Armani Designed It. Richard Gere Wore It. And You Should Too

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Armani Designed It. Richard Gere Wore It. And You Should Too

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IN THE UNTHRILLING 1980 thriller that nevertheless made Richard Gere a star—“American Gigolo”—male escort Julian Kaye can’t go anywhere without inviting stares. And for good reason: He is expertly coiffed. He has the body of someone who does sit-ups while hanging upside down like a bat. He speaks six languages. And he hardly ever wears the same shirt twice. Adding to his mystique: He rarely stares back, choosing instead to focus on the minutiae of his urbane wardrobe. He reviews his ties and cuff links with the absorption of Mozart fine-tuning a concerto. He got a lot of help, of course, from the movie’s wardrobe designer,…

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