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post #46 of 51
Love this show. I am more easily insprired by characters and people wearing items rather than just talking about them online and looking at pictures.
post #47 of 51
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Originally Posted by James Bond View Post
Highly punchable face.

He looks like hes been punched a few times already
post #48 of 51
As to the clothes theyre a little off. The overall ingredients seem right at first but ita all a bit too technicolor and a bit too studied, and too tight while im at it..... He looks like he was made to wear them too.
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Originally Posted by neyus View Post
I've watched this show a few times. I generally dislike everything this guy wears except for the blazers and stripe ties. I don't really like the character. He beds hot women left, right and centre but when I look at this guy pouting I think this guy can't possibly be straight.

It's called a dandy... seriously guys, if you're confused why a guy like this beds hot women, read "The Art of Seduction".
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It's called a dandy... seriously guys, if you're confused why a guy like this beds hot women, read "The Art of Seduction".

Does he use the "Magic Method"???
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Originally Posted by bwonger06 View Post
I never watched the show (odd I have a Chuck Bass avatar though), but I know they were really expensive clothes (Lanvin, BoO, etc.) from reading blogs. I am sure they have stylist team who already have all of the clothes and rent or lend it to the cast for the show.

The head stylist is Eric Daman, they buy all of the clothes, whether the actor gets them or not varies.
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