Milan- Thom Brown's game changing suit cut isn't going anywhere and it never looked better than on a heavy weight gray suit. Short jackets and breakless trousers work real well if you have the body type for it.
Milan- The blue double breasted blazer is my favorite thing in the world right now. Here is another example of how to do it right.
Milan- This is an example of ageless badassery at its finest. Everything from the shades to the tie bar to the pocket square is perfect classical elegance. I wish I was cool enough to rock this haircut.
Milan- Here a black watch blazer with brass buttons, a denim shit and leather gloves are combined effortlessly. All the materials, fabrics and patterns work with, not against, each other in subtle, yet striking ways.
Milan- Ralph Lauren eat your heart out.
Milan- The undercollar is such a crucial detail that is too often overlooked. Check out Jon's pic of me rocking an awesome DS Dundee number.
Milan- One word: yellow.
Milan- The classic blue blazer is given an unconventional upgrade with some serious hunting details. The refined pedigree of this classic item looks great when paired up with rugged additions.
Paris- While the gloves are kinda foolish, for me this pic is all about the awesome shades and the absence of neckwear on the buttoned up shirt.
Paris- Definitely not for novices, but the pairing of slim cuffed trousers and the athletic running shoes kills it.
Paris- Beard, bow tie, cardigan, blazer, scarf...This guy is doing nothing out of the ordinary, but somehow his swagger comes through in full force.
[All pictures courtesy of GQ.]