy5c&feature=fvw
post #12 of 55
He and his son (or sons?) were featured in a clothing spread in GQ or Details a couple of years ago, wearing some nice suits and accessories.
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Originally Posted by kev777 View Post
Saw him play at an outdoor concert in 100 degree heat in a white dinner suit in the middle of the afternoon sweating his cajones off but he wouldnt even take the jacket off. Class from a fellow Geordie.

Is this the first time a Geordie has kept his top on?

post #14 of 55
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let's watch him in his prime, shall we (and wait for Jerry Hall's entrance):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZTsW8WKy5c&feature=fvw

Well done!
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Is this the first time a Geordie has kept his top on?


He has the Newcastle Broon Ale logo tattooed across his torso
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