This is Victor. He’s he’s clearly never played football, but he’s also not American.
He’s clearly some manner of post-Soviet super spy. When he’s not out in the field fucking people up, he runs a pretty good menswear blog. Updates are spotty because he spends a lot of time off the grid doing things that would make the average man shit his pants. I’m pretty sure Victor isn’t even his name; it’s a title because all he does is fucking win. You fools can mock his football poses, but I’m trying to live.
New suit no. 1 — Lightweight grey flannel with a subtle double-stripe through Khaki’s of Carmel's made-to-measure program. Fully canvased, two-button, notch lapel, dual-vent, dark horn buttons, natural shoulder, quarter-lined (in navy with white polka dots) and trousers with a slight break and 1.75” cuffs.
Another new arrival at Khaki’s of Carmel: a rust orange unstructured jacket in Boglioli’s signature “K Jacket” fit. With surgeon cuffs, a 3-roll-2 lapel and patch pockets, this jacket fits like a glove and is easy to wear casually with its unlined interior. We’ve paired it with Incotex cotton moleskin five-pockets, a cashmere button mockneck and chocolate brown pebble grain wingtip bluchers from Edward Green. To bring some pattern, we’ve gone with a patterned plaid shirt from Kent & Curwen. The whole look showcases a rich palette for fall in a trim look.