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I wear boots. I wear jeans and usually just sort of a beat-up T-shirt and a leather jacket. If I bring more leather jackets home, my wife will kill me.
I like all my jackets to be on wooden coat hangers, all facing the same direction.
I’m boyish with a feminine twist. I definitely gravitate toward oversized things like shirts and jackets. I like a good trouser, but then I might mix it up with something more feminine, like a pointy boot or pumps.
After a plane or train crash, the National Transportation Safety Board dispatches its experts within two hours. The investigators in their familiar jackets take charge of the scene, secure evidence, follow leads.
The idea of elegance and aristocratic indulgence of an ocean cruise was born out of the image of the rich men and women who ruled the British Empire slowly sailing to India and the Far East while sipping gin and tonic on deck – served by men in white jackets.
Perusing colorful storylines on the backs of book jackets, I realized that none of them could possibly be as dramatic as my life to date. Then sadly, I also realized I could never find the ending of my story from the safety of an armchair.
Paris could go to Patricia Field, find a pair of pants or a skirt, and then she would pair it with one of my good jackets. She was quite the character in the day.
Is punk dressing up in leather jackets? No. It’s having a counter-cultural perspective.
I would never wear a look that was all the same designer. I always wear at least one thing that is vintage. I dress according to my mood, and I usually spend money on the basics, like leather jackets, handbags, sweaters and shoes.
I see some some of these other guys, and they’re wearing the hats and the jackets and saying the words and they’re relating and they’re picking. But there’s something missing.
When I arrived to study at Oxford in October 1963, the bohemian style was black plastic or leather jackets for women and black leather or navy donkey jackets for men. I stuck to cavalry twills and a duffle coat, at least for a few months.
I like my jeans fitted but I wear quite baggy tops and slouchy jackets.
I like to dress really warm when I’m making music. I want the air to be really cold so I can wear really big sweatshirts and jackets.
I seem to always start a collection by designing outerwear and jackets.
I love getting amazing jackets, because you can wear your pajamas underneath and everyone’s like, ‘Oh, fabulous jacket,’ and I’m like, ‘You should see what’s underneath!’
I was a total floral hippie as a child so when I finally could make my own choices, I’ve been living in different black suit jackets and been really drawn to masculine clothes.
The artists that we grew up listening to was also independent like Master P, like Birdman and Lil Wayne. Those are the people that we wanted to model ourselves after. Throwing on the Cartier frames, the army-style fatigue jackets.
I love to design. I am a commercial fashion designer. I always design jackets with two sleeves. I don’t design jackets with three sleeves, or the layers and layers come off like little dolls from Russia. Fashion for me is a creative endeavor, but it is not art for me.
Dust jackets are always something of an enigma to me.
Joyce Carol Oates
I definitely wear a lot of Tom Ford jackets on stage.
I’d love to do denim merch sometime, though. That’s pretty much the mainstay of my wardrobe. I have a bunch of denim jackets I wear all the time.
When I was sitting at home watching ‘Yo! MTV Raps’ as a kid, seeing the bright jackets excited me.
You’ve got two sets of teenagers in England – the mods and the rockers. The rockers are motorcycle addicts. The mods dress like we do. We wear four-button jackets, cuban heel boots, shirts of our own design, with high collars and a tab underneath the collar.
I love leather vests and jackets, black leggings, black lips.
I have very little fashion sense, and to tell you the truth, I give it very little thought. I dress to be as comfortable as I possibly can. Most of my clothing is either black, grey, or dark blue, and I don’t really wear a lot of colours. But I do like jackets. I have a little bit of an obsession with them.
Bomber jackets, for me, are the new blazers. They’re something I can wear with suit pants or slacks – or I can go really urban with it. I think, as men, we don’t have the little black dress that women do to go from day to nighttime, but the bomber can be the LBD for men.
You see the guys in the Ribera jackets and it’s really a rite of passage to be able to work in Japan, come over here and perform for the fans here, and then come over to Ribera Steakhouse and get that jacket.
I had wanted to be a dentist, but ended up being a chef. I think I’ve always had a fascination for jobs that have white jackets.
Jordans? No. I thought mohawks, leather jackets, studs, piercings, colored hair, leopard print, platforms, all the bondage wear, I thought that was the coolest thing.
