Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Is this speedo model wearing a hat?

Does the hat come along with the outfit?

Okay -- I know I am not exactly that fashion conscientious.  The Huffington Post is running a slide show called Speedos are back.  It is a round up of Spring Milan fashion shows. Some of the models are actually hot (see below). But honestly, someone named Vivienne Westwood (who I vaguely have heard of) has designed some satin speedos - our model above is wearing one.  But does this hat come alone with it?  Who would look like this at the beach anyway?   What is he holding in his right hand?  A chrome latte container?  Can you imagine prancing on a Milan runway looking like this and being taken seriously?

Anyway here are two of the more hot photos just in time for Gay Pride week.

Hey cowboy loose the little yellow string!

Perfect for those hot  lifesaver afternoons on Manly Beach!


  1. Yellow String.. looks really hard at the screen, I cant see a yellow string at all.. oh I must be looking in the wrong place.

  2. Benjamin GlendaleJune 25, 2010 at 5:29 AM

    Vivienne Westwood is one of the most influential (British) fashion designers of the 20th and 21st centuries, going back to the 1970s where with Malcom Maclaren she almost single handedly designed the punk look, through the launch of the Sex Pistols. She has continually challenged the conventions of male and female fashion and while her catwalk designs are often hard to relate back to everyday wear, her approach is often taken and adapted to the high street in more acceptable ways. If you look at fashion in SL, it is often extreme and beyond what is traditionally acceptable within 'real life' ... it is arguable this would not be happening without the influence of Miss Westwood. For more information check the wiki page


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