Because you can't have depths without surfaces.
Linda Grant, thinking about clothes, books and other matters.

Tuesday, 10 February 2009

Dolce & Gabanna tux at the Baftas



Fat, dirty and dishevelled will be coming to a catwalk near us very soon

7 comments:

Mopsa said...

Can he really be fat after achieving that amazing physique much blurted across our tv screens, in excerpts from his recent film? Ah well, he's human like the rest of us.

Toby Wollin said...

I for one would really enjoy seeing a return to dress and behavior standards that are aspirational -- rather than perspirational. When you look at actresses and actors, pre-Marlon Brando, no matter what their backgrounds were, they at least made a sincere attempt to look neat, tidy, well dressed, and well spoken in public(whatever they did in private is another matter entirely).

Arabella said...

Dirty and dishevelled yes, but Mickey Rourke still looks better in a leotard than I do.

Arabella said...

Dirty and dishevelled yes, but Mickey Rourke still looks better in a leotard than I do.

Arabella said...

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greying pixie said...

I do find him rather sad. Is he really a role model for men? I don't know anyone who finds him fascinating.

Cathy said...

I must say, though, I like the jacket.