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That chick in the first picture is so hot that it makes me forget that the whole thing is staged.
post #3467 of 12982
^^^ Does Rubinacci specialize in people with enormous melons?
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I kind of like this, but it's more "Men's style blogger" than his usual "Italian playboy."
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Cuccinelli midnight blue shawl collar tux on Gilt:

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He looks great but I can't say I like the bag. It looks like something for one of their Russian clients.

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I like Cuccinelli and have many pieces. But I think they are one of the last brands I would consider for my next tux purchase. Not sure why. Maybe it's because I want to go classic in a tux. I see to many Hollywood types totally fail when trying to reinvent the tux look. Cuccinelli is great for a sportswear look-sweaters, casual jackets- that sort of thing but a tux? Nah.

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Cuccinelli midnight blue shawl collar tux on Gilt:

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Hats would be a nice addition to his wardrobe.

Mike

There are plenty of photos of him with hats.
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I like Cuccinelli and have many pieces. But I think they are one of the last brands I would consider for my next tux purchase. Not sure why. Maybe it's because I want to go classic in a tux. I see to many Hollywood types totally fail when trying to reinvent the tux look. Cuccinelli is great for a sportswear look-sweaters, casual jackets- that sort of thing but a tux? Nah.
What's not classic about it? The short jacket length and shawl collar (as opposed to peak lapel?) Midnight blue is classic, also less common than black. Black tuxes: From left to right: Dunhill (two-button), Zegna, forgot who (sleeves too long), Daniel Craig
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The differences are subtle in the photo but the material and construction of BC apparel is far more suited for sportwear that a tux.
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The Daniel Craig one is most assuredly Tom Ford.
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This is staged, in a lame way. He really does have an egg head, doesn't he? Hats would be a nice addition to his wardrobe.

Mike

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staged???






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Cuccinelli midnight blue shawl collar tux on Gilt:


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What's not classic about it? The short jacket length and shawl collar (as opposed to peak lapel?)

Midnight blue is classic, also less common than black.

Black tuxes:



From left to right: Dunhill (two-button), Zegna, forgot who (sleeves too long), Daniel Craig

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The Daniel Craig one is most assuredly Tom Ford.

Everything looks new money in a bad way. I´m talking eastern european new money. Horrible. Period.
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Cuccinelli midnight blue shawl collar tux on Gilt:


how much?
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how much?

A lot. ($2,300)
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I would absolutely wear that SC.
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