You know how we always say, “Darlings, here’s a pretty boy for you to get over the hump today?” Well, to hell with that, GQ is serving up MAN.
Coat, $2,295, shirt, $295, tie, $155, and pants, $495, by Ralph Lauren Black Label. Pocket square, $40 by Polo Ralph Lauren. Tie bar, $15 by The Tie Bar. Shoes, $895 by Salvatore Ferragamo. Belt by Tom Ford. Watch by Piaget.
Javier Bardem covers the October 2012 issue of GQ magazine photographed by Nathaniel Goldberg.
Bam. There you go. Ask yourself this, “Is he buttoning his jacket or taking it off as he confidently strolls toward me and looks intently in my eyes?” That should keep you dreamy-eyed for a while.
We would cut a bitch for that coat.
Inside, Javier goes through his day wearing a succession of gorgeous tuxedos that most of us could never afford. But he sure does look pretty doing it.
Tuxedo, $3,400 by Gucci. Shirt, $520 bow tie, $185 and pocket square by Gucci. Watch by Cartier.
Tuxedo, $4,300 by Dior Homme. Shirt, $510 by Brunello Cucinelli. Pocket square by J.Lindeberg. Watch by Cartier.
But in the interests of fulfilling our bitchiness quotient for the day, we have to say, we are not digging the highlights.
[Photo Credit: Nathaniel Goldberg for gq.com]
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