Posts Tagged ‘men’s style’

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Style Tuesday

October 27, 2009

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I’m digging hard this fall outfit mixing an elaborate jersey pants and simple sneakers but do think Viktor & Rolf black waistcoat is completely out ot touch even if it was certainly done for style purpose.Note to the fashion industry: why men models are straight out of a scary teenage movie ?

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“NO HUNTING, NO FISHING, NO FIREARMS

October 20, 2009

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The words “NO HUNTING, NO FISHING, NO FIREARMS without written permission” above the photo of a majestic elk adorned the invitation to the Junya Watanabe Comme des Garçons Man show, and the Fall 2009 collection trained its sights on the rod & gun crowd for inspiration.Japanese designer Rei Kawakubo’s stark, architectural pants, jackets, and button-front shirts are staples of the fashion elite. Elaborate shirts, suits, knits, and outerwear come in classic fabrics and colors, but they’re far from basic.I have shit that’s 10 years old and still going strong.The clothes,the quality of construction are breath-taking so is the price, jackets by Junya Watanabe start at $1,000.

Comme des Garcons

520 W. 22nd St., New York, NY 10011

nr. Tenth Ave.See MapSubway Directions

212-604-9200 Send to Phone


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Italy’s answer to Vogue: “Kobe Bryant bellisimo”

October 19, 2009

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L’Uomo Vogue  – the very cutting edge of men’s style and high fashion – lists basketball star Kobe Bryant as a contemporary icon in their October 2009 issue.

Kobe Bryant is a character that you hear for years and, on closer look, since he started until now its been over a decade,yet even he had proved to have what it takes to become great.Kobe, however, was already 17 years in the NBA, the Charlotte Hornets before moving to the Los Angeles Lakers, where he still plays and where he has just won the last championship.But there are only superstar: the beauty of working with newcomers is the ability to gamble on talents that are starting to talk about themselves or who have children stories that no one has heard.The purpose of a cover like this is to broaden the horizons of curious readers, who believe that behind the star of the cover there are characters equally talented.

Kobe Bryant (Boss Orange jacket, shirt and bow tie, Boss Black. Fashion editor Rushka Bergman. Photos by Mark Seliger).

Kobe Bryant : The Most Polarizing Figure in Sports