This is a no contest. This was a epic beatdown. Parker (a crossposter, btw) has gotten this right. There are terrific colorblocking elements, the proportions for everything work, and it's a very coherent outfit. It also has great references to early 80s punk outfits, without being nostalgic or overly referential. It's overall, a very clean outfit. A lot of MC guys could learn from this. You could even substitute the sneakers from some off white chukkas or beige sneakers, or something more acceptable to you, though I'd advise caution.
Furo's outfit is muddied, to be charitable. It's like he tried to do a heritage thing, but didn't far enough to make it work. The workboots are fine, but honestly, I would have liked to actually see a chunkier boot, or looser jeans, if he is going to do the megacuff. Right now, the chunky boots, ironically, actually look a little too dainty. There is no coherence or vertical progression in the silhouette.
The tee is nothing special, and the color is sort of distracting. the jacket, I suppose, could look okay, I suppose, but the incoherence of the rest of the outfit makes it hard to concentrate on it.
BTW, Parker is not a super tall guy - maybe 5'7" or a generous 5'8", tops. He is in decent condition, but I don't think that he'd claim to have a Brad Pitt physique. He is also not 22 and living in his parents basement. I've met him a few times (very nice guy), and he has looked sharp everytime I've seen him. He even gets the blazer and jeans things right. And maybe because of his field, he is able to add elements, like a scarf, that would look affected on many guys, and make it look very natural. He is also very open (I put him in some crazy outfits for the photoshoot) to new ideas, and maybe this mindset really helps him.