Thursday, March 15, 2018

YSG: Yves San Geraldo

La versión inglés está antes de la versión español.

SAN GERALDO'S STYLE is catching on — I'm sorry to report. You know how he loves to wear dish towels on his head — to protect himself from the sun, to protect himself from the flies, to protect himself from his public? Well, our friends Pedro and Kathleen (and my pal Luke) met us recently for lunch at our local chiringuito and the sun took Kathleen by surprise. So, what else does a fashionable young woman do but put San Geraldo's dish towel on her head. If you haven't seen Yves San Geraldo's dish towel fashion, I've shared some early images of his "look."

In case you missed it: YSG: Yves San Geraldo is a reference to YSL: Yves Saint Laurent. I don't think he designed dish towels, but I could be mistaken.

EL ESTILO DE San Geraldo se está poniendo de moda, lamento informar. ¿Sabes cómo le encanta usar toallas de cocina en la cabeza — para protegerse del sol, para protegerse de las moscas, para protegerse de su público? Bueno, nuestros amigos Pedro y Kathleen (y mi amigo Luke) nos recibieron recientemente para almorzar en nuestro chiringuito local y el sol tomó a Kathleen por sorpresa. Entonces, ¿qué otra cosa hace una mujer joven de moda sino poner el trapo de cocina de San Geraldo en su cabeza? Si no has visto la moda de la toalla de Yves San Geraldo, he compartido algunas de las primeras imágenes de "la mirada".

En caso de que te lo hayas perdido: YSG: Yves San Geraldo es una referencia a YSL: Yves Saint Laurent. No creo que haya diseñado las toallas de cocina, pero podría estar equivocado.






MOTHER AND CHILD.
MADRE Y HIJO.
THE CHIC SHEIK OF 2016. THE MADONNA OF 2018?
EL JEQUE CHIC DE 2016. ¿LA MADONNA DE 2018?

25 comments:

  1. A trend setter for sure! Just watch this catch on! He does look very Middle Eastern.
    Whatever works I say!

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    1. Jim:
      I've seen others trying this style but they don't wear it as well as Jerry ... or Kathleen.

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  2. Others might choose a hat, I suppose, but why do the expected, eh? ;)
    Judy

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    1. Judy:
      And Jerry has been seeing wearing both hat and towel together. Much more formal.

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  3. Nice and airy too. Not like hats which can be constricting.

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    1. KMoff:
      You'll have to try it with a hat on top of the towel next. Classy!

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  4. We'll see if it makes the cover of Vogue.

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    1. Kirk:
      He's been on GQ regularly, Geraldo Quarterly.

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    1. anne marie:
      It doesn't take much to float his boat.

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  6. It takes a very secure man to wear horizontal stripes and not worrying whether they make his head look fat. Next step, a bold floral print!

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    1. Deedles:
      Only when IKEA sells multi-pack dish towels in floral print.

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  7. Soon all the streets will be full of these trendy folks, what has he unleashed upon the world?

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    1. Adam:
      I tried it myself once. I looked ridiculous. Imagine that.

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  8. If I ever see anyone doing this in England I'll know who to blame!

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    1. Ray:
      I don't know if I've seen any English people doing it here. But you can imagine what THEY get up to.

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  9. No. I'm pretty sure Yves Saint Laurent didn't design dish towels, but I do believe San Geraldo could fill the void.

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    1. mistress maddie:
      Maybe I can design and he can be my muse.

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    1. Travel:
      HIs style strikes me dumb sometimes, too.

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  11. Another Spanish trend will be seen on the runways of Milan, Paris ++ I suspect!

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  12. Quite the fashion statement.

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