As the general manager of DBGB, chef Daniel Boulud’s downtown kitchen and bar on The Bowery, Olivier gets suited up for work, but not in a way that would get him confused for a Wall Street banker. He has as much swagger in his tailored work wardrobe as he does in his off-duty casual game.
Here, the hospitality vet with experience in San Francisco, Las Vegas and the Caymen Islands, shows us how he gets down at the restaurant and at his awesome man pad in Brooklyn.
1. Downtown Commute
Some industries, like hospitality or nightlife, require a suit, but not necessarily one that looks stiff and corporate.
Give it some personality, like Olivier does here with this double breasted windowpane suit with colored buttonholes, cut-away collar shirt (sans tie) and cool retro glasses.
Most importantly, he pulls it off because he’s confident and doesn’t take himself too seriously. (Yea, a badass vintage bike helps too)
- Brown Eyeglasses
- Black leather driving gloves by Dents
- Brown leather wingtips by Oliver Sweeney
- Cutaway collar shirt by Michael Andrews Bespoke
- Blue windowpane double breast suit by Michael Andrews Bespoke