It was Taras's first time in London. He works in advertising in Moscow. He had only been in London for 1 day when we met so when I asked him where his favourite place was he couldn't tell me as he hadn't had enough time to find out yet. So I asked him where his favourite place in Moscow was and he was able to tell me that Balchug Island on the river Moscova is a great place. He said an old factory had been converted into an Arts and Culture center
saying it was the most European part of Moscow and was fun and new. Taras style influence's are The Mods and The Italian's. His surprise was that his whole outfit cost less than $1,000. He is wearing a DNA
jacket, Carimissma shirt and tie, Howard Yount
trousers and DNA groove
Have a fab Tuesday Hun xoxo
snappy! that looks like such a nice blazer too, the fabric looks top
so stylish !
What a pleasure to see such a stylish guy AND to discover that he is Russian just like me. Feeling very happy and proud right now. :)
What a stylish young man and the second picture is pure portrait perfection!.
Suave. Loving the blue and brown.
he's happening!...and looking very good at it....
Not only is he very well dressed, he also has a wonderfully intense facial expression. Well spotted!
NO WAY - under $1000?!? I couldn't compete with that :) Whatever the price, he looks very well pulled together and the photos are great! xxx
very dapper indeed.
p.s. it was a great surprise to run into you today at Liberty. I papped 'her'...you know who...wait for tomorrow's post...
I can so see the italian mod inspiration - love these shots - so much style x
I love men's fashion. This entire look is perfect.
Love his shoes, and the jacket looks very nice! Smart style.
Cor blimey!! He's a dapper one!! I like this very much...so well preened. Adorable.
Yeah check out dnagroove.it amazing fabrics, great stuff!
Not a thread or hair out of place with this one. The "dapper" adjective I've seen on the comments certainly seems apt. I'm intrigued by that new place in Moscow, though I will probably never get a chance to visit it. The name of the chocolate factory it replaced, "Red October", is very amusing if it was named after the film with Sean Connery. Russians have a sense of humor! xxxx
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