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Feb

Breaking Fashion News! Can’t Take A Hint Hosni is on a boat in the Red Sea after departing from Sharm el Chic. Rumor is he’s resigning after these photos circulated, ruining his political career - but jumpstarting his stud status. He may not be working, but he is working out! The newest Jetsetter is in good company and may be resettling in an exotic location - I am looking forward to seeing more casual wear in his retirement, like this ivory sweatsuit. Congratulations Egypt! Next up: Military Modern.

Breaking Fashion News! Can’t Take A Hint Hosni is on a boat in the Red Sea after departing from Sharm el Chic. Rumor is he’s resigning after these photos circulated, ruining his political career - but jumpstarting his stud status. He may not be working, but he is working out! The newest Jetsetter is in good company and may be resettling in an exotic location - I am looking forward to seeing more casual wear in his retirement, like this ivory sweatsuit. Congratulations Egypt! Next up: Military Modern.

10

Feb

Muhammad Hosni Sayyid Mubarak: President of Egypt is a fan of the conservative suit-and-tie ensemble. Although in this state fashion shoot, he is styling what Etsy calls a blue pinstripe "Gangster Dinner Jacket" , and while I couldn’t find his look available from Kenneth Cole - this tie is worth rioting for. I’m not naming names but it seems to me that a certain three decade president could use a little botox around the eyes. But then again, it does cause stress keeping your country stable and free from democracy.

Muhammad Hosni Sayyid Mubarak: President of Egypt is a fan of the conservative suit-and-tie ensemble. Although in this state fashion shoot, he is styling what Etsy calls a blue pinstripe "Gangster Dinner Jacket" , and while I couldn’t find his look available from Kenneth Cole - this tie is worth rioting for. I’m not naming names but it seems to me that a certain three decade president could use a little botox around the eyes. But then again, it does cause stress keeping your country stable and free from democracy.