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  1. #151

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    Xander Zhou Spring/Summer 2013



    Another look that I thought only a handful of people will get as it's very quirky but I saw this post on Tumblr - http://lostinvuitton.tumblr.com/post/87904905575 - and it has over a thousand notes. So more people get it's appeal that I thought. To me it's totally sexless - like most of the outfits that I post here - but I think a lot of chic looks are sexless - and this particular look only works on certain men. Maybe not the most practical outfit but in terms of fashion - I think it's perfection.

  2. #152

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    Sexy Outfit Of The Day

    Aaron Bruckner At Michalsky Spring/Summer 2009



    He's got the face/physique Justin Jedlica paid for.

    2:00


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    Re: An outfit a day.

    Quote Originally Posted by carey579 View Post
    Belamo I know we've both complained about menswear but I think there are atleast some designers who create again some great looks for men - even if they'll never appear on the red carpet or most people's closets - and there's about a century's gap to fill for menswear to catch up with womenswear.

    Could you post more outfits that you think are interesting or are there none in your opinion?
    Correction: there are designers who create great pieces of clothing, but not great complete outfits. Cf. #151.
    It's like female fashion in the 1910s and the first half of the 1920s: a few (very few) ideas were showing through in some specific designs, but the outfits in general, let alone the whole sense of fashion, still reeked XIXth century.

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    Re: An outfit a day.

    Today there was a cute guy in front of me, very canonically model type with height, face and even blondness... except for the body which was perfectly fleshed out and proportioned, not showing the sickly signs that those above suffer from the demand to be procusteaned down into clothes made for guys my height and proportions: well my point is that he had a pretty pair of very regular and nothing bony knees

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    ................a cute guy in .........................regular and nothing bony knees
    Were they hairy? I like cute guys with hairy knees.
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    Re: An outfit a day.

    Quote Originally Posted by dpnice View Post
    Were they hairy? I like cute guys with hairy knees.
    Oh, I forgot to mention that they were beautifully smooth and clean... not spotless, not squeaky, but clean and most certainly smooth..: he was as gloriously young and athletically svelte, and quite naturally so, as those Alexa Chung, Fearne Cotton, Ashley Greene, Olivia Palermo, Taylor Swift, Alessandra Ambrosio, Ashley Tisdale, Karlie Kloss, Huntington-Whiteley, Stacy Keibler and who not else would like to appear with all their sad masquerading attempts at beautification

    I know, I know quite well about your perverted tastes in men...

  8. #158

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    Correction: there are designers who create great pieces of clothing, but not great complete outfits.
    I agree and I did mention this earlier. You could post individual pieces or post an outfit and say which piece from the ensemble you like.

    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    Cf. #151.
    It's like female fashion in the 1910s and the first half of the 1920s: a few (very few) ideas were showing through in some specific designs, but the outfits in general, let alone the whole sense of fashion, still reeked XIXth century.
    Hopefully this century will be to menswear what the last century was for womenwear and we will see drastic changes in the coming years/decades. I wish before I'm past the age for it - men wearing short skirts will be completely normal

  9. #159

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    Today there was a cute guy in front of me, very canonically model type with height, face and even blondness... except for the body which was perfectly fleshed out and proportioned, not showing the sickly signs that those above suffer from the demand to be procusteaned down into clothes made for guys my height and proportions: well my point is that he had a pretty pair of very regular and nothing bony knees
    The outfits that I post which I think are chic and would love to wear are modelled by very thin guys. I used to not get why models were so sickly thin and especially nowadays - very unconventional looking. But as I look at fashion more and more - searching to find chic outfits more than sexy or glamorous outfits/models - almost every time I spot a chic outfit it's always on an unconventional looking and especially tall/thin model. Clothes really look chic on tall thin people. Another reason is that skinny/unconventional model do not steal the focus from the outfits as opposed to attractive models so the clothes look more prominent.

