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nice accessory.  or a cheap accessory, depending which angle you take.

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Is he a waiter at an Indian restaurant?
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Is he a waiter at an Indian restaurant?

Parks and Recreation.
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I, actually, quite like this; I want that SC. I think he's dressing a bit GQ, but, then, he's a male model so go figure. If they are black trousers, he should have gone navy + brown suede shoes.

To whoever said he dresses cheaply, what the hell are you talking about (taste or, literally, monetary)?
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Well, on the one hand you have to realize that couture is a dream world, its for very few people and its where designers get to pretty much do whatever the hell they can possibly imagine, sometimes the crazier the better. Its not for mass consumption or even mass vision, its a world were women spend their very rich husband's money to patronize a designer and get one of a kind stuff that their friend could not get with her very rich husband's money. Its all very "Derelicte" from Zoolander (I would love to show up to a fashion gig wearing a trash bag scarf) but at the same time more handwork, imagination and ultra luxe materials go into it than anything you are going to get from Rubinacci/A&S/Kiton etc. At the end of the day, anyone can get a A&S suit or whatever and most people will see you and not even bat an eye. Very few can regularly shell out 50-75K for a couture dress and I guarantee you, you will notice them and I am sure that is at least part of the point.

Fair enough..

Socialite fashionista are living their sartorial dreams to the full..

When you have enough money to get the best elegant clothes ,why nor creating some magic?
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Is he a waiter at an Indian restaurant?

Aziz Ansari
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Parks and Recreation.

Entertainment 720!
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Entertainment 720!

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Who is the dime-a-dozen blond?
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I, actually, quite like this; I want that SC. I think he's dressing a bit GQ, but, then, he's a male model so go figure. If they are black trousers, he should have gone navy + brown suede shoes.
To whoever said he dresses cheaply, what the hell are you talking about (taste or, literally, monetary)?

That's a suitsupply SC, yours for the archepiscopal sum of £200 (while stocks last). The shoes are Paul Smith, probably made in China. The shirt is Thomas Pink and has plastic buttons. The bag looks PS as well, and the leather looks like crinkly plastic.

He's a male fashion supermodel who earns £2m/$3m+ per anum. If you disagree that he dresses cheaply, by any stretch of the adverb, you may need to think harder.
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Kate Upton.
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I quite like her outfit except the shoes do not do the rest justice. There is a heaviness to the shoes that conflicts with the rest of the outfit. At the very least the shoes should have been skeletonized, especially the sole block
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