Wednesday, 28 December 2011
What the well-dressed Roman is wearing this season.
Hooves and horns are optional, as is the goat side-kick with the second outfit (to follow.)
Please note the elegant drape of the lion skin and cunning display of claws.
Here, we see two paws draped with a certain insouciance, across the Roman man's chest.
And the lion's head and teeth add a jaunty touch at the top!
This faun may be young, but look how he exhibits his bold fashion sense with the cloak styled from a horned goat (as his sidekick looks on.)
But I think the tail really makes this outfit!
The visitor on the right can look through GQ all he wants; these boys are too fashion forward to even be in print!
Again, hooves and horns are optional but this more mature satyr is going all out!
In addition to his full-fur thighs, the satyr has selected a small animal (perhaps a cougar) as his minimal shoulder wrap. Perhaps the furry thighs keep this satyr warm enough as is.
Photos taken today at Rome's Capitoline Museums