  10. #160

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    Also there is a difference between looking good in a chic way and looking good in a sexy way. Sometimes chic and sexy can overlap but I think there are different types/groups of people who either look one or the other. Tall and/or thin people look chic eg - Audrey Hepburn/Princess Diana/Keira Knightley but the ones that are sexy - Marilyn Monroe/Kim K do not look chic (depends on your definition of chic) most of the time imo. They lack the elegance, people see more the person that the outfit. The same outfit could look chic on one person and sexy on another but most of the times those two kinds of people have to be dressed differently and the outfits that I post here are from designers that create clothes for the first kind.

    I like to think my taste in fashion is somewhere between Angelina Jolie's regal elegance and Kate Blanchett's quirky edginess.

    (Sorry if all this sounds like pretentious hogwash)

  11. #161

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    Pringle Of Scotland Spring/Summer 2011


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    Re: An outfit a day.

    Quote Originally Posted by carey579 View Post
    Pringle Of Scotland Spring/Summer 2011

    look like bored shitless ins padded cell but designer wots its
    _bed wearins_
    wear ya bed?
    _no expalin 1st world doins_

    anyway

    Kool thread

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  13. #163

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    Fabiani Spring/Summer 2014



    ^ See belamo two different types of guys for two different types of looks (the second one is barely a look but anyway)

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    Re: An outfit a day.

    Quote Originally Posted by carey579 View Post
    Sexy Outfit Of The Day

    Fabiani Spring/Summer 2014



    ^ See belamo two different types of guys for two different types of looks (the second one is barely a look but anyway)
    That second guy is more like what I was talking about... in fact in could almost be him ("my" guy seemed younger, with more boyish fat, but still could be like that, which looks quite acceptable to me, except for that purplish skin covering the knees, which shows lack of due proper care). Yes, I assume what he is modeling are the shoes, because the trunks (boxerbriefs) are awful and are not even his size!

    The first coat on this page is a design with something reminding of my idea for good design... except for the outrageous zip: zips must be done with of all fashion designs and, as everything, maybe retained only as some extravagant quirk to spice up some design in a playful way, but NEVER to be kept by default.

    The ideal human shape for XXth century chic, especially women, is that of a twig with no curves, like Audrey Hepburn, and such shapes are deemed to look good with everything, but that is false, first because a guy like that in #151, with such konzentrationslager legs, is hideous, as hideous as plumpy fat Marilyn Monroe is deemed for XXth century fashion and, second, because even skinny people, and them even more so, can look as ridiculous and unchic with designs that contrast too heavily with their skinniness: I remember Audrey Hepburn being featured on the back cover of a DVD of Charade, with the coat she is wearing at the end of the movie, and looks truly laughable there, although in the film she is still can pass for all right-looking.

    Today's assless ideal shape, which is already ridiculous by itself, make men look ridiculous in low-waist pants, like "overflowing", especially with tightening belts, which should be just an occasional option, not a mandatory, omnipresent accessory. Fashion should follow human shape even when it seems to be going away from it..: I have bubbly ass and broad shoulders and bumpy tits developed by swimming, but I can wear an L cardigan that I bought without trying on, because it simply was my shoulders breadth, and even if it looks ridiculous or, at least, totally against the trend to wear it tight and at waist's length, it totally goes with that XXth century trend towards "chic" slenderness, more like a looser yet closer fitting, soft version of the old male frock coat, especially accessorized with formal shoes, dark, slim fit pants and smaller sunglasses and contrasting thicker, winter gloves that you would use for more outdoors extreme activities than carrying a briefcase: I noticed some flashing appreciating, star-struck looks in posh guys when they first see me like that, not because the clothes are any good in themselves, not because the look itself is any good either, but because it gives them an idea of a design that they would enjoy looking at and wearing themselves... their look suddenly goes away as they realize what I am actually wearing, but they still keep appreciation from what I just commented they get from it: did they find it truly ridiculous, they would smile at their mistake, but they do realize there is something there better than the tie-less, glove-less, cap-less version of the old rotten 1900s British sports look (morning, walking attire) that Hackett & their American wannabees is spewing out for them to wear with oversize, geeky wristwatches and pilot sunglasses.

