Moon Jae In
After taking office as President of South Korea in 2017, Moon Jae In also unexpectedly acquired the status of a trendsetter. The reason was an orange tie with a small print in the form of an eared seal. This pattern is one of the important symbols of Korea's independence from Japan, which exterminated these sea animals during its reign. The president does not wear such ties every day, but several times it was enough for the accessory to become a bestseller in Korean online stores and become one of the most popular souvenirs. The price of a tie is on average $ 48.
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Suits in blue shades
Is there an exemplary French masculine style? And how. French President Emmanuel Macron is a good example. There is not a single fashion slip behind him, he chooses slim suits and looks strict in them, but at the same time, elegant and energetic. Needless to say, Macron has supported French manufacturers and has worn perfectly fitted Lagonda suits for years. During the presidential race, he was often accused of love for expensive brands, and then Macron began to order suits in a small Parisian studio Jonas et Cie, owned by Jean-Claude Touboul and his son Laurent. The brand's products can really be considered quite budgetary: a shirt - € 50, prices for a suit vary from 340 to 380. Macron's favorite color palette is designed in dark blue shades. In an interview with L'illustré, Laurent Touboul noted,that Macron set a trend of sorts by wearing a sophisticated blue suit for the debate with Marine Le Pen, slightly reminiscent of electric blue in saturation. “I give this trend five years. Now blue is in much greater demand than gray,”the tailor emphasized.
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For the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Theresa May dresses very extravagantly. She can come to negotiations in a skirt above the knee, often appears in the bold things of the designer Vivienne Westwood, wears patent Russell & Bromley boots, and also has a weakness for leopard print. The politician is especially fond of shoes with this pattern. Her extensive collection includes loafers, ballet flats, pumps and ankle boots. Often, pairs are also flavored with additional decor such as glitter, large buckles, crystals and crocodile leather inserts. May's favorites include Russell & Bromley, Beverly Feldman and LK Bennett. By the way, Kate Middleton is also a fan of the latest brand, however, she chooses more restrained shoes, preferring pumps in nude shades.
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Former Minister of Economy of France and current Director of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde is one of the most elegant women in the world of politics and finance. Each of her images can be disassembled into quotes, and you should also learn from Lagarde how to wear scarves and scarves. She ties them in the manner of a bow tie, casually throws them over her shoulder, combines tight twillies with trouser suits and colorful squares with tweed dresses. It's easy to guess that among Lagarde's favorite brands are such French heavyweights as Chanel, Saint Laurent and Christian Louboutin, but she prefers scarves and handbags from Hermès.
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Bright turbans paired with suits
The leader of Canada's new Democratic Party, Jagmit Singh, is interested in the press not only as a successful politician, but also as a person with a great sense of taste. Singh wears perfectly fitting suits, tweed jackets, scarves in his breast pocket, beautifully introduces various details into the images, but most importantly, he masterfully combines all this with an Indian turban. It is difficult to say exactly how many colors are in his collection, but for each look he selects a headdress of a new shade. Turbans in mint, bright yellow, red, deep purple and pink are in perfect harmony with gray pinstriped suits and double-breasted wool jackets.
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A trouser suit in the best traditions of the still fashionable 1980s is experiencing a renaissance. He owes much of his popularity to modern women politicians: Angela Merkel, Hillary Clinton and the possible future governor of New York, Cynthia Nixon. The strict but elegant images of the actress have garnered many compliments from Western fashion media, and her fans - the authors of the popular account Every outfit on satc - have released T-shirts with the slogan "We should all be Mirandas" (Miranda is the name of Cynthia Nixon's character in the TV series "Sex and the City "- Approx." "). All proceeds from the sale of T-shirts are transferred to the account of the Nixon governor's campaign.
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This list would be incomplete without Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his colorful, quirky socks. Formally, the combination of strict suits and socks with images of ducks, deer and Star Wars heroes is completely unacceptable, especially when it comes to business meetings at the international level, but the rules are made to be broken, and the Prime Minister also knows them very well. so that bypasses the taboo masterly.
Although most socks in bold colors are associated with Justin Trudeau, he is far from the only daredevil in the circles of male politicians. The fan club can also include US Senator Tim Scott from South Carolina, British politician Nigel Farage, George W. Bush and Jr. And in 2017, during a meeting with Trudeau, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar also tried on a bright pair in maple leaves. As you can see, the Canadian example is contagious.
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