Pic of guy with bike is not recent (it's from AW 2010). But it's still impressive that they managed to find a wall to perfectly match both his coat and pants at the same time
It's an art form in and of itself. Matching the colors of your surroundings to your wardrobe. So difficult in fact, that when one finally acheives the perfect combination of all the required components one is best served by remaining stationary at all costs.
This can be quite a difficult maneuver to acheive when one has had one's requisite $20 cappuccino experience on the way to one's posing location. As caffeine is a diuretic and we all know that that the needs of the body will cause one to be faced with unpleasant choices between privacy or interrupting one's sartorial/environmental success prematurely. Of course the truly advanced will have scouted their location carefully enough, and planned their attire with such dilgence, as to accomplish a satorial 'slight of hand' by carrying an extra pocket square which perfectly coordinates with the decor of the nearest 'necessary'.
that's exactly the point - it's a scarf - worn in a 'tongue in cheek' way that resembles an ascot but most clearly isn't. I'll admit that many people will object - but I see it as a little sartorial 'joke'.
This is so good, so very good. I can't tell you how good this is — especially the back.
Wish we could see more of it. I mean it's a beautiful fabric, the cut is very nice, the back clean, the shoulders totally unpadded and soft (so much so the waistcoat is showing a ripple along the shoulder), sleeve head perfect, all lovely etc. etc. but I'm finding it hard to see what separates it from a thousand other lovely bespoke suits that are done every year.