Roberto Says: Fashionista digs through a Harper’s Bazaar piece on Roberto Cavalli, revealing fascinating nuggets on meeting a cannibal tribe, owning an ornery monkey and how signing papers daily is what makes a man important.
The Navajo look has been building steam for a while now, even if you won’t be able to get your hands on most of it before Fall ’09. These jackets from April77 and Rogues Gallery are only the beginning.
*Here at Kempt, we may fly the flag of the stylish man, but we can't help ourselves when it comes to a beautiful woman. We're sure you've noticed the healthy helping of enticing ladies on our site, but it's high time they had a corner of Kempt to call their own. Thus we give you the Kemptress—a glimpse into the lives of the women we love. After all, MOTH's get lonely...*
It's no easy task to fill the formidable stilettos of Claudia Cardinale, one of the most beautiful silver screen sirens of the Sixties. But we think Brazilian bombshell Isabeli Fontana has the chops.
In our first five months of MOTHs we've witnessed some significant sartorial transformations—see Hanks, Tom—but none so dramatic as today's honoree, Terry Richardson, the photographer who's pioneered a sort of *nouveau*-perv aesthetic. Richardson, son of famed fashion photographer Bob Richardson, lensed fellow MOTH Tom Ford's controversial new ad campaign. Richardson has long favored a uniform of grungey plaid flannel shirts, thermal underwear and well-worn tees.