This page has moved to our new address, www.thesartorialist.com. If you're not redirected within a few seconds, please click below. If you still have issues, please clear your cache and try again.

American Style, In Italy, On Japanese

 
 
 
 
 















Rss Feed

Links

Assignment Photography and Syndication

Gallerist

Categories

This entire site ⓒ 2005-2011 The Sartorialist. All of the photographs herein, unless otherwise noted, are copyrighted by the photographer. No part of this site, or any of the content contained herein, may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without express permission of the copyright holder(s).



 

Friday, March 23, 2007

American Style, In Italy, On Japanese


Labels:

Comments on "American Style, In Italy, On Japanese"

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:35 AM) : 

Brilliant style. Refreshing. The first one looks as if he's stepped out of an old early 1960's Kodak advertisement.

Gosh, how I wish American men would emulate these two fellows.

 

Anonymous Alan said ... (11:42 AM) : 

They look great, although I could do without the tote bag. I love their sport coats.

 

Anonymous lintmag said ... (3:39 PM) : 

The man in the second photo looks so good! Love the combo of the embroidered pants with plaid shirt, tweed, etc. Very nice mixing of fabrics and color.

 

Anonymous au boin pain said ... (4:55 PM) : 

i do not like the hair style and the length of the pants.
the jacket and shoes are nice.
anyone agrees with me?

 

Blogger iopine said ... (5:36 PM) : 

LOVE the cuffed, ankle-length trousers. So refreshing.

I keep seeing men in trousers that are cuffed, and too-short. Not intentionally short, as with this man, but unintentionally--and therefore semi-tragically--short, thus rendering the men sadly out of whack.

I saw a man in Starbuck's with the tragically-too-short cuffed trousers yesterday, and I had to stop myself asking him why his wife let him out of the house that way. Yeeeeowch, I'm catty.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:14 PM) : 

The pants on the man in the 2nd photo are brilliantly subversive. The quintessential preppy "go to hell" pants turned upside down (culturally)...

 

Anonymous OngletetFrites said ... (11:09 PM) : 

Sam, you made the pants to short....

 

Blogger Mr. Useless said ... (2:36 AM) : 

the sport coat in the first pic is amazing! brooks brothers feburary catalogue has a similar multi check version on page 22.

 

Blogger SB said ... (2:46 AM) : 

i love the red slacks! They remind me of the jcrew critter pants. An interesting choice in a sea of black and boring.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:34 AM) : 

Hmm ... A bit to Ralph Lauren for my liking

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:46 PM) : 

I do not like the lengh of the pants either - not flattering at all!

 

Blogger B.Chau said ... (6:31 PM) : 

in the first picture, the top ensemble is wonderful and then the length of those pants just become awkward.

 

Blogger maeir said ... (1:39 AM) : 

The jacket, the sweater, the bow tie, the pant length and the cuff!! Can this man get any better?! (the answer, a resounding NO!)

 

Blogger tiggerish said ... (7:57 PM) : 

is that the miu miu tote?

 

Anonymous Ané said ... (2:20 PM) : 

absolutely fabulous

 

Blogger rais said ... (4:32 AM) : 

just nice..i like him('',)

 

Blogger baroccogiapponese said ... (6:16 AM) : 

I like the style of the man in the second picture. Nice urban-country-style. He reminds me the american country version of one of my personal elegance icon: Mr Philippe Daverio, another milanese.

http://teknemedia.net/adv/Philippe%20Daverio%20orizz.jpg

The style of the first man is still very nice, but somehow too typically... "Japanese who wears american style clothes". And the lengh of the pants is too short for my taste. The short-cut is a typical japanese element. It's interesting, but it works only if you are not very tall: in Tokyo it seems quite standard now: I often see men who want to be elegant but fashionable with very short pants.

 

post a comment
Newer Posts Older Posts
Best Web Hosting