Pants

  1. Vito Corleone may be the original mobster, but it was his prodigal son Michael Corleone who brought style to the game. He conducted his business at all times impeccably tailored from head to toe. His grey herringbone pants is every bit a part of his lore as a tunic would be to a Roman Emperor.
  2. Corporate raider, activist, capitalist - Gordon is aggressive and always wants more. His choice of pants? A classic black pinstripe. Bold and empowering.
  3. The Pacific Ocean is big, larger than all of the land on earth combined. Living up to its namesake The Pacific Blue Pants makes a big statement.
  4. Col. Frank Slade is a man that appreciates travel, women, good food, fine wine, the tango, chauffeured limousines and a loaded forty-five. He may be blind, but his fashion sense is 20/20.
  5. Accepting an award from the Academy? Giving a speech at a congrational dinner? No worries... the black dinner pants are a no-brainer when style and sophistication is a must.
  6. Men, take note. Ill fitting shirts and jeans are out. It's time to pants up, and Mr Stinson is here to show you how with his sophisticated wardrobe of Pants, Pants and more Pants. He knows that when you want to make an impression, be it on a girl at the bar or your boss, a grey pinstripe is the way to go.
  7. Mr Crown is a rich and successful playboy that amuses himself by stealing priceless artwork. Thomas Crown is a bored billionaire with an eye for stylish Pants and fine art.
  8. At once both a cinematic cityscape and a grimy urban front line, Rio de Janeiro, known as the cidade maravilhosa , is nothing if not exhilarating. Flanked by gorgeous mountains, white-sand beaches and verdant rainforests fronting deep blue sea, Rio occupies one of the most spectacular settings of any metropolis in the world. Tack on one of the sexiest populations on the planet and you have an intoxicating tropical cocktail that will leave you punch-drunk on paradise.
  9. New Yorker's always have their fingers on the pulse. The city is one one of the most progressive and innovative pinpoints on the globe. Sand passes through the hourglass much faster in New York – They don’t call it a ‘New York Minute’ for nothin’!
  10. Mr Draper embodies the quintessential 1960's persona of male identity - hedonistic, but enduringly captivating and masculine. As the suave and sophisticated ad-man, Don Draper's wardrobe reflects his character perfectly. In his usual light grey and white tones, cool colours are a must for this cool character.
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