#menswear art inspired * fashion: This small selection of men clo...

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art inspired


#ClippedOnIssuu from FIASCO MAGAZINE - THE NOIR ISSUE--PH-brad lamberty-clothes-randi herbig

EDITORIAL 10 Men Magazine Spring/Summer 2012 Feat. Karl Morrall by Frederike Helwig

#ClippedOnIssuu from PalaceCostes 57


Balmain Military Khaki Shirt - Google pretraÅživanje

overcoat--brook beothers--#ClippedOnIssuu from FIASCO MAGAZINE - THE NOIR ISSUE

This small selection of men clothes is mostly monochromatic black assembled along with few suits of vivid color. Suits and shirts like these belong to the everyday classic wardrobe and could be excellent for most men who are looking for a distinctive style.
Black shirt is essential peace of clothing. Some think it's playing safe, and there is something in that - you can never go wrong with it. You can wear it casual or formal and it is a personal color. It could be your signature color. Here's my tip: Armani Black Shirt.

 For less formal occasions I definitely suggest military green peaces like

(click on image above)
Or similar  short sleeve easy-to-wear variant  here: Paul Jones® Fashion Designer .

And since i'm not sure I'll do a menswear gallery again i'll add, here, my favorite men perfume. I'm not an expert in perfumes so all I can say is -  it's not strong but it has a rich scent and it definitely deserves its name - Armani Mania - Mania By Giorgio Armani For Men. Eau De Toilette Spray.


the cool photos chosen for gallery are:
1. Photography: Brad Lamberty / Clothes: Randi Herbig
( Fiasco Magazine )
2. Karl Morrall by Frederike Helwig
3. Lanvin
4. Lanvin
5. Etro spring '16
6. Dior Homme
7. Dolce&Gabbana Spring Summer 2014
8. H&M
9. Balmain Military Khaki Shirt
10. shirt SIR NEW YORK;
jacket PYER MOSS; pants NICHOLAS K;
Photography: Markus Ziegler
11. overcoat: Brooks Brothers
shirt: Black Fleece
Photography: Weston Wells

I couldn't find the author of this beautiful artwork. If you know who she or he is please tell me. It perfectly depicts how it feels when someone is all messed up in head. Sort of how I feel lately. I find it extraordinarily the complexity of how we can think ourselves into oblivion. Sort of like drowning and that's also what this painting looks a bit like. Or maybe like a warning to not stir up the sludge on the bottom. (lake and or mind).

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1 comment:

  1. omg that's my favorite men's fragrance.
    bought it for my bf.
    love your posts.


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