Nothing should be perfect. I think that’s the most important thing. I do wear my jackets almost exaggeratedly short. So that’s probably the most mussed up. Along with, you know, not ironing my shirt.
I like edgy but classic looks – like Chanel mixed with Alexander McQueen. My personal style is edgier. My closet is just black, gray, and white. I’m more comfortable in darker colors and leather jackets.
I like Chanel and Yves Saint Laurent. I have some great Balenciaga jackets and I’m shoe crazy.
I got involved in the underground world known as ballroom culture, and I used to walk a category called ‘face,’ and it was a very heavily Latino culture – it’s black and Latino – and they used to call me ‘cara,’ which means face in Spanish, so I started putting ‘cara’ on everything: hats, jackets.
I have a collection of impractical vintage dresses and jackets. I guess I never grew out of the ‘playing dress up’ faze. It’s actually a bit of a problem.
I love guys who know how to dress. I love the motorcycle boots, and I love the skinnier jeans with jackets and scarves. Anybody who gets his clothes at All Saints, that’s my guy.
Bikers, in general, have just been so attractive to people. Photographers would follow them because there’s this weird warrior gravitas that comes with it. The bikes are loud, they have tattoos, they have artwork that they all wear on their jackets.
I really like jackets and tend to buy them to the detriment of my need of all the other items.
Even our early audiences were very polite. It felt like playing in our living room. I remember the audiences changing in front of me. I remember that distinctly. The way they wore their clothes became different. We got a lot of leather jackets with studs. People’s hair changed. The whole look was just a sublime move.
I love all the holidays and getting to see my family a lot during the fall. I also love the weather and getting to wear sweaters and jackets.
I don’t have a collection, but I have a thing with jackets. I really like jackets. Whether it’s an ’80s motorbike jacket, or a Victorian jacket. I could wear the same jeans every day for months, but the jacket would be the thing that would change a lot.
Josephine de La Baume
I love layering with great fitting jackets.
Sushant Singh Rajput
I don’t like to experiment a lot – so jeans with a ganji, ethnic skirt with a nice top, long jackets, dresses is my go-to style.
There’s only one professional team in Columbus, the Blue Jackets, but Ohio State is a football state.
I’m obsessed with jackets.
I love my jackets and good tailoring. I love the designs and the colour.
I’m known for wearing tweed jackets, khaki pants and suede shoes. I’ve only worn a suit in parliament under duress, when I was on the front bench.
Jo Sykes made these incredible leather jackets: the leather was like butter. I had one, but I lost it at a wedding in Ibiza. It was so sad; I’ve not been able to replace.
I have a whole closet in my house that’s dedicated just to jackets and coats, stuff that I’ve collected over the years.
A. J. Cook
From the days of biplanes and silk scarves, the aviator has been the archetype of masculine glamour. Aviators have personified national ideals, from French elan to Soviet party discipline. They’ve inspired lust and admiration. They’ve turned sunglasses and short, utilitarian leather jackets into fashion statements.
I love Topshop and live in its crop tops and jackets.
‘Jane Eyre’ must have been something I read six or seven times as an early adolescent. And ‘Kristin Lavransdatter,’ and ‘Lorna Doone’ when I was younger. My parents had a pretty rich library, no jackets on any of the books, so no descriptions. You just pulled something off the shelf and started to read it.
I prefer waist-length or cropped motorcycle jackets because I’m petite.
Chanel is a very important vendor for Neiman Marcus. My favorite thing is the way they finish off the hems on dresses and jackets.
I’m a bit of lunatic with shoes and jackets and jeans. It’s just how I am.
Layering is always a great way to look different and to keep your look younger. Basic tees, vest tops, jackets, leggings, shrugs, etc, can be mixed up to add spunk, variety and colour to your look. A good sense of mix ‘n’ match is required to make this look work.
I love shorts in the colder climates, because you can wear them with chunky sweaters and jackets. It’s cute and funky.
So many women buy these boxy, shapeless jackets. I always tell them to buy a jacket one size too small to get the right fit.
My father, Buddy Robinson, was superchic – a dandy. He always wore dinner jackets at night and espadrilles in the summer, but with his own flair. He was even well dressed when riding a tractor or listening to a ball game on the radio.
I love going to Topshop, Urban Outfitters and American Apparel, I’m in love with their jackets.
Chloe Grace Moretz
Put too many one-size-fits-all jackets on Americans and the place explodes.
