18% descended from the great teutonic tribes
he's superbSo as not to leave the measure of beauty up to my weiner, I think the famous illustrator Edward Gorey was a very striking individual. I think he had a great look: a long face, penetrating eyes, a thin, finely-proportioned nose, and always a lush, flowing, well-coiffed beard. He liked to adorn himself with fur coats (not a vegetarian, alas), cable knit sweaters, and multifarious rings. He was a homosexual, gifted with the sense of style that often accompanies that proclivity, and he hewed to a New England antiquarian presentation. It all comes to together in a dignified form of male beauty.
Gorey was a felinophile (praise be), and was frequently photographed in the company of cats.