"You Know Nothing, Jon Snow.";
While the phrase often uttered by Ygritte before she (spoilers!) died has become extremely popular both in and outside of the show, it turns out Jon Snow is not completely a knower of nothing. In fact, both he and the actor who plays him, Kit Harington, know quite a bit of things, from how to kill white walkers to how to stand out in style on the red carpet.
Let’s take a look at Kit’s history, fashion sense and character on Game of Thrones so you can understand what he has to teach you about menswear.
Deemed the coolest man in Britain by well-known magazine, this vicar’s son turned superstar model has made a name for himself in the fashion. Like many newer male models, he brings his own personality into every shoot. He works with top designers and is even jumping into publishing. Like many newer male models, he brings his own personality into every shoot. He works with top designers and is even jumping into publishing.
He played the brilliant, but disturbed Sherlock, the wrathful villain Khan in Star Trek Into Darkness, the voice of Smaug the dragon in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and Doctor Strange. He’s even reviving his character, Doctor Stephen Strange, in Thor: Ragnarok and Avengers: Infinity War. Some people even believed he might be the 13th Doctor on Doctor Who. As we all know now, though, that honour has gone to Jodie Whitaker as the first female Doctor.
Ah, summer. Tis the season for warm, sunny days, fun holidays and late afternoons spent tending the garden. Many people believe the season demands sparse clothing in order to stay cool, so simplicity is often the dress code. Like winter, however, layering is possible during summer. The clothes change to lighter materials, the colours lighten and more mankles are present, however. Here’s what you need to know in order to layer when the temperatures rise.
You’ve purchased the ideal men’s suit. It's the perfect shade of navy blue with hand-stitched details and a five-button waistcoat. Just imagining the looks you’ll get when you walk into the office make you smile. The only thing that can ruin a winning suit is a less than perfect fit.