Gregory has our whole SLU office running out to DIY Army/Navy boots in his dead on interpretation of black and white court jester chic. They are so ultra-modern and classic that when worn with his Gray Ant floor-length skirt, crisp Margiela striped button-down, and vintage maitre'd's jacket, Gregory takes on the aura of English butler-meets-2010's version of Gosford Park. Had Anthony been hanging in the turn-of-the-century French country side at the horse races, Edgar Degas might have painted his portrait in his Raf Simons futuristic version of jockey sophisticate shirt, Commes for H&M jodphurs, and bondage knapsack of his own design. In fact and sad to say, the gentry of the late 1800s/early 1900s might have been more accepting than his own Orange County compadres of today of Gregory in his YSL killer wedged platforms, color-block blazer from Le Marais, and beret. Fingers crossed that good taste in all things, material and humane, will come back in style.
"As long as you are comfortable and confident in what you're wearing, then it will look good. Confidence is everything." Gregory Alexander