You heard us. Leto. Miller. Two gigantic attention whores. Two aficionados of clown clothery. Two very different approaches to style. Gentlemen? Choose your weapons and step into the arena.
Lo’s Defense: In the context of this post, let’s just say he’s an argument in favor of classic dandyism and a good illustration of how a man can move away from conventional suiting tropes without lapsing into attention-seeking clown clothes. It’s easy to make fun of a look like this and we’ve certainly done so, but he really is a beautiful man who can take your breath away when he puts a little work into it. It’s not as high-fashion as other choices might be, but for him, it’s good fashion.
T’s Defense: WERQ BITCH WERQ BITCH WERQ BITCH
To be frank, it was all said this morning when we first discussed this look. It’s queer performance art using high fashion. He’s the grandchild of Klaus Nomi here. People are going to talk about this for years. What else do you need to know? He didn’t just get dressed, he challenged the paradigm. Everlasting respect.
Two EXTREMELY different takes on boyfashion! Which one’s it gonna be, the white knight or the black queen, darlings?
Jared Leto: Custom Gucci Double-breasted Peak Lapel Tuxedo with Silk Contrast Lapel and Jacquard Crêpe de Chine Self-tie Blouse
Ezra Miller: Moncler 1 Pierpaolo Piccioli Puffer Coat with Matching Hood and Gloves from the fall 2018 Collection
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