Watching a program about Simon & Garfunkel last night it struck me what an all round dude Art, or Artie as everyone else seems to call him, Garfunkel is. He has a list of every book he’s read since 1968 on his website, he’s appeared in a Nic Roeg film, walked across Japan and he was a snappy dresser. A deadly combination. When I say snappy dresser, I mean in the 60s. The later years seem a bit more rogue.
He strikes me as a man who is not to everyones tastes. He’s serious in tone but has hair like sideshow Bob. Bright Eyes is a remembrance of youthful innocence savagely destroyed in one movie for many of us. Up until last night, I always thought Artie only wore waistcoats and white shirts, but apparently not – especially in younger years.
Tie, tank top, hair – looking good/
photograph: song people
Wool Tie, blazer, and some pretty nice looking pants,
Photo: Joe Lyon
Seinfeld, Cosmo Kramer look
I shall be continuing my mens style icon selections through out the year.