  15. #165

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  16. #166

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    Quote Originally Posted by carey579 View Post
    Since when did common sense and fashion have anything to do with each other?

    Oh right if we rely too much on function then swimsuit/undies with gold buckle won't exist




  17. #167

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    Look at my bow tie...

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    I like this outfit

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    but I wonder what kind of underpants they're wearing

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    That second guy is more like what I was talking about... in fact in could almost be him ("my" guy seemed younger, with more boyish fat, but still could be like that, which looks quite acceptable to me, except for that purplish skin covering the knees, which shows lack of due proper care). Yes, I assume what he is modeling are the shoes, because the trunks (boxerbriefs) are awful and are not even his size!

    The first coat on this page is a design with something reminding of my idea for good design... except for the outrageous zip: zips must be done with of all fashion designs and, as everything, maybe retained only as some extravagant quirk to spice up some design in a playful way, but NEVER to be kept by default.

    The ideal human shape for XXth century chic, especially women, is that of a twig with no curves, like Audrey Hepburn, and such shapes are deemed to look good with everything, but that is false, first because a guy like that in #151, with such konzentrationslager legs, is hideous, as hideous as plumpy fat Marilyn Monroe is deemed for XXth century fashion and, second, because even skinny people, and them even more so, can look as ridiculous and unchic with designs that contrast too heavily with their skinniness: I remember Audrey Hepburn being featured on the back cover of a DVD of Charade, with the coat she is wearing at the end of the movie, and looks truly laughable there, although in the film she is still can pass for all right-looking.

    Today's assless ideal shape, which is already ridiculous by itself, make men look ridiculous in low-waist pants, like "overflowing", especially with tightening belts, which should be just an occasional option, not a mandatory, omnipresent accessory. Fashion should follow human shape even when it seems to be going away from it..: I have bubbly ass and broad shoulders and bumpy tits developed by swimming, but I can wear an L cardigan that I bought without trying on, because it simply was my shoulders breadth, and even if it looks ridiculous or, at least, totally against the trend to wear it tight and at waist's length, it totally goes with that XXth century trend towards "chic" slenderness, more like a looser yet closer fitting, soft version of the old male frock coat, especially accessorized with formal shoes, dark, slim fit pants and smaller sunglasses and contrasting thicker, winter gloves that you would use for more outdoors extreme activities than carrying a briefcase: I noticed some flashing appreciating, star-struck looks in posh guys when they first see me like that, not because the clothes are any good in themselves, not because the look itself is any good either, but because it gives them an idea of a design that they would enjoy looking at and wearing themselves... their look suddenly goes away as they realize what I am actually wearing, but they still keep appreciation from what I just commented they get from it: did they find it truly ridiculous, they would smile at their mistake, but they do realize there is something there better than the tie-less, glove-less, cap-less version of the old rotten 1900s British sports look (morning, walking attire) that Hackett & their American wannabees is spewing out for them to wear with oversize, geeky wristwatches and pilot sunglasses.
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    Well belamy's dissertation was quite difficult to assimilate but Sloppy you really outdid yourself there as I was incapable of deciphering a single sentence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpnice View Post
    Well belamy's dissertation was quite difficult to assimilate but Sloppy you really outdid yourself there as I was incapable of deciphering a single sentence.
    sure me is got it rong

    thankyou

  24. #174

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    Christian Lacroix Homme Spring/Summer 2013




  25. #175

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    Sexy Outfit Of The Day

    Matthew Terry At Calvin Klein Presentation In Singapore



    Looking bored to death



    But so sexy!


