… says Richard Gere as Julian Kay, the most stylish “American Gigolo”.
This is the other title of unprecedented allure glimpse, after the American Psycho emotion.
Out of the warm purple light and the bursting L.A sunset scenes appear a series of a sexy man’s silhouettes.
Julian doesn’t “like playing the same numbers twice… they get possessive”.
And he was so right when mismatching jackets and the rest, in earthy and neutral tones mixed with his unparalleled walk of style.
Our own walk of style starts here…
Two silhouettes from BOSS BLACK. Light & airy, these two laid-back ensembles are depictions of the mismatching success. Low-key perfection in moonlight blue & grey of summer-ish light wool blends.
Beige for this blazer from COS in heavy cotton twill.
To wear over the white poplin shirt with removable collar in Havana leather from DIOR HOMME.
…and to wear above the British touch. This cloudy grey slim fit light wool trousers from BURBERRY Tailoring, celebrating accurate cuts.
Silk ties from CORNELIANI, for the sartorial effect.
Z ZEGNA, the other marvelous line by Ermenegildo, have come-up with this washed-out grey lace-up.
Consider also the belts from white nuances to heavy blue with leather details by ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA.
Bi-material sunglasses from GIVENCHY. Pay attention to the “star”…
The utlimate component… First launched in 1957, the MERCEDES-BENZ SL or Sport Lighweight, in vivid red.
“I can’t be possessed”…
“American Gigolo” (1980), Paramount Pictures, Written & Directed by Paul Schrader, Richard Gere as Julian Kay.