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Some examples from Flusser's Dressing the Man to show that there are some precedents for wearing one's watch on the outside of the sleeve. I think we could do worse than to emulate the Rake of the Riviera in our quest to achieve sartorial sprezzatura.
12/27/2012 at 22:19 | Permalink
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Haha well played sir! I had to go back to GQ style manual circa 2010 for a lesson of "Now you know everything, throw it away" from Mr. Agnelli. But I did find this jem to help my case. http://rolexblog.blogspot.com/2011/05/supreme-italian-style-omega-coolness.html?m=1 By the way I don't read that persons blog. Just found the pic. I do think only a select few could pull off the look. I will concede this round to you.
Cheers dc happy new year
01/03/2013 at 09:13
I don't think I have the panache to try it myself. I do, however, admire the daring with which some folks put their looks together.
You've always been high on my list for people that were able to make a distinctive statement without looking foppish.
01/03/2013 at 17:25
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