Normally, we’d probably run screaming from the idea of these two paired in one editorial. We suppose they each have their charms, but we’ve never really been the audience for either of them and, at the risk of sounding cranky (HAHA! I KNOW, RIGHT?), we tend to find them both a little irritating.
Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon for GQ, photographed by Peggy Sirota. Left: Suit, shirt, and tie by Dolce & Gabbana. Pocket square by Tom Ford. Right: Suit, shirt, and tie by Calvin Klein Collection. Tie bars by The Tie Bar.
But we should just shut our whore mouths every once in a while because our initial impression about the idea was clearly wrong. This spread is HILARIOUS. Kudos to them both for having so much fun with it.
And the clothes aren’t bad either.
Left: Sailor suit and and hat by Kaufman’s Army & Navy. Right: Sailor suit and and hat by Uncle Sam’s Army Navy. Shoes by Allen Edmonds. Socks by Falke.
Left: Jacket, shirt, and pants by Louis Vuitton. Bow tie by Band of Outsiders. Cuff links by Brooks Brothers. Glasses by Blinde Eyewear. Right: Jacket by Balmain Homme. Shirt by Burberry London. Pants by Burberry Prorsum. Bow tie by Rag & Bone. Glasses by Oliver Peoples.
Left: Suit, shirt, tie, and pocket square by Tom Ford. Shoes by Thom Browne New York. Hat by Montecarlo at JJ Hat Center. Right: Suit by Burberry London. Sweater by Gucci. Polo shirt by Prada. Loafers by G.H. Bass & Co. Socks by Falke. Hat by Stetson.
Tags: Allen Edmonds, Balmain Homme, Band of Outsiders, Blinde Eyewear, Brooks Brothers, Burberry London, Burberry Prorsum, Calvin Klein, Dolce&Gabbana, Falke, G.H. Bass & Co., GQ, Gucci, Jimmy Fallon, Justin Timberlake, Kaufman's Army & Navy, Louis Vuitton, Montecarlo at JJ Hat Center, Oliver Peoples, Peggy Sirota, Prada, Rag & Bone, Stetson, The Tie Bar, Thom Browne, Tom Ford, Uncle Sam's Army Navy