6. Breaking: this look rules
Love this outfit because it rings so true to my own life: when it’s time to do some REPORTING— that real capital-J JOURNALISM we all know and love—I always reach for my trusty pipe and fedora.
5. Prep really is back
Every brand that claims they’re reinventing prep—a dozen of which have seemingly sprouted up in Manhattan in the past couple years alone—is steaming mad this isn’t in their lookbook. Not enough guys wear ties with cardigans anymore.
4. A sharp-dressed man
When you’re unveiling a painting with this much damn panache it is basically a requirement to wear a sharp peak-lapel double-breasted suit like Adrien Brody’s. This is first-day stuff at art school.
3. The grail-chasing artiste
Huge cop: Benicio Del Toro’s character, “the loudest artistic voice of his rowdy generation,” says Tilda Swinton, appears to have gotten his hands on the new SR Studio collection by Raf Simons collaborator Sterling Ruby.
2. Chalamet’s smart revolutionary
The wild hair, the professorial herringbone wool jacket, the polo layered underneath the sweater: this is the stuff (closet) revolutions are made of. Also, representation for fuzzy little mustaches is important.
Chalamet, self-care king.
The outfit (left) putting the lost art of talk-show-safari chic back on the map. If you can wear it while sitting on a chevron-pattern rug, even better.