Film Fashion: Stealing Ryan Gosling’s Look In “Drive”
Silent, stoic, and devastatingly handsome; Ryan Gosling’s character in Drive may be one of the most stylish men in modern cinema. The dude straight murders it in classic American work-wear paired with luxury watches and designer shades. This is Menswear Dog’s tribute to our style icon.
not shown: Jeans: Acne Max New Raw Selvage | Sunglasses: Selima Optique Money 2 Aviator in Tortoise | Driving Gloves: Gaspar Gloves | Boots: Stacy Adams Madison Boot in Taupe | Belt: Torino Leather | Watch: Custom Patek Philippe (replicas were used in the film)
Although I haven’t posted to Tumblr in months, I couldn’t resist after seeing this shit.
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It’s been a recent realization of mine that I’ve become increasingly more accustomed to viewing and sharing brilliant design rather than making it, which should be a huge red flag. At what capacity do we try to balance inspiration and the act of designing? What I thought was a fairly even balance has slowly transitioned into an unhealthy need to live vicariously through talented designers’ progress and success via the internet.
Consider this a brief hiatus because I think it’s about time I put my own dreams into action and hopefully make a few people proud.
125cc four-stroke engine, power in the 10 to 15 horsepower range, 188 mpg, top speed 75 mph, sexiness to boot.
Consider me intrigued Yamaha.
I’d buy this if it were on store shelves.
Typeverything.com - Drink Me Now & Forget Me Later… Hand lettered script exploration. (via Creattica)
The social network “subscribe” option is what won me over. There’s something very personal and beautifully ephemeral with the idea of a miniature daily/weekly newsletter.
*Via doinwork: Hello Little Printer
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