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Recent Sartorialist Looks

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

  1. Ward

    Ward Active Member

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    Can't believe I finally clicked on this thread. I liked this blog about 3-4 years ago. Now I follow it purely out of routine.

    I'm glad I'm not the only one who notices that critical comments are often overlooked and rarely posted after his review, which I think does his entire blog a serious injustice. Also, he only shoots over the top bullsh*t now. Above and beyond all late offenses, he keeps shooting the same tired ass people he is buddies with. Particularly a couple haggard old looking chicks who never smile or wear anything even remotely interesting. WTF. There are way cooler looking people out there. Especially with all the places he goes, this is what he comes up with? Yvan Rodic's blog kills sartorialist now.
     
  2. legorogel

    legorogel Senior member

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    [​IMG] besides the shoes, the right one aint bad !
     
  3. Kentishman

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    besides the shoes, the right one aint bad !
    Hmm, something about the eyebrows says 'man'. And what's with all the bruises?
     
  4. elgreco

    elgreco Senior member

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    http://www.thesartorialist.com/photo...on_6565Web.jpg (for some reason this isn't linking an image, but a URL).

    This is one is purely about the man's sheer joy, as though he never expected some guy wanted to take a picture of him.

    Also, what's with all the pics of the street urchins in Sydney?
     
  5. Althis

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    one on the right looks like Leonardo DiCaprio a bit
     
  6. celery

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    When in doubt, just assume it's a trap.
     
  7. barims

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    http://www.thesartorialist.com/photo...on_6565Web.jpg (for some reason this isn't linking an image, but a URL).

    This is one is purely about the man's sheer joy, as though he never expected some guy wanted to take a picture of him.

    Also, what's with all the pics of the street urchins in Sydney?


    That's a fitting enough reason to post his photo, I'd venture

    As for the street urchins, teenage mall hookers do need to advertise
     
  8. heli0x

    heli0x Senior member

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    http://www.thesartorialist.com/photo...on_6565Web.jpg (for some reason this isn't linking an image, but a URL).

    This is one is purely about the man's sheer joy, as though he never expected some guy wanted to take a picture of him.

    Also, what's with all the pics of the street urchins in Sydney?


    [​IMG]
     
  9. embowafa

    embowafa Senior member

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    When in doubt, just assume it's a trap.

    +1
     
  10. heli0x

    heli0x Senior member

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    When in doubt, just assume it's a trap.

    lol, anyone else thinks that wrist/hand region looks really manly?
     
  11. jemcgarvey

    jemcgarvey Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG]

    I want these shoes! Are these narrow heels made anymore?
     
  12. glowell222

    glowell222 Senior member

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    I want these shoes! Are these narrow heels made anymore?

    Sure, mostly found on women's shoes. Go for a 1.25" heel stack height to really set them off.
     
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    lasbar Senior member

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    I want these shoes! Are these narrow heels made anymore?

    PM Labelking...I'm sure he knows some places selling this kind of shoes..
     
  14. Orgetorix

    Orgetorix Senior member

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    I want these shoes! Are these narrow heels made anymore?

    It's the height of the heel as much as the narrowness that sets them off.

    Tom Ford's shoes have that kind of heel profile.

    [​IMG]
     
  15. jemcgarvey

    jemcgarvey Well-Known Member

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    The height is decent, but the old shoes also had angled heels and the entire sole is thinner and narrower than the shoe walls. This gave the shoe an appearance of unity, or one sleek vessel, as opposed to the look of layered foundations often found in modern shoes.
     
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    jesus he must be at least 7 foot tall.
     
  17. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    PM Labelking...I'm sure he knows some places selling this kind of shoes..

    Actually Cleverley has that kind of narrow heel now that I think about it.
     
  18. Master-Classter

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    one on the right looks like Leonardo DiCaprio a bit
    That was my first thought too!

    you still checked out the crotch just incase though right? come on... admit it. I know you did [​IMG]
     
  19. comrade

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    [​IMG]

    THose are pegged pants. Elegantly pegged, like the kind worn
    by Marcello Mastroianni in Divorce Italian Style or La Dolce Vita,
    early 60s. Couldn't find a photo online to illustrate.
     
  20. lasbar

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    [​IMG]

    Anyone really likes this look?
     

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