I enjoyed Luca's pics in The Rake a while ago. But I also like people who aren't afraid to mix and match colors, patterns and styles rather than wear a uniform. I like classic dressing but I also appreciate some one who can mix it up a bit. How boring to have access to all of those amazing fabrics and just wear navy and grey or a simple POW pattern. You can do that at Nordstrom.
What I want to know is where these photos come from. Especially the beach one. Does he post it up on some Italian Style Forum?
I just wrote his name on Google and selected pictures.
Originally Posted by in stitches
i like a lot of his outfits others not so much but calling him a homo is a bit much
I didnt do it . I respect ellegant homos as I wrote
Originally Posted by aj_del
^^ Not for Spalla ...
Originally Posted by anginaprinzmetal
I wouldn't go as far as calling him names. But his style is questionable at best and pretty horrendous for the most part. He tries to be a dandy and just fails miserably, he overdoes it... A lot. Now every now and then I've seen wearing some ok combinations.
Originally Posted by ndw
Having seen a few of the OPs posts in WAYWN I dont think he is in any position to criticize.
Also, the OPs consistently homophobic comments are just despicable.
Perhaps he's ultra closeted -- a la Roy Cohen and J. Edgar Hover -- and he believes himself to be pointing the finger elsewhere.
Originally Posted by 0b5cur1ty
Any issues with your masculinity you'd like to talk about?
Evryone knows me as a macho iberico, an iberian macho.
Originally Posted by RSS
Why don't you tell us who he really is?
That said, I agree with your comment about R jr ... not that you'll give a damn.
I am myself, those that call me puppet and whatever are a bunch of socialists.
Originally Posted by texas_jack
You people responding to Spalla like he's a legit poster are fools
Originally Posted by randallr
Well, it was a very good play. Have you read the second part? I've read Millennium Approaches but not Perestroika.
That Luca reminds me of Lenin face on picture 2.
That Fuuma, a socialist whose family was exiled from Spain, I guess for war crimes against religious or rightwingers and who dresses as him can't have my respects or even a penny on his hat while I walk on the street.