Férfiként a divatban: kőkemény. Nem elég, hogy az iparág 90%-a nőkből áll – akik általában egy parányit ferdén sandítanak a fel-felvillanó férfi egyedekre, de általában az összes szépíró, újrakezdő, mentoráló, étkeztető pályázat is kizárólag nőknek szól. Marie Clairenél legalábbis biztos. A férfi modellek nevét nem jegyzik - pusztán a fanatikusok üvöltik rá a fórumokra a nevüket, és bennem, személy szerint mindig is van egy „betolakodó” érzés.
Azonban, köszönhetően a zseniális és űbercool Tommy Tonnak, aki minden részletre, izgalmas stílusmomentumra éles szemmel ugrik és dokumentál (s így kitúrta a molyszagú Scott Schulmannt megingathatatlannak hitt helyéről), megismerhetjük a divatipar Annái és Carine-ai után a 9 legstílusosabb férfi mintadolgozóját.
Ah. Such A FASHION MOMENT. With his comments.
ADAM KELLY, men's contemporary and designer buyer, Selfridges
"There's definitely that English, Savile Row quality to the way that Adam dresses, but he manages to do it with such ease that he doesn't look too buttoned-up or uptight. It's the way he casually accents a look with a neck scarf or opts for a Dries T-shirt under a jacket that inspires you to dress up with a more relaxed attitude."
FRANCESCO COMINELLI, fashion editor, Vogue Hommes International
(Ő az én első számú kedvencem, stílusikonom, stb. stb. stb. Olvadás.)
"Francesco has a way of wearing clothes in such a way that they become completely unidentifiable on him. You wouldn't know whether he's wearing Kenzo or Zegna or a market find; that's a gift of Francesco's styling abilities. He has fun layering and mixing patterns, textures, and colors, and it's refreshingly young and sartorially playful at the same time."
TONI TANFANI, buyer/owner of Gisa in Ancona, Italy
"Mr. Tanfani is possibly one of the most elegant men I've ever photographed at Fashion Week. Incredibly well-polished, with a sophistication that very few other men have, Mr. Tanfani embodies all the qualities of the ideal Italian man: well-groomed, good-looking, stylish, and confident. There isn't really much of formula to Mr. Tanfani's look: navy double-breasted blazer, classic white dress shirt, and reflective aviators. But it's the man behind the clothes that make the clothes. And Mr. Tanfani only gets better with age."
ANGELO FLACCAVENTO, freelance Italian fashion journalist
"Of the group, Angelo Flaccavento probably has the most distinctly recognizable style. His signature uniform consists of a pair of thick-framed specs, a neatly-trimmed beard, a shrunken tailored blazer, and a bow tie to top it off. The man certainly owns the look, which he describes as 'paradoxically classic.'"
MILAN VUKMIROVIC, reative director of Trussardi 1911 and Miami store The Webster; editor-in-chief of L'Officiel Hommes
"There's no better word to describe Milan Vukmirovic than 'cool.' No matter what he wears, from a robe-style cardigan to a classic white shirt, he just has this incredible confidence about how he wears his clothes. With so many titles and responsibilities, you'd think one of the busiest guys in fashion would be off his game; but he's always at ease, and that relaxed effortlessness about him is what just makes you just want to be him."
NICK WOOSTER, men's fashion director, Neiman Marcus
"It's pretty safe to say that Nick has instantly become an overnight style icon and has developed quite the following on the blogosphere. From his trademark handlebar 'stache to his rugged take on prep, Wooster's badass individual style commands attention. This past summer we saw him rocking everything from pastel color-blocked suiting to a matching camo jacket and tie."
GUERRE, street-style photographer, Swagger360.blogspot.com
"Probably the best-dressed street-style photographer out there, Guerre takes the crown as the king of swagger. His impeccable eye for capturing sartorial snapshots carries over to to how he immaculately puts himself together. He's never seen without a pocket square or a fanciful piece of millinery, and doesn't need an excuse or occasion to get dressed up…That's what I love about him. He has fun with fashion and playfully combines bold colors, patterns, and textures."
BRUCE PASK, fashion director, T: The New York Times Style Magazine
"What I love about Bruce is that he makes wearing a suit look casual but effortless. Most likely you won't see him a suit jacket with the matching pants; he'll opt to pair it with shorts, jeans, or khakis. The way he wears his jackets on his shoulders has this heroic cape-like quality that just goes to show you he's always comfortable, and not taking fashion as seriously as some of his contemporaries."
ROBERT RABENSTEINER, stylist/fashion editor, L'Uomo Vogue
"Best known as the man in the tyrolean hat and as one of the industry's best stylists, Robert is solely responsible for some of the best editorials and years worth of L'Uomo Vogue covers. His look, which comes off part-poet/painter, has everyone doing a double take and wishing that they could only champion his look as well as he does. There's a certain romanticism to Robert's style; from the way he will tie a scarf or throw it over one shoulder or the unusual rich shades and tones in his wardrobe. That confidence to wear what he pleases is incredibly admirable."
Holnap úgy megyek suliba mint Francesco. Minden nap. Szemüveg nélkül.