Kardashian Kollection for Lipsy will have some amazing standout pieces like a full-lace jumper and metallic sequin jackets.
I had several turtles before they were in. People seemed to think they were funny. Now everyone is wearing them practically every place. I think that’s real fine, but I don’t agree they should go to a formal affair. Turtlenecks with dinner jackets seem ridiculous to me.
I went to school in a place called Dunfermline, which is in Fife – it’s like the middle of Scotland – so I didn’t have sprawling lawns of green and high school bomber jackets and an amazing clock tower.
For me, bomber jackets are smart, but they are also street and have a lot of attitude.
The whole thing of clothes is insane. You can spend a dollar on a jacket in a thrift store. And you can spend a thousand dollars on a jacket in a shop. And if you saw those two jackets walking down the street, you probably wouldn’t know which was which.
Go out there and try on everything – short skirts, long skirts, mid length, little jackets, men’s clothing – and really look at yourself; really walk around in the clothes. Don’t just take someone else’s advice. You must feel you in these clothes and feel what it’s like to live in them.
I still have such a thing for leather jackets. I have a closet full of them, and my husband is always saying to me, ‘Why do you need another jacket? You have plenty of jackets.’
I have a handful of leather jackets, and I love them all. I think most men my age do, and it can be traced back to the Fonz and Danny Zuko.
I like cool jackets – a nice fall or winter coat. You can get a lot of use out of it, and you’ll wear it frequently, so it can really set the tone of your uniform for the season.
The Russian government imposed my head on the body of Russian models in straight jackets.
I’m obsessed with leather jackets!
I wear the same thing every day. I always pack two black jackets, loads of black T-shirts, loads of white jeans. I feel a little fresh and glamorous and graphic.
I like to wear layers – pants, tank tops, jackets – when I work out.
If my closet were burning, it’d be my collection of jackets I would save – they always make me feel pulled-together.
If you’ve got the body and the chutzpah, a pencil skirt is so sexy on older women. Look for ones that fall just below the knee. Think 1940s, cinched-in jackets – imagine you are Lauren Bacall on a date with Humphrey Bogart and you just absolutely have to wear very high heels.
I love to go into John Varvatos and look at the beautiful leather jackets. They’re beautiful and soft. I try them on, and then I look at the price tag and go and pick up a t-shirt. It’s just the way I am.
I am a sucker for jackets!
I am not that attached to material things. And the good thing is I can make choices. I have very few possessions. Luckily, as a man you don’t need much… a few papers, a couple of books, and a few shirts, jackets, sweaters. It fits in a little thing, in a paper bag, so it’s very easy.
Colour is really important to me when buying clothes. I wear a lot of fitted jackets, and because I’m small, I avoid long skirts and coats. And I hate wearing hats.
Whenever I go back home, I make sure I can attend a Blue Jackets game.
I tend to wear leather pants with crew neck sweaters or leather jackets with denim.
I was wearing leather studded jackets, but I was playing acoustic folk music, so it was quite a weird mix.
I’m not big on flak jackets and tie-dyed shirts. You know, that’s not me.
I guess rebelliousness has been explored in many movies, but what about the smart kids’ rebellion? Not just the motorcycle jackets and that kind of rebellion; it’s the dorky kid – what could he do?
I’ve started ordering out of teen catalogues! T-shirts, little coats, and jackets for around $35 – they’re amazing. I’ve become a really big fan of Urban Outfitters, Alloy and Anthropologie. Because I’ll pay for quality, but I will not just pay for trend. Psychologically, I have trouble with that.
Every day I’d say I look different. Sometimes I look really formal, sometimes I love the classic Stella McCartney, Chloe Sevigny and Gwyneth Paltrow thing. Other days I like being rock star and wearing leather jackets and studs. I love wearing Burberry – it’s the perfect combination of formal and punky.
I love leather jackets, and I am obsessed with it. I carry leather jackets fairly well.
You can never have enough winter jackets.
I wear tweed jackets and button-down shirts. I am a 1955 graduate of Harvard University who drives a 1968 Mercedes.
J. Anthony Lukas
I am lucky because I can – and I like to – mix the beautiful Caraceni jackets I inherited from my grandfather with a pair of Tsubi jeans or wear a favorite pin-striped suit from him for more formal occasions. I’m crazy about pinstripes and vintage fifties fabrics.