To me there is nothing more attractive than a confident man’s walk. A confidant does not just walk. He takes each step carefully yet assured without hesitation. His gait is like no other. It is strong and purposeful. Many women, when talking of past loves, remember the voice or scent of a man; for me the manner in which a man walked lingers longer than any other memory. If you have ever seen Denzel Washington walk on screen you know that no other actor walks him. Period.
In October GQ sat down with the actor and talked about everything from divorce, religion, being the son of a preacher, Obama, Mitt Romney, and a past and forgotten feud with Quentin Tarantino. He did this all while showing GQ’s readers how to wear the hell out of a double breasted suit at the age of fifty-seven. Confidence is sexy at any age…especially when you wear it well.
Suit, $595, and shirt, $65, by Calvin Klein. Tie, $150 by Alexander Olch. Pocket square by Brunello Cucinelli.
Suit, $1,695 Boss. Shirt, $325 by Lorenzini. Tie, $230 by Brunello Cucinelli. Tie bar by The Tie Bar. Pocket square by Turnbull & Asser.
Suit, $675 by J.Crew. Shirt, $590 by Tom Ford. Tie, $115 by Ralph Lauren Black Label. Pocket square by Robert Talbott
Suit, $2,790 by Salvatore Ferragamo. Shirt, $228 by Phineas Cole by Paul Stuart. Shoes, $1,350 by Ralph Lauren. Pocket squareby Brunello Cucinell