By The Editors of GQ Style for GQ.
OCCUPATION: Mr. Robot on Mr. Robot
THE SUIT: Slim three-piece camo-lined suit from a not-so-dystopian future
CONFESSION: "Over the years, if I look back at photos, I think there was a pretty frightening lack of style. I was just grabbing whatever I saw in the closet and putting it on. Now I know that I'm good in single-breasted suits, a really thin lapel, a shorter jacket. Less material is key: I didn't really get that when I was younger. Now I'm just trying to streamline things as much as possible."
Odell Beckham Jr.
OCCUPATION: Wide receiver and game-breaker, New York Giants
THE SUIT: Tonal olive for end-zone dancing at bars, clubs, and black-carpet events
"I love wearing a suit. Anytime. Deion Sanders always used to say: You look good, you feel good, you play good. And it's true!" -Odell Beckham Jr.
From left: Suit (three-piece), $2,995, by Dolce & Gabbana | Shirt by Valentino | Sneakers by Golden Goose Deluxe Brand | Suit, $1,495, by Z Zegna | Shirt, PS by Paul Smith | Scarf (in hand), Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane | Shoes, Tom Ford | Suit, $3,440, Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane
OCCUPATION: Pop stars
THE SUITS: From left, on Adam Hann (lead guitar): Advil red three-piece with some shine. On Ross MacDonald (bass): dressy midnight blue with killer boots. On Matty Healy (lead vocals): skinny-fit rock-star shit. And on George Daniel (drums): sharply tailored jacket, easy-fit pants.
A LITTLE CONTEXT: The 1975 are a British rock band. They're also a '60s soul band and an '80s synth group. They dabble in R&B. EDM, too. That eclecticism explains why their second album topped the charts its first week. It also explains the band's style. "It's all about juxtapositions, isn't it?" says singer Matty Healy. "Like my hair: I don't really do anything with it, but then I'll contrast that with a sharp bit of tailoring and sneakers. I'm a complete composite!"
From left:Shirt and sneakers, Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane |
Ring, Degs & Sal | Bottom necklace, David Yurman | Bracelet, Tiffany & Co. / Suit, $1,045, by AMI Alexandre Mattiussi | Shirt, Ermenegildo Zegna |
Cuff bracelet, Miansai | Watch, Rolex | Shoes, Prada
OCCUPATION: Creative director of Eidos, the new-school N.Y.C. tailoring line owned by the people behind classic Neapolitan suit brand Isaia
THE SUIT: Raw silk Italian realness...with a pajama shirt
"This belt is my dad's, but everything else I designed. I'm the great-grandson of tailors on both sides. This suit is very midcentury Italian. I think about Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, with Marcello Mastroianni." -Antonio Ciongoli
From left, on Michael: Suit, $3,700, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci | Tank top, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci | Necklaces, from top, Giles & Brother, Degs & Sal | Bracelets, from left, Miansai, Cartier. On Luka: Suit, $2,813, Haider Ackermann | Boots, Haider Ackermann | T-shirt, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci | Top ring, Maison Margiela | Other jewelry, vintage
Michael Lockley and Luka Sabbat
OCCUPATION: Professional cool kids (who also model)
THE SUITS: Peak-lapel Givenchy in angelic all white. And swashbuckling high-waisted Haider Ackermann in black and gold.
"My thing is, I only wear really fire suits." -Luka Sabbat
A.K.A.: Buster Poindexter
YEARS IN THE MUSIC BUSINESS: 43
OCCUPATION: Lounge act (as Buster); New York Doll (as David)
THE SUIT: An unfuckwithable combination of classic style (windowpane plaid) and legendary fashion designer (Dries Van Noten)
"When I began doing Buster Poindexter down at Tramps on 15th Street, the musicians I was playing with, they were all degenerates. If you left them to their own devices, God knows what you were gonna get. Maybe a bathrobe. So I thought we'd go with suits." -David Johansen
OCCUPATION: X-Man. (He plays Quicksilver in X-Men: Apocalypse.)
THE SUIT: Denim. On denim. On denim. [American flag emoji.]
From left, on Dao-Yi: Blazer, $1,100, and pants, $395, Public School | Cap, Public School | T-shirt, Gap | Watch, IWC | Sneakers, Jordan Brand. On Maxwell: Blazer, $945, and apron pants, $495, Public School | Sunglasses, Oliver Peoples x Public School | T-shirt, vintage | Watch, IWC | Sneakers, Converse
Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne
OCCUPATION: Designers, Public School
HOME TURF: New York City (obviously)
THE SUITS: Call it suit sharing among friends. Dao-Yi wears a royal blue jacket and navy pants; Maxwell, the opposite.
MAXWELL SAYS: "Our suits are always really easy. You can be on the move and be comfortable. For instance, it looks like Dao's wearing a suit, but really it's a T-shirt, a blazer, and knit sweatpants."
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