Confidence and a bared ankle: a man in Milan

Do I know this guy’s name? No. (Tweet if you do). I’d tell you some story about him or about the photo, but truth is I don’t even remember taking it. All I know is that, coming back across it, one thing is evident: more than the youthful application of a double-breasted jacket (shirt cuffed over it, collar turned up), more than the lightly distressed men’s jeans or the bared ankles, is the display of the best accessory for any man’s outfit. Confidence.

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I can tell you it was taken at one Armani show or another – the location gives that much away.

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