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The Sartorialto man wants to stand out. He works hard so as to stand out in his field, he accumulates life experiences so as to stand out in conversations, and he dresses so as to stand out in a room. For him, style is not superficial; it's a reflection of his commitment to looking his best, and of his dedication toward learning how to do so. He's been coached by the designers at Sartorialto about fabrics, fit, colors, and trends, and he's emerged with a personal look that he's proud of. In his self-presentation, as in all things in his life, the Sartorialto man stands out for the right reasons.
In 2012, Sartorialto began recognizing Montreal's standout men by asking local aficionados to nominate their Man of the Year: fellow clients who had inspired them with their achievements and their style presence. The inaugural winner was Franciso Randez, former "Male" for Jean-Paul Gaultier, face of Desmond in Ubisoft video-game hit Assassin's Creed, and radio host of Quebec's favorite evening show. Votes from his expanding fan base certainly helped Randez secure this first title, but the cutting-edge style of his suit leaves no doubt that it was well earned.
As 2013 begins to wind to a close, so too does Randez's claim on the title of Sartorialto Man of the Year. Participate in the selection of his successor by voting for one of the nominees below.
|1. Francisco Randez
2012's Man of the Year is looking to extend his reign another 12 months. Votes from an ever-expanding fan base for his show on Rythme FM may help him do just that (not to mention those coming from the women who cross his path on his many nights out in the city).
2. Antoine Bertrand
The star of the critically acclaimed Louis Cyr has a profile that is about to go international: Starbuck, the film for which Bertrand won a supporting actor Genie, is currently being adapted for American and Bollywood audiences.
3. P.K Subban
2013's Norris Trophy winner is one of Montreal's loudest men, both vocally and in his style. Whatever he says, he can back up; Subban led NHL defencemen in points through last year, and he'll be patrolling the blue line for Team Canada at the 2014 Winter Olympics..
4. Yan England
The ultimate self-made man: England found the story for his short Henry in his family's history, funded its production out of his own pocket, and earned an Oscar nomination for it. When it came to dressing for the awards, however, he did have some help...
7. Brandon Prust