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Federico Fellini - 8½ (1963)

marcello mastroiana is by far one of my style gods

he is so fly in la dolce vida as well.

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for masturbatory purposes

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not only based off of his clothing either

having trouble thinking of others right now

bomb .

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brando

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that fucking jacket.....................

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^who's that?

please add sarcasm meter.

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fat looks cool in his synchronized gun-battles, but his film wardrobe wasn't that great...

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theres a Rei Kawakubo interview and editorial shoot in an old POP magazine with christina ricci on the cover where the 2 male models where all cdg womenswear with white dior trainers...ive had it tapped to my wall for like four years and its always been one of my favorite magazine images.

but for clothing mostly ann d and atelier (photos/dudes that work there) have always styled/pulled off the brands that i/a lot of people like especially well.

and not for clothing but axl rose and reid from 'criminal minds' are pretty rad.

and the rick owens boy who always walks for ann, rick, yoji etc. is my all time favorite fashion icon idol.

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See, all these movies take place in a town called Shermer, in Illinois. And there's all this fine bush running around, and we could kick all the dude's asses because they're all whiney pussies. Except Judd Nelson - he was harsh.

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not really a fashion influence but i love them so i had to +1. cept maybe my hair.. and glasses... sorta stealin jemaines look.

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theres a Rei Kawakubo interview and editorial shoot in an old POP magazine with christina ricci on the cover where the 2 male models where all cdg womenswear with white dior trainers...ive had it tapped to my wall for like four years and its always been one of my favorite magazine images.

but for clothing mostly ann d and atelier (photos/dudes that work there) have always styled/pulled off the brands that i/a lot of people like especially well.

and not for clothing but axl rose and reid from 'criminal minds' are pretty rad.

and the rick owens boy who always walks for ann, rick, yoji etc. is my all time favorite fashion icon idol.

Mmmmm....gothninja gumbo. I likes.

I don't wear all greyscale though. Newer Japanese labels have really influenced my style.

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Astaire, not in the literal sense of course... more in the concept of it... the principles.

The fact that his style is subtly unique yet still recognizably classy (note the tie he uses for a belt).

The meticulous fit (high armholes, tight sleeves, slim waists) of his clothing which are also functional and comfortable because he is able to dance in them.

The way he can wear all sorts of hats and neck-wear so well... never looking like a douchebag ^_-.

Also the way he can roll up sleeves and loosen his collar.

The way he wears his style to his old age.

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Anyone who can wear a high waist pair of slacks so well has got it made in his/her old age... there is no way any of us will look good with our current style of low-waist pants past the age of 35.

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