We do so love being a little ahead of the curve, style-wise. Although we suppose you could make the argument that once it’s featured in GQ, a trend has passed into the mainstream. Okay, fine. We’re not ahead of the curve. We’re talking about tweed, kittens. You see, the other night, we were having a discussion about what pieces we wanted to boost our wardrobe with for February’s fashion week and we were both in agreement that we don’t really need to add much, but that we were sorely feeling the need. The need for tweed.
So here’s Boardwalk Empire hottie (at least when he has an entire face) Jack Huston, sporting the latest in tweeds for men. Tom will happily take that Michael Bastian coat off his hands and Lorenzo will be more than happy to sport the Burberry.
‘Boardwalk Empire’ star Jack Huston is featured in the latest issue of GQ magazine photographed by Frederike Helwig.
Coat, $1,375 by Michael Bastian. Cardigan, $675 by Zegna Sport. Henley, $125 by Gant Rugger. Pants, $90 by Banana Republic.
Suit, $2,750, and shirt, $500 by Prada. Sweater vest, $325 by Todd Snyder. Vintage boots by Knapp.
Sports jacket, $995 by Burberry London. Turtleneck, $295 by Polo Ralph Lauren. Pants, $525 by Michael Bastian. Boots, $925 by Giorgio Armani. Gloves by Club Monaco.
[Photo Credit: Frederike Helwig for GQ]
Tags: Banana Republic, Boardwalk Empire, Burberry London, Club Monaco, Editorials, Frederike Helwig, Gant Rugger, Giorgio Armani, GQ, Jack Huston, Knapp, Michael Bastian, Polo Ralph Lauren, Prada, Todd Snyder, Zegna Sport
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