Times are getting tougher. The economy is going down the drain, terrorists are plotting their next big BOOM, and an overall air of anxiety holds us in a chokehold. In times like this we tend to seek comfort in more or less distinctive escapism. This either manifests itself in moving to Berlin and living the hedonistic drug-based lifestyle while struggling to pursue the music career we always dreamt about realizing, before eventually returning to our regular-ass middle of nowhere hometown, giving in to our parents’ wish of starting a semi-secure job as an accountant, or we harken back and glorify ye olden days. This is especially true when it comes to fashion.  Be it by holding on to that ever-present Nike Air Max 1 silhouette, or by rocking an immaculate three piece ensemble, that would make even granddad proud. As this website’s focus still lies more on fashion than doing drugs in Europe, I therefore like to take this opportunity to seek advice from the ghost of fashion’s past, particularly the “King of Cool.” Steve McQueen – actor, race car driver, and the epitome of manliness and badassery – rose to stardom during the 1960s and 70s starring in such classics as Bullit and The Getaway while rocking a timeless and effortless style that prevails even years after his untimely death in 1980. Learn more about it after the jump…

Times are getting tougher. The economy is going down the drain, terrorists are plotting their next big BOOM, and an overall air of anxiety holds us in a chokehold. In times like this we tend to seek comfort in more or less distinctive escapism. This either manifests itself in moving to Berlin and living the hedonistic drug-based lifestyle while struggling to pursue the music career we always dreamt about realizing, before eventually returning to our regular-ass middle of nowhere hometown, giving in to our parents’ wish of starting a semi-secure job as an accountant, or we harken back and glorify ye olden days. This is especially true when it comes to fashion.  Be it by holding on to that ever-present Nike Air Max 1 silhouette, or by rocking an immaculate three piece ensemble, that would make even granddad proud. As this website’s focus still lies more on fashion than doing drugs in Europe, I therefore like to take this opportunity to seek advice from the ghost of fashion’s past, particularly the “King of Cool.” Steve McQueen – actor, race car driver, and the epitome of manliness and badassery – rose to stardom during the 1960s and 70s starring in such classics as Bullit and The Getaway while rocking a timeless and effortless style that prevails even years after his untimely death in 1980. Learn more about it after the jump…

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