clothes

Hannibal’s biggest fashion faux-pas from season deux

While I’m still working on my screenshots for all of Hannibal’s amazing suits from NBC’s Hannibal season deux, here are H-bomb’s biggest fashion faux-pas from this season: Boring dad Hannibal: KGB reject Hannibal: Stoner roommate Hannibal: I’ll get all of the season 2 suits online tomorrow. In the meantime, here are all of Hannibal’s suits from season 1.

All right, all right, here are screen captures of all of Mason Verger’s clothes from NBC’s Hannibal, season 2

Click for bigger! There’s at least one screen shot here from each of Mason Verger’s scenes in this season of Hannibal. And in case you missed it, here are my screen captures of all of Hannibal’s fabulous suits and other clothes from season 1; all eighty-something of them. I’ll be posting the full set from season 2 next weekend after the last episode has aired.

Me and my lady waiting to see Eddie Izzard last night at the Beacon Theatre

Blazer from Zara, shirt is probably H&M, pants are JackThreads, shoes are Stacy Adams of all freaking places. If you look in the reflection behind me you can see my new neon orange streak, courtesy of Hair Metal salon in Williamsburg and three different colors of Manic Panic. Sunglasses are Armani Exchange. Socks = ??? I have no idea where any of my girlfriend’s clothes come from, but I can tell you she got her…Continue Reading →

I’ve been obsessed with Hannibal’s style for a long time now but Mason Verger is bringing some fierce competition

Gary Oldman is probably my favorite actor of all time and I don’t think I could have ever imagined I’d prefer someone else’s interpretation of a character over his, but Michael Pitt as Mason Verger is killing it. The clothes definitely help. When I think cool, two things that do not come to mind are fur and white/off-white, but somehow it’s really working here. And a baby pig as an accessory is an ingenious touch…Continue Reading →

My love/hate relationship with JackThreads

I have a love/hate relationship with JackThreads. I’ve probably bought at least three dozen items from them in the last couple years, from three-piece suits and ties to t-shirts and sunglasses. Some of it’s great, and some of it’s garbage. JackThreads’ prices are super cheap for the most part, and the quality of their items is very hit and miss. I’ve gotten a few suits from them in the $100-$150 range, which is incredibly cheap,…Continue Reading →

Somehow I let myself get photographed in a t-shirt & with no product in my hair

My photographer friend Kevin O’Mara was staying with me in Brooklyn and we got up early on a Saturday morning and I threw on a t-shirt and didn’t do my hair and we went out for coffee. Somehow he managed to sneak this pic and make me look cool anyway; there was a nice breeze doing nice things with my product-less hair. I usually don’t let myself get seen in public wearing a t-shirt, let…Continue Reading →

Diesel XXX party, Paris, 2008

My girlfriend worked for Diesel for a few years in Paris and I got to attend their “XXX” party in 2008; I decided to glam it up good and proper. How I miss those shoes!!! It’s funny, I actually don’t own a single thing from Diesel; you know how I feel about jeans. Oh wait, I lied, I do have a pair of Diesel sunglasses that were a gift and I really like them and…Continue Reading →

Very superficial pet peeve: “Mad-Men-style suit”

Huge pet peeve of mine that has come up a lot recently: It bugs me when I hear someone praising a guy for being classy and wearing “a Mad-Men-style suit” because what they actually mean without realizing it is that he’s wearing “an adult-male-suit in the style that was prevalent during the one hundred or so years before American men dressed like children.”

If you’re not a Ramone, don’t wear jeans

I always say, blue jeans are my least favorite clothing made from 19th-century camping materials. (My favorite is an iron pot for a hat.) Jeans are default human covering. They manage to both look terrible and be invisible at the same time. They’re so invisible that no matter how blue they are they don’t count as blue clothes. A choice to wear blue jeans is a choice to not make any choice at all. And…Continue Reading →