Validating any jokes you may have heard about art gallery owners, Philippe Daverio, the man in the photos, is an Italian who's promoting himself as a dandy. Many men might be hesitant to walk around in the clothes he's wearing in these shots but there are some things to appreciate once we get past the matching bow tie and pocket square.
Considered for an ensemble for a Saturday afternoon, the bow tie works for me and the solid brown trousers and waistcoat go a long way towards balancing the combined checks of the shirt and jacket. The socks relate to the shirt without repeating anything but the color. The gunboat sized bluchers are good shoes that couldn't be worn with anything more formal than what he has on. Overall I give the ensemble a B+.
Daverio is not a handsome man, however his dress consistently draws my eyes to his face and that is the objective. I'm still trying to decide if this is a case of clothes making the man or whether the look of the man makes it more difficult to appreciate the clothes.