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Also Known As: The friend of the band.
Dress code: Leather mixed with denim and tailoring. First known sighting: The Sunset Strip, early 1960s. Recent sighting: The VIP area at Bonnaroo. Hall of Famers: Jim Morrison, Lou Reed, Johnny Depp. Signature accessory: Sunglasses. Cause for stress: Receding hairline. Pickup line: "Want to go backstage?" Favorite book: Psychotic Reactions and Carburetor Dung. On his iPod: "Which one? I've got twelve." In his driveway: 1969 Ford Mustang. In his closet: Leather jacket ($2,920) by Dior Homme; cotton-and-linen vest ($498) by John Varvatos; cotton shirt ($165) by John Varvatos Star USA; cotton jeans ($189) by 7 for All Mankind.
Also Known As: The master of the universe, the big swinging dick, the man.
Dress code: Power suits, seven-fold ties, black cap-toe oxfords. First known sighting: Drexel Burnham Lambert, 1984. Recent sighting: Testifying before Congress. Hall of Famers: Michael Milken, Gordon Gekko, Jack Donaghy. Signature accessory: Deborah, his longtime personal assistant. Bragging rights: Record profits in 2009. Cause for stress: Barney F--king Frank. Pickup line: "We've got ten minutes until Asia opens." Favorite book: Atlas Shrugged. On his iPod: Radiohead. In his driveway: Cadillac Escalade (with driver). In his closet: Double-breasted wool suit ($7,495), cotton shirt ($595), and silk tie ($215) by Brioni; silk pocket square ($90) by Ermenegildo Zegna; stainless-steel
Also Known As: The company man, the shark.
Dress code: Lightweight suits, slim-fit shirts, dark neckties. First known sighting: The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit, 1956. Recent sighting: Up in the Air, 2009. Signature accessory: BlackBerry. Bragging rights: Got a bonus last year. Cause for stress: The size of that bonus. Favorite book: The 48 Laws of Power. On his iPod: Jay-Z. In his driveway: Audi A6. In his closet: One-button wool-silk-and-linen blazer ($1,895), cotton shirt ($395), and wool trousers ($325) by Armani Collezioni; silk tie ($180) by Giorgio Armani; leather shoes ($760) by Church's.
Also Known As: The sprezzatura man, the American who looks vaguely European.
Dress code: Soft-shouldered tailoring, colorful accessories, driving shoes. First known sighting: Naples, Italy, early twentieth century. Recent sighting: Corner table at Cipriani. Signature accessory: Billowing pocket square. Bragging rights: Headed to South Africa for the World Cup. Cause for stress: Not really sure how soccer works. Hobby: Practicing his rolling r's. Pickup line: "Can I buy you a drrrrrrink?" On his iPod: David Bowie. In his driveway: Vespa scooter. In his closet: Two-button cotton blazer ($795) by Prada; cotton shirt ($395) by Ermenegildo Zegna; silk tie ($205) by Ermenegildo Zegna Couture; silk pocket square ($75) by Robert Talbott; cotton-and-linen trousers ($395) by Loro Piana; suede moccasins ($350) by Fratelli Rossetti; leather belt ($275) by Giorgio Armani; titanium Thoroughbred Belmont chronograph ($5,400) by David Yurman; comb by Mason Pearson.
Also Known As: The playboy, the ladies' man.
Dress code: Tailored blazers, dress shirts (top three buttons undone), big watches. First known sighting: Las Vegas, 1960s. Recent sighting: The after-after-after party. Hall of Famers: Robert Evans, Joe Namath, Tom Ford. Signature accessory: Chest hair. Bragging rights: Bitchin' apartment. Cause for stress: Psycho ex-girlfriend. Pickup line: "Hello there." Favorite book: The Complete Kama Sutra. On his iPod: MGMT. In his driveway: Jaguar XJ8. In his closet: Two-button mohair-silk-and-cotton jacket ($3,400), cotton shirt ($495), and silk pocket square ($140) by Tom Ford; cotton jeans ($1,450) by Dolce & Gabbana; leather belt ($995) by Brunello Cucinelli; white-gold Big Pilot watch ($26,500) by IWC; bracelets, from left, ($225) by Tod's, ($375) by Luis Morais, ($125) Giles & Brother by Philip Crangi; gold cuff links ($3,650) by David Yurman.
Robin Tunney was born in Chicago, Illinois on June 19, 1972 and raised on the South Side of Chicago. During her freshman year of high school, she attended St. Ignatius College Prep, a co-educational Catholic prep school in Chicago, she later graduated from Carl Sandburg High School. She then went on to study acting at the Chicago Academy for the Performing Arts. At the age of 18, Tunney moved to Los Angeles, California and obtained several TV and Movie Roles.
It's the evolution of the original Quattroporte I, first released in 1963, and will face tougher competition in the coming years as the Porsche Panamera and Aston Martin Rapide come to market.
Maserati released a statement that claims the new Quattroporte Sport GT S is more than just a new set of alloy wheels aluminium accents in the cabin. Packed with a 6-speed automatic transmission that transfers the 4.2-litre V8s power to the rear wheels, it delivers "exceptional dynamic behaviour and uncompromised handling".
Improved handling dynamics have been developed with the use of a new suspension system, as Maserati explained, which comprises single rate dampers and a "racing" set up. In addition, the Quattroporte Sport GT S rests some 10mm lower to the ground at the front and 25mm lower at the rear.
New springs and dampers are stiffer than the previous components which will reduce ride quality, but improve handling characteristics. Unique Brembo brakes have been added, which employ a new design that "uses dual-cast brake discs, and this is the first time such a set up has been employed on a road car," says Maserati.(Motoring Channel Staff)