Sultan of Stylish Scary
A man who believed in looking good while doing bad, Boris was an Elegant Horrorist for the ages.
Celluloid cuffs and natty cravat and stick pin mean this doctor is too proud to Hyde his sense of style. ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE, 1953
...direct from London. With his elegant double breasted frock coat (note the fabric covered buttons, pure class), Boris is ready to bludgeon his way onto the cover of VOGUE. ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE, 1953
...always makes the ladies swoon. Loose breeches tucked into boots and an embroidered tunic are a great place to start. THE BLACK ROOM, 1935
When it's a mustache like this crisp number, a bit of wax keeps the tonsorial style looking classic. ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE, 1953
can afford to wear a sweater under his suit. Because he's so damned stylish. THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN, 1935.
...like a perfectly executed haircut and piping on your dressing gown are among the marks of a true Elegant Horrorist. THE BLACK CAT, 1934.
...liven up a plain outfit. Head staples and electrodes make just the right statement in THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN, 1935.
The peaked lapels indicate a double breasted suit, perfectly in harmony with the long shirt collar and striped tie.
...the Boris to make his runway debut. When it's time for your debut, remember: black is always in fashion. FRANKENSTEIN, 1931