Recent Sartorialist Looks

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

  1. gdl203

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    She's got a bit of a Chloe Sevigny vibe.
     
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    I think this works really well on him. Interesting buttons on the jacket too. Any thoughts?

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    I think that he has simply unbuttoned his cuff buttons on the jacket, then turned the sleeves back. You can see two buttons on the right side of the pic.

    This guy's shoes are awesome! Where to kop?!?

    I think his name is David Chu. He posts over on the Fedora Lounge.

    They aren't quite these, but they're close.
     
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    She's got a bit of a Kevin Bacon vibe.

    FTFY
     
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    I think that he has simply unbuttoned his cuff buttons on the jacket, then turned the sleeves back. You can see two buttons on the right side of the pic.
    Yeah I noticed that. It was the fact that they are metal that made it look interesting.
     
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    I think his name is David Chu. He posts over on the Fedora Lounge.

    They aren't quite these, but they're close.


    Thanks for the link. I'm tempted, but I think I'd rather pay extra for those in the pic. If it weren't a wingtip and the canvas wasn't so natural-colored, I'd be all over them. Also a quick question (I'm a shoe n00b)- is cordovan leather ever used for spectators or is it used for the entire shoe only?
     
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    And, now, Carrot Top shows us how not to wear Fred Perry polo shirts:

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    This one is a fashion disaster...
    There is a revival in England of the long hair era...Funny to see public school boys shopping with their posh mums with 1970's haircuts...
     
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    And, now, Carrot Top shows us how not to wear Fred Perry polo shirts:

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    Tryin to bring it back...

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    Jimi was the best ...
    One of the actual indie band is having jackets made by Norton (the Kooks?)...I was not expected that...
    Patrick Grant also told me that Kanye West is coming sometimes on the row...
     
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    Jimi was the best ...
    One of the actual indie band is having jackets made by Norton (the Kooks?)...I was not expected that...
    Patrick Grant also told me that Kanye West is coming sometimes on the row...


    Agreed. I was actually thinking of starting a Jimi's looks thread but I thought I might get shredded for it.
     
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    From his 'off-runway' set on men.style:

    ' "This guy is, like, Prince Something or King Something of Somewhere. He always looks very royalty. I've shot him several times, but this is the first time I've seen him flashing so much bling." '

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    This guy's shoes are awesome! Where to kop?!?

    I think his name is David Chu. He posts over on the Fedora Lounge.

    They aren't quite these, but they're close.


    They're older Polo RL shoes. I picked up a pair on eBay a while back for about $100.
    Looking at the nail pattern in the heel, I assume that they're by Alfred Sargent for Polo.
    For a pair of double monks, they're very comfortable.

    The big difference between the pair in the Sartorialist picture (and in my wardrobe) and the Peal&Co ones is the fact that the Peal & Co ones are a wingtip, with broguing, whereas the Polo ones are plain captoes. I prefer the simplicity of the Polo version.
     
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    I think his name is David Chu. He posts over on the Fedora Lounge.

    Ray, I think it is. David is the designer/founder of Nautica. I've seen it posted that Ray is David's nephew, or something like that, but I don't really know.
     
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    Agreed. I was actually thinking of starting a Jimi's looks thread but I thought I might get shredded for it.

    Well, here's a thread you could use. Jimi didn't make it too far into the '70s, but he did make it.

    http://www.styleforum.net/showthread...enties+singers
     

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