This is why people have cable, so they can get the Game Show Network. Or, this is why YouTube was invented. We got to thinking about Jacques Cousteau, and wondered what he did in the 1950s besides things of the sea. He was on “What’s My Line” is what.
The good people of Get Kempt have just made Jacques Cousteau a timeless man of style, and we think if you can’t rock a suit and scuba gear, what good are you?
Their take is a tad more in-depth—”When he nailed it, he really nailed it. This one sees all of Jacques’ best trademarks deployed to devastating effect: particularly the trademark tocque and the intellectual-but-rugged square-frame shades.Add in a thick wool jacket to ward off sea breezes and spindliness, and you’ve got an icon on your hands.”