The Talented Mr Ripley aptly conveys the ultra-exclusive lifestyle of the 1960s Park Avenue-set. Robinson Les Bains trunks, Illesteva shades, a cashmere Alfred Dunhill blazer, Paul Smith cufflinks and classic Superga shoes are all reminiscent of this golden era, affording the wearer a small taste of classic luxury.
Mr Essentialist has recently discovered the joy of stripes, and no recent trip to prison was involved – promise! The look includes an APC sweater, a wool-blend Rick Owens beanie and fitted chinos from Acne.
Mr Essentialist loves the easy nature of summer fashion. Cutler and Gross sunglasses paired with Simon Spurr white jeans and classic Tods loafers always make for a perfect fit.
A few essentials for Fourth of July 🙂
Mr Essentialist loves to examine shoes. Here Prada offers practicality with a loafer, Bottega Veneta an easy sandal, and Sebago a sturdy yet classic boat-shoe.
In this week’s report card Alexander Atkins highlights Diptyque’s Figuier candle, Neil Barrett knitwear, and a Brooks Brothers bow tie.
Sometimes things get cray, but don’t let that affect your look. A Cartier tank and Dior Homme shirt is just the remedy.