Found June 25, 2013 on More Than Stats:
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Henrik Lundqvist should audition to be the next 007 in any upcoming James Bond films in the near future, the man really knows how to wear a suit, he makes it look so effortless, similar to the super agent himself.  Henrik’s style continues to evolve,  GQ Magazine recently caught up with the suave New York Rangers goaltender during Milan Fashion Week for a fun interview on style. I’ve posted a small preview of their conversation below, click to read full interview. GQ: This is your second year here in Milan, right? Henrik Lundqvist: Yes. GQ: What have you learned since last year? HL: I don’t know if I’ve learned anything; I just love being here for a couple of reasons. First is that Milan is such a great place for food and fashion and looking around, but then also you get to know the people. So I’m just enjoying myself, being here and seeing the collections. It’s a good time. GQ: If you think of yourself when you were a teenager, if you had to think of something that you wore when you thought you looked the coolest, what would that be? HL: I think when I bought my first leather jacket. It was an expensive piece for me at the time, and I knew every time that I wore it that it was a cool piece. photos via instagram
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