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On the Street.......Mr. Vacca in Linen, Central Park


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Sunday, June 03, 2007

On the Street.......Mr. Vacca in Linen, Central Park

I love the crinkly summer elegance of a linen suit.

Comments on "On the Street.......Mr. Vacca in Linen, Central Park"


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:38 AM) : 

That's downtown? Where? It looks
like Central Park East...
Great look on Domenico, by the way.


Blogger Carolina Lange said ... (9:44 AM) : 

So elegant!


Anonymous Dani said ... (10:50 AM) : 

In Holland we would say this guy looks very 'gelikt' (smooth).

He needs a little twist, I think.

Great over all look though


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:38 AM) : 

amazing! i love linen and this season is so "hot". He looks very elegant without trying. Beatiful suit, beatiful material, beatiful cut beatiful color and beautiful smile. love the patched pocket on a linen suit. great picture. bravo Sartorialist, right on!


Anonymous Chris Berry said ... (11:42 AM) : 

Casual perfection.


Blogger a lady said ... (11:56 AM) : 

now this is lovely: the length of the cuff, the tonal shoe/suit combination--and the smile. makes me want to take a walk in central park.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:16 PM) : 

I'm somewhat disturbed by the shoes. Very sleek, but they don't seem to work. Spectators would've been better.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:50 PM) : 

that doesn't look like downtown...that looks like it's right next to central park?


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:03 PM) : 

I would have liked a contrast between the suit color and shoes, perhaps a navy blue pair?

but I think I like it otherwise.
Although, I have a hard time with that color. It works; I know. Nonetheless, I'm hesistant to say it's ever quite right.


Blogger KEYNOTER said ... (2:17 PM) : 

I think the buttons are a little strained on the jacket. But his shoes are a good match with his suit. He is lucky that tan is 'in'


Blogger Cristina said ... (3:11 PM) : 

this style it's remember to the sytle of my parent to go to work ath the 70's , when i was a baby...the brown colour and the slimmer of the size...don't you think about the seventies when you look at it???


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:23 PM) : 

This man's store down here in Bal Harbour is perfect. Everything looks flawless.

If I was a millionaire, I'd get all my clothes made there. Custom. It's breathtaking.


Blogger Butch said ... (4:18 PM) : 

Like this a lot--particularly the color. To be picky, the jacket, and particularly the sleeves seem a mite too slim; I keep going back and forth on the shirt sleeves which seem not be buttoned.

On the one hand, they provide a casual follow-through to the open-necked shirt; on the other...well, they seem a bit floppy.

(Also would do a different shoe color--though I have no idea at the moment what that might be.)


Blogger Jessica said ... (5:18 PM) : 

oooooooh, i LOVE that look!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:36 PM) : 

The caramel cowboy. Vacca's masterful sense of color shown in full effect here, with a degree of coordination between suit and shoes that is sublime yet vaguely unsettling. Beautiful, contemporary menswear that strikes a fine balance between classical and avant-garde.


Blogger Blaise said ... (8:37 PM) : 

I just love the color, especially on the shoes..


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:08 PM) : 

great suit & smile~~!!


Blogger Candid Cool said ... (10:47 PM) : 

The color & smile are magnificent


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:00 AM) : 

ok i know that right now you're in ny but yesterday i was shopping in a hat shop on melrose blvd in los angeles and there was a man there that looked just like you. I had to do a double take but i realized it wasn't you because he was holding no camera. plus im on your site religiously and i know where you are. by the way, I was just recently introduced your site a couple weeks ago and I love it. Its so full of inspiration for me because currently im a fashion student at otis college of art and design. Thank you for the wonderful work you do =)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:11 AM) : 

the shoes fit just perfectly with the suit and I´m sure he is very aware of it.The color is quite unusual but it fits him.I personally find it too unusual but then again-I´m not the one to wear it.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:24 AM) : 

classicly handsome pose - he's a natural!


Anonymous kyla said ... (4:42 AM) : 

this looks fab. difficult colour to wear, really works with a crisp white shirt. love it


Blogger frostpatterns said ... (6:46 AM) : 

A while ago I was standing at a shop window looking at some linen clothes. A woman walked by with her friends and said: "Linen is really terrible, it's always wrinkly!" I just had a big ? in my head, just stopping myself from asking her: "So what, isn't that what linen is supposed to do?! Isn't that the beauty of it?!" Well, I just wanted to say, that while I can see that it can be difficult for some people to carry it off with elegance, I also really love the texture of linen and it is a pleasure to see it work so well on this gentleman.


Anonymous MammaLex said ... (7:54 AM) : 

What a gorgeous brown!
Som sirap på glassen...


Blogger SubjectiveFashion said ... (8:19 AM) : 

Those shoes are working in his favour. Perfect size and cut, almost doesn´t look like linen.


Blogger william d. anderson said ... (8:35 AM) : 

a bit of contrast with the shoes might have made this a bit stronger. matching the shoes so perfectly just doesn't work for me.


Blogger Alice Olive said ... (8:41 AM) : 

I love this photo - the colours (his and nature's!) go beautifully together. I like the suit but what draws me most is his air of easy self-confidence. I like!


Blogger sandman_gr said ... (9:27 AM) : 

Ilove the color- caramel! But it does look a tiny bit tight for his body. Unless it is the pose that makes it look this way.


Blogger Belinda said ... (9:46 AM) : 

NOTHING beats a man in a linen suit. Very classy. Very sexy.


Anonymous stella said ... (10:16 AM) : 

so do i.
even though this one's jacket is a tiny little blink too tight :o)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:04 AM) : 

he is the master "the maestro"of Italian sartorial clothing. Love the cut and the fabric. I met Mr. Vacca and his dedication to top quality in everything he does blew my mind. If you can guys check his stores. Also i was very impressed by his woman collection. Nobody does an hand made woman collection in the market today like DV. Great shot Sartorialist.


Blogger Mutterlein said ... (11:47 AM) : 

That suit is perfect! My favorite part of the look are the shoes, the color is great for the suit. Rather good.


Blogger manh said ... (1:01 PM) : 

Are those cuffs on his trousers?


Blogger Just an Observation said ... (4:32 PM) : 



Blogger Kevin said ... (4:56 PM) : 

Thank you for showing a linen suit. I just had one made-to-measure in a dark brown the salesman was second guessing my choice in linen but I siad I would take the blame if it was to 'wrinkley'. I'm glad I stuck to my guns. Now I need to get shoes and your picture again helped me feel better about my choice.


Blogger true supermodel said ... (5:46 PM) : 

He looks very spiffy and I like that he used linen for a serious look.


Blogger Asian Models Blogger said ... (1:35 AM) : 

The color looks great on him. I rarely see men wearing pastel but this is totally wearable.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:46 AM) : 

i'm probably half this man's age but if i saw him walking down the street i would stop everything i was doing and STARE.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:55 AM) : 

I could see spectators with this, but I also like how these shoes blend in. I'm having a hard time picturing any other shade of brown that wouldn't stick out.

How about an ascot? For the day in a light shade and with spectators it would make it look quite jaunty, and if in the evening in a darker shade with shoes to complement (not spectators) it would dress it up a bit. Just a thought.



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