martes, 13 de septiembre de 2011

Bruce Lee Forever

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Bruce Lee

Admittedly, Bruce Lee made his biggest impression when he was dressed down. No one who saw Lee's legend-making Enter the Dragon could help marveling at the actor's torso, as extraordinarily defined as an action figure's, or the lightning-fast-but-somehow-cool manner in which he effortlessly laid waste to thugs of all shapes and sizes. But have you ever seen a shot of the man wearing a suit? Wide lapels, Texas-sized belt buckles, oversize sunglasses: It all evinced the swagger and daring of surging midcentury Hong Kong, from where Lee first fled at the age of 18 after getting into a street fight with a local rival, and it was a bold, masculine look only a guy of Lee's confidence and prowess could pull off. Sadly, Lee died less than a month before the premiere of Enter the Dragon in 1973 at age 32, ending a career that burned as blisteringly and short as a night in Kowloon.—JOHN THOMPSON

* What goes for glasses goes for sunglasses, too. Even if you're going for the oversize look, your sunglasses should be no wider than your face and complement its shape.

Fuente: Models Texto GQ

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