  26. #176

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    I noticed some flashing appreciating, star-struck looks in posh guys when they first see me like that, not because the clothes are any good in themselves, not because the look itself is any good either, but because it gives them an idea of a design that they would enjoy looking at and wearing themselves... their look suddenly goes away as they realize what I am actually wearing, but they still keep appreciation from what I just commented they get from it: did they find it truly ridiculous, they would smile at their mistake, but they do realize there is something there better than the tie-less, glove-less, cap-less version of the old rotten 1900s British sports look (morning, walking attire) that Hackett & their American wannabees is spewing out for them to wear with oversize, geeky wristwatches and pilot sunglasses.
    lol I just saw Hackett being featured in GQ (which IMO is one of the main culprits in stagnating menswear in recent times) while browsing through this season's collections. This site 'MenInThisTwon' which GQ featured recently I think epitomises that look you are talking about. It makes me laugh when a guy is called or calls himself stylish/fashion forward wearing a suit.

    http://www.meninthistown.com/#

    This article I posted earlier also talked about the problem with GQ and it's chauvinistic editors.

    http://bereniceteh90.hubpages.com/hu...-Victorian-Age

    http://bereniceteh90.hubpages.com/hu...m-Glenn-OBrien

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post

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    Re: An outfit a day.

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    Christian Lacroix Homme Spring/Summer 2013



    I would definitely handle the model by the ears and wear him rather than the clothes... and that without caring what his body under them actually looks like...

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    I would definitely handle the model by the ears and wear him rather than the clothes... and that without caring what his body under them actually looks like...
    Most runway models of today are imo male versions of - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jolie_laide

    But he's certainly better looking than -



    Love this comment

    Wouldn't buy any of it and it still feels like he chooses the models by the punchabilty of their faces

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    Re: An outfit a day.

    Quote Originally Posted by carey579 View Post


    Most runway models of today are imo male versions of - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jolie_laide

    But he's certainly better looking than -



    Love this comment

    I didn't imply he was good looking: as I have said more than once, I like that sort of fugly... the one I quoted, not yours ...

  32. #182

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    Belamo what do you think about this collection?

    http://www.vogue.co.uk/fashion/sprin...ries-van-noten

    It got almost universal approval at The Fashion Spot.

    http://forums.thefashionspot.com/f60...is-253659.html

    I haven't seen all the collections yet but I think it's the best collection of this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carey579 View Post
    belamo what do you think about this collection?

    http://www.vogue.co.uk/fashion/sprin...ries-van-noten

    It got almost universal approval at The Fashion Spot.

    http://forums.thefashionspot.com/f60...is-253659.html

    I haven't seen all the collections yet but I think it's the best collection of this season.
    Another sad example of what could START being developed into something truly beyond old-same. Small fish in a smaller pond, I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    Another sad example of what could START being developed into something truly beyond old-same. Small fish in a smaller pond, I guess.


    Belamo exactly what do you think menswear should be? Like elaborate preferably through pictures please.

  36. #186

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    I do agree that it's still shirts, shorts and pants but it's so different to most designers. Especially designers who create an entire collection out of suits season after season. You want change but cannot expect designers to come out with something totally drastic all of a sudden that no one will wear and will be their financial ruin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carey579 View Post
    I do agree that it's still shirts, shorts and pants but it's so different to most designers. Especially designers who create an entire collection out of suits season after season. You want change but cannot expect designers to come out with something totally drastic all of a sudden that no one will wear and will be their financial ruin.
    Exactly: they are just rag peddlers, not designers.
    Exclusivity will always be welcomed, even more now that there is so much hunger for it... even Anna Wintour, whose status in the fashion industry does not come from a particular talent as the opportunity she had of making pass for a god-send guru for just a lower-tier talent among the hundreds of people who could have done better than her, at Vogue or wherever and in whatever else way.
    Maybe the best way is not to be a timid ass-licking uppity-little-crowd-pleaser, but someone aware of what needs to be done, can be done, and also aware of all the buttons to have to push in people's dulled-down brains to recognize what they were wanting when they thought they were already getting it.

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    Re: An outfit a day.

    Quote Originally Posted by carey579 View Post


    belamo exactly what do you think menswear should be? Like elaborate preferably through pictures please.
    Why all that is presented as "newer" has to be baggy and deconstructed?
    Clothing starts with an architecture of the gowns, and then come colors, textures, shapes... but ALL designers follow the exact same pattern, the difference being that some are just slightly away from the core, but always still inside the same general system.

