6 of the World's Best- Dressed Footballers!
A survey for the he biggest fashion icon football player!!!
An intresting article about fashion clothes for football player.
“If you needed any reminder that tailoring is no level playing field, just cop Jamie Redknapp the next time he sits with Graeme Souness. ItΆs the sartorial equivalent of Schwarzenegger and DeVito in Twins, and I say that with utmost respect for Mr Souness.
“Redknapp came out of the 1996 spice boy FA Cup final debacle unscathed, oozing style and finesse whether heΆs trotting the Wembley turf in a three-piece or opting for double-breasted splintered tailoring on Super Sundays. He was never a real scouser, anyway.”
“Other than a chosen few, most footballers need a stylist year-round. Graziano Pellè is in the minority.
“Often seen in a suit or tux off the pitch, the Shandong Luneng striker cuts an impressive figure on all fronts – slick hair, sharp wardrobe and the most sculpted face furniture in the game.”
“Like a less threatening, sexier Chuck Norris, Andrea Pirlo toes the line between hipster and genuinely cool. And heΆs conquered that sweet spot by mastering the Italian art of sprezzatura.
“By looking effortlessly stylish on all fronts, Pirlo plays a game of two halves with structured tailoring underpinned by unbuttoned, laid-back shirts. Bellissimo.”
“Thierry Henry is one of the greatest goalscorers to grace English football. HeΆs also one of the most immaculately turned out.
“Even the most fervent of Spurs fan would admit that the only bad outfit Henry wore was red with white sleeves, and his status as a fashion icon remained largely dormant until his later years. In retirement, Henry fronted the iconic ΅Va Va VoomΆ era of car advertising, arguably kick-started the the beautiful gameΆs bearded bandwagon and can even sport a cardigan on Monday Night Football without looking like Jon Richardson.
“Oh Thierry, je ΅taime.”
“I can tell you the exact day my mother took an interest in football – the same one David Ginola did a modelling shoot in his pants. She claims it was a coincidence, but then also claimed I wasnΆt an accident, which my dad later refuted.
“I digress. Ginola ran on the catwalk for Nino Cerruti, and has more magazine covers than he does national caps – proof that his wardrobe was enviable, to say the least. That said, every man has a cross to bear – Ginola had to play for Villa – but knowing the French striker, heΆd probably have made that look great, too.”
“David Beckham is ultimate bridge between ΅fashionΆ and ΅footballerΆ, and if the two words together donΆt conjure the image of Golden Balls, then you simply havenΆt been paying attention.
“The man initiates and endures trends effortlessly and is quite possibly one of the best-dressed men in the world. Bend it like Beckham? More like trend it like Beckham.”
With Friendly Regards,
Leonardo Curatolo, Atene 4/9/2018