Glasses by Oliver Peoples, jacket by Dunhill, shirt by Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers, trousers by Todd Snyder, shoes by Ralph Lauren, bag by Gucci
Glasses by Oliver Peoples, cardigan by Kolor, shirt by Finamore Sports for Tomorrowland, trousers by G-Star Raw by Marc Newson, belt by Closed, shoes by Louis Vuitton
Glasses by Oliver Peoples, jacket by Bottega Veneta, waistcoat by Engineered Garments, shirt by Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers, trousers by eYe Comme des Garçons by Junya Watanabe Man,
belt by Closed
Glasses by Oliver Peoples, vest by Mt Rainier Design for High! Standard, jacket by Caruso, shirt by Engineered Garments Workaday, tie by Mattabisch for Tomorrowland, trousers by Polo Ralph Lauren, belt by Closed
Glasses by Oliver Peoples, jacket by Tomorrowland, shirt by Hugo, trousers by Prada, belt by Closed, shoes by Tod’s
Glasses by Oliver Peoples, coat by Dior Homme, shirt by Golden Goose Deluxe Brand, trousers by G.T.A, bag by L.L.Bean
Cardigan by Letroyes, polo shirt by Lacoste, trousers by Engineered Garments, belt by Closed
Oliver de Almeida
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