Thursday, April 21, 2011

Colin Firth and Zapatero, among the 20 best dressed men of the world

The publication Le Figaro Madame has published a list of 20 best-dressed men in the world according to their optics. It brings together actors, designers, businessmen and politicians ranging from the attractive and flawless Colin Firth, who won the Oscar for Best Actor for The King's speech to the Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero.

These are backed by the designer Tom Ford, who led the recommended Colin Firth A Single Man, the president of the United States of America, Barack Obama, the creator of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange or husband of Salma Hayek, François-Henri Pinault. The publication Firth describes as "a personality with an image very 'chic', always impeccable, both formal and informal clothing.

It is described as a man naturally elegant. A Julian Assange called him the "man with angel face and white hair 'so sexy', which shook the U.S. diplomacy." Obama for the magazine blends a "next" cool "West Coast" and part "East Coast intellectual chic" of the United States and Zapatero noted for its classic elegance.

About Tom Ford say it is "ideal publicity for his creations of glamor and luxury," a dandy and stubble with the honorary title of "doctor of perfection." Also on the list include chef Jamie Oliver or the vampire from "True Blood", the extremely sexy Alexander Skarsgård. Who is your choice? I'll stick with Ford trio Firth Skarsgard.

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