    I may be hyperactive, but not to the point of wasting my time and effort, relative to something as serious as the plan for changing the way millions of people dress, in a message that would be totally unnoticed on a site that nobody considers serious enough for anything relatively important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    Why all that is presented as "newer" has to be baggy and deconstructed?
    Clothing starts with an architecture of the gowns, and then come colors, textures, shapes... but ALL designers follow the exact same pattern, the difference being that some are just slightly away from the core, but always still inside the same general system.

    I may be hyperactive, but not to the point of wasting my time and effort, relative to something as serious as the plan for changing the way millions of people dress, in a message that would be totally unnoticed on a site that nobody considers serious enough for anything relatively important.
    Forgot to add precisely the cornerstone of the whole system: what sort of person, what sort of body, what REAL new man are we shaping for others to be a reference. And THAT is something that doesn't come out of the blue, out of the personal whim of a certain designer: it goes with the times so, to be a great, good designer that makes something really worthy and leaving an imprint for the following decades, you have to become aware of the real needs and trends of the "real" people (I do not mean the "simple", "normal" people who just go along with whatever they are offered)... but at least we seem to agree that there is something really wrong and a definite change is needed, as exactly a century ago was the case for women.
    Last edited by belamo; July 2nd, 2014 at 01:50 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    Forgot to add precisely the cornerstone of the whole system: what sort of person, what sort of body, what REAL new man are we shaping for others to be a reference. And THAT is something that doesn't come out of the blue, out of the personal whim of a certain designer: it goes with the times so, to be a great, good designer that makes something really worthy and leaving an imprint for the following decades, you have to become aware of the real needs and trends of the "real" people (I do not mean the "simple", "normal" people who just go along with whatever they are offered)... but at least we seem to agree that there is something really wrong and a definite change is needed, as exactly a century ago was the case for women.
    Let's leave it at that because I am getting more and more lost reading your comments

    PS I think JUB has more influence than you think. It is the biggest gay chat forum.

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    Wooyoungmi Spring/Summer 2011


  42. #192

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    Matthew Terry At Parke & Ronen Spring/Summer 2012





    I believe this got him the Super Bowl Ad -


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    Nicole Farhi Spring/Summer 2012


  44. #194

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    Sexy Outfit Of The Day

    Tarik Lakehal At Jean Paul Gaultier Spring/Summer 2013

    Ft. Amanda Lear


  45. #195

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    Damn this turned me on so much!

    It has everything I want to see in real life/movies/porn.

    Gratuitously sexy revealing outfit on the guy. I love sheer/shiny/tight!

    Attractive guy + unattractive girl (well she's not unattractive and she is still wearing revealing outfit too but the contrast is clear and I love the boytoy fantasy)






  46. #196

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    The thing is I did not find Tarik THAT attractive -especially his face - even when he opened Versace & JPG I did not get the appeal/hype but there are two situations when I personally find guys hot.

    One - They are just downright sexy.

    Two - If they are be average/or I did not get the appeal before - if they are dressed provocatively or actors who star in gratuitous scenes make them so much sexier/you see them in a different way and I think that's the case here.





    Okay I'm getting busy now

  47. #197

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    Well seems like it's not just fantasy toyboy+sugarmama pairing after all



    So hot!






  48. #198

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    ^^^
    That boy outfit is awesome but the pairing is cringeworthy

    If you like that kind of stuff
    forget fashion, here's Madonna's new vid with her set of boytoys

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    ^

    Madonna

    But I do love that video especially for this -


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    Quote Originally Posted by JPGhost View Post
    That boy outfit is awesome but the pairing is cringeworthy
    It is unfortunate most gay men or women do not get the attractive+unattractive pairing (probably because it very rarely happens the other way around due to social standing for women and social invisibility for gays till recently and again only in developed countries) but straight men live for it.



    Atleast in most toyboy pairings the women still look attractive even if they're older but when it's older man + younger women the men are downright unattractive.





    Last edited by carey579; July 4th, 2014 at 09:34 PM.

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