Gregg Hubbard Makes High Fashion Accessible
They say “The clothes make the man,” but the clothes are only as good as the accessories chosen for the outfit. Those accessories add a broader context and unique styling for any guy pulling off his look. But even the perfect accessories won’t complete it. For that, you need to tidy up the edges before you’re ready to go.
When Gregg Hubbard got together with Vogue Hombre for their latest feature on men’s accessories, he was there to complete the man. His grooming put the finishing touches on the look Vogue wanted to highlight. In “Diálogo Masculino” (“Masculine Dialogue”), Vogue shows the epitome of a stylish man on the go. Fitted suits and sport coats from Tom Ford, Dolce & Gabbana, and Brooks Brothers, among others, sent the foundation for accessories from Valentino, Bottega Veneta, and Montblanc.
These high-powered fashion names carry such a high level of prestige that they may seem unattainable to the average reader. But it’s all about balance. The look that Gregg Hubbard executed for the editorial shows the model as a very accessible guy. His cropped facial hair and effortless hair add a graceful look, bringing these top tier brands within reach of even most casual of fashion hobbyists.
Check out the whole project, shot by An Le.