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Ed Westwick (who will always be Chuck Bass to us, in the same way Adam Brody will always be Seth Cohen) doesn’t just star in the latest ad campaign for Philipp Plein — he also walked the runway for the brand.
Philipp Plein (who you may remember as the guy who tried to help Lindsay Lohan make a comeback) just released a behind-the-scenes video of his fall 2012 campaign, in which Terry Richardson photographs a really hot model grinding on the even hotter Ed Westwick.
We dedicate a lot of space on Styleite to red carpet style, but we’re the first to admit that men often get short shrift. But when it comes to event dressing, men just don’t have as much room to play. Unless, of course, you’re Ed Westwick. The Gossip Girl star’s penchant for mix-n-match suits, ankle baring cuffs, and extra-deep v-necks make for some seriously dynamic and dapper duds. Let’s take a look.
Admittedly, we don’t look our best when we travel. We generally opt for comfort (read: no heels, please), and more often than not come off the plane looking a little less than fresh (one day we’ll fly first class, we tell ya!). A week or so ago we came across some amazing pictures of Lady Gaga at LAX, and ever since we’ve been thinking a lot about airport fashion.
The top designers at New York Fashion Week have been fighting with IMG, which organizes Fashion Week presentations, over its policy for celebrity arrivals. Above, Bradley Cooper with Dee and Tommy Hilfiger before the designer’s 25th Anniversary show.
It’s been said that chest hair is a sign of manliness, virility and strength. So how come when Gossip Girl star Ed Westwick wears his chest hair out and about, we don’t see someone who could be the next guy on the Brawny paper towel wrapper?
We’re not going to lie, there is something alluring about Gossip Girl star Ed Westwick’s piercing eyes and brooding grin. If he were to ask one of the Styleite ladies out for a nice drink at some Manhattan hotel bar, we wouldn’t pass the chance – well, up until we read his interview with MTV Style, in which he confesses his personal affinity for wearing banana hammocks as his choice in swim wear.