East Hampton’s Jerry Seinfeld is making some appearances on the printed page of late. The comedian is featured on the cover of Wired magazine’s July issue with “New Rules for Stylish and Proper Behavior in the Digital Age,” and he’s also modeling fine in Rag & Bone’s Spring/Summer 2015 look book.
In his modeling debut for Marcus Wainwright and David Neville‘s edgy-but-wearable New York-based fashion label, Seinfeld wears a wool blazer, button-down shirt and pinstripe pants—all in black—with black slip-ons to match. Best known for wearing decidedly-unhip, slim-fitting dad jeans, tucked-in button-down shirts and large white tennis shoes on his legendary eponymous NBC sitcom—Seinfeld looks chic and relaxed in the pictures by photographer Andreas Laszlo Konrat. He is joined by only one other celeb, Carmelo Anthony of the New York Knicks, in the Rag & Bone campaign.
As for his contribution to Wired, the funnyman shares some “dos and don’ts” and answers “Ask Jerry” questions about etiquette in our tech-based society. For example, Seinfeld says it’s always ok to spoil a film or television show and then actually spoils Gravity (Sandra Bullock makes it back alive). He also says it’s ok to “like” a post about a death in someone’s family and, answering a question about annoying texting behavior, notes that “We’ve entered an age of Annoying Man,” so don’t expect life NOT to be annoying.
Another piece of sound Jerry advice? Go ahead and video a concert with your iPad—”…you won’t enjoy the concert, and you won’t enjoy the video. You will have negated everything.” And, no, you can’t be on his web show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
Find more of Seinfeld’s sage wisdom at wired.com.