In Which A and N Dissect Obama’s Current Outfit
A- do we like Obama’s leather jacket here
that oatmeal nubby sweater is a plus but the tee shirt underneath is terrible
N- for a dad its a really good look, for the leader of the free world its subpar
SUCH A DAD
A- I feel like he did better back in his first term back when he had Sarkozy to compete with!
A- Sarko might have been a nefarious conservative, but he really had this sort of ride-the-crisis chic to his personal style
An exciting new take on the henly. I want it. -A
I’d put this right in the center of today’s contemporary looks. Unsurprisingly, a lot of the elements are atemporal, or a twist on an atemporally classic piece. -A
(Source: death-by-elocution, via jordanhamada)
Keep Quality In Your Casual.
Mixing solids like a gangster, part X, ft. a really big coat. -A
Angelo Nardelli 1951 F/W 2013 lookbook
This homeboy with his enormous red face is all over my feed today. Anyways, love the gently quilted jacket. -A
Is that the kind of blue I want? No, maybe more navy than that. It’s a nice look, but a bit too aquamarine for my purposes. -A
(Source: gq-turkiye, via iwishtocontinue)
Moncler x Bergdorf Goodman 111th Aniversary Rodriguez Field Jacket
Wow, this is intense and beautiful. The textures and delicate shaping of those pockets give it a sort of post-tactical kind of look. -A
Daniel Friedman, 34, who owns Bindle and Keep in Brooklyn finds his niche in the fashion industry by giving female and transgender clients a masculine look, one that fits their bodies.
Gendered clothing lets you assert an identity in a language that everyone who sees you can instantly understand. That’s a powerful tool, especially for people who struggle to be themselves against the realities of their body. Great find, N! -A