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Recent Sartorialist Looks

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by TRINI, Jan 22, 2009.

  1. patrickBOOTH

    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    For some reason this guy irritates the hell out of me. This guy and that goat looking guy that Scott takes pictures of.
     
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    I would taste things on her that have never been tasted


    Tell me you've seen her phone pics. If not, I shall locate and pass on.

    After a quick google search, it looks like someone beat edmorel to the punch.
     
  3. mmkn

    mmkn Senior member

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    I see the clothes . . .


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    I see the man.

    Lino wins.

    - M
     
  4. lasbar

    lasbar Senior member

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    I see the clothes . . .




    I see the man.

    Lino wins.

    - M


    I do see the point you're making...

    The first guy is trying too hard and there is something quite artificial in his look.

    Lino ,the second gentleman just looks like a character from a Scorcese's movie..

    Casino meets Goodfellas ...
     
  5. mmkn

    mmkn Senior member

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    I do see the point you're making...

    Styling and fit aside, even with Lino's healthy tan look, his choices in colors of jacket, shirt, tie are in harmony with and really bring out his face. He looks like fun to be around.

    The other gentleman, his face is swallowed up by his clothes such that I hardly notice it. There is too much self-consciousness and uncertainty here.

    Clothes make the man vs. Man makes the clothes . . .

    - M
     
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  7. patrickBOOTH

    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Styling and fit aside, even with Lino's healthy tan look, his choices in colors of jacket, shirt, tie are in harmony with and really bring out his face. He looks like fun to be around.

    The other gentleman, his face is swallowed up by his clothes such that I hardly notice it. There is too much self-consciousness and uncertainty here.

    Clothes make the man vs. Man makes the clothes . . .

    - M


    The first guy's shirt is also pretty bad IMO. it looks like he bought it at Express.
     
  8. lasbar

    lasbar Senior member

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    Styling and fit aside, even with Lino's healthy tan look, his choices in colors of jacket, shirt, tie are in harmony with and really bring out his face. He looks like fun to be around.

    The other gentleman, his face is swallowed up by his clothes such that I hardly notice it. There is too much self-consciousness and uncertainty here.

    Clothes make the man vs. Man makes the clothes . . .

    - M


    I'm not crazy about the jacket...

    The flap and the ticket pockets look massive disturbing the jacket's balance.
     
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    I see the clothes . . .




    I see the man.

    Lino wins.

    - M


    Good point. I think Lino looks preposterous much of the time, but I understand what you mean about "seeing the man".
     
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    I just want to take those huge glasses off everyone's faces and break 'em in two. Ugly. And his appear not have Rx lenses even. Please don't let the hipsters influence us like this.

    And such a beautiful suit to ruin.


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  11. Chadley

    Chadley Senior member

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    Picture

    Who is that a picture of?
     
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    In Scotland you would say those glasses where milk bottle bottoms!
     
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    In Scotland you would say those glasses where milk bottle bottoms!

    Labelking must be dying to get his hands on a pair of glasses like that...
     
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    In Scotland you would say those glasses where milk bottle bottoms!
    First time I read that as milk bottle condoms.
     
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  18. patrickBOOTH

    patrickBOOTH Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    He does have a point though... Only in America... Probably only in NYC too.
     
  19. The Shoe Snob

    The Shoe Snob Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Luca, as he does in most of the pics posted of him on the Sartorialist, is way too contrasting. It's yelling for attention. Not sure why he is a forum favorite.


    I agree, a lot of his articles in his outfits just conflict with each other as apposed to offering a well balanced look.
     
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    Swifty Lazar.

    Thanks.
     

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