Image Nothing : How to Dress richest techies the world ( social life )

Clothes can tell a lot about a person's character and personality.Ultimately, it is responsible for the image and a certain style of behavior of the owner.So the same image details Winston Churchill was black tie and cigar, but Michael Jackson loved to wear white leather gloves.Some of the powers that seek to emphasize their financial status and position in society, others, on the contrary, this is strictly avoided, preferring not to stand out.

"Business Style" I found out what kind of style prefer richest techies our planet.

Steve Jobs, founder of Apple

All presentations and meetings creator of the most popular computers and smartphones can be seen wearing the classic Levis jeans costing no more than $ 60, and a T-shirt or turtleneck for $ 30.

Jobs never departed from this simple and easy style, both in its appearance and in the way of their technical innovations that stood him in good stead.According to colleagues, Steve Jobs is able to convince others of what you want, using a mixture of chari

sma, charm, audacity, perseverance, pathos and self-confidence.

with a fortune of $ 5.5 billion Jobs is on the 136th line of Forbes, but he belongs to the Apple, he receives a symbolic salary - $ 1.

Jack Dorsey, founder of Twitter

Gray in a shallow strip of sporty company J. Crew jacket for $ 275, perfectly ironed shirt with a starched collar and a thin black tie for $ 59.50 - this is the official uniform of the founder of microscopic blocks Twitter.As already known to the whole world, Dzh.Dorsi mainly lives in rented apartments and spends a lot of time, using his big name to raise money for various charities.

Sergey Brin, founder of Google

founder of the most famous in the world of search engine Google and one of the most expensive brands, as expected, loves new things simple, but at the same time a non-trivial.Thus, Sergei first donned the unusual shoes Five-fingers Flow, which is essentially a leg print with five fingers.These shocking shoes were created by old Italian shoe company, which decided at some point to get away from the classics and present something extraordinary.Now Google has encouraged us amazingly simple, but very comfortable and bright designs.

Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft

Creator Microsoft empire likes to present new software in jersey lavender hue from John Smedley brand value of $ 230, which is put under a light purple shirt of the same company for $ 69.50.

Even in the early years of its activities and public appearances Bill Gates loved cardigan with V-neck collar.And looking at the entire palette to dress them things, it can be concluded that the father's favorite Windows color - purple.Psychologists say that this color helps to concentrate and immerse themselves.

B. Gates described as a person, rather modest in their daily lives.Nevertheless, the house, which is home to a billionaire, punctuated with the most modern electronics and cost him, according to some estimates, at $ 125 million. On the home library ceiling placed quotes from the novel "The Great Gatsby" by Francis Scott Fitzgerald.Main hobby Gates - a game of bridge.

Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook

When Mark Zuckerberg was still a student at Harvard, and he created the social network Facebook has not yet captured the whole world, he wore a chocolate-colored T-shirt for $ 8 Cheaptees site.com, jumper, simple dark blue jeans and flip-flops Adidas for $ 30.However, he became president of the company, which is estimated at $ 41 billion, M.Tsukerberg began to dress a little more solid - in a sweater for $ 298 from the brand Edun.

M.Tsukerberg not married, but has recently been engaged: from the beginning of training at Harvard he has a girlfriend Priscilla Chan Sino-American origin.Mark teaches Chinese to go with a friend in China.In 2010, Time magazine named M.Tsukerberga man of the year.In the same year, the founder of Facebook has announced that it has joined The Giving Pledge, a philanthropic campaign billionaires Warren Buffett and Bill Gates.

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