Justin Theroux kind of gets on our nerves a little bit. He’s a charismatic actor and a good-looking guy who has a little bit of style to him. You’d think we’d be all over that. But he does give off the distinct whiff of “douche.” See, when GQ asks you what the ladies think of your beard and you respond with “Certain chicks dig it; certain chicks don’t,” we can’t help but sit back, cross our arms, and say “Really, Justin? Really? Are we The Fonz today?”
Bit maybe we should cut him a little slack, because he’s clearly not The Fonz for this editorial in GQ. He’s Serpico.
Jacket, $2,995 by Z Zegna. Henley, $110 by Vince. Necklace by Giles & Brother. Hat by Coal.
And that’s kind of fabulous. We’ll automatically applaud any guyditorial that manages to avoid dressing the featured male celebrity like a freshman in college, but this one’s not only stylish and has a specific point of view; it’s also a perfect fit for his looks and personality. If he doesn’t have a ’70s cop flick in the can already, he should work on putting one together. Of course, the budget would have to be enormous, because Al Pacino could saunter all over ’70s New York in outfits that cost no more than 5 dollars total, but in 2011, a gritty cop apparently needs at least 500 dollars for one outfit alone.
Still, he looks hot as hell.
T-shirt, $150 by Calvin Klein Collection. Jeans, $80 by Calvin Klein Jeans. Belt by Yves Saint Laurent. Watch by IWC. Ring by David Yurman.
Cardigan, $325 by Boss Orange. Shirt, $184 by Oliver Spencer. Jeans, $187 by J Brand. Belt by Tom Ford. Hat by Polo Ralph Lauren. Vintage boots by Carolina Shoe Co.
Combat jacket, $325 by Polo Ralph Lauren. Hoodie, $50, and thermal, $35, Alternative . Jeans, $225 by Spurr. Vintage boots (his own).
Shirt, $255 by Rag & Bone. Suede pants, $3,625 by Roberto Cavalli. Belt by Yves Saint Laurent. Sunglasses by Tom Ford. Watch by IWC. Bracelets by Cartier (front), Bottega Veneta (center), and John Varvatos.
Jacket, $2,495 by Boss Selection. Shirt, $125 by All Saints. Jeans, $189 by Joe’s. Hat by A.P.C. Belt by Dsquared2. Bead necklace (top) by Giles & Brother. Other necklaces (vintage) by Melet Mercantile.
Jacket, $3,100 by Gucci. Henley, $390 by Dsquared2. Chinos, $165 by Rogue. Sunglasses by Tom Ford
[Photo Credit: Nathaniel Goldberg for gq.com]
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