Friday, 3 July 2009

George Lykos, Chief Legal Officer, Bayer Corporation

Didn't know you could still get glasses like that. Or ties like that. Or suits like that. And the shirt looks like... denim? Could it really be a denim shirt? Denim? A denim shirt on the day you KNOW is the day you're having your photo taken? He's either the coolest rebel at the company or hasn't got any proper shirts.

Also didn't think you could get past front desk security with anything approaching a beard these days.


Global leaders agreed on measures to outlaw - or at least greatly reduce - the wearing of denim shirts at the G7 meeting in Kananaskis, Canada, in June of 2002, despite strong resistance from France and Germany.

6 comments:

worm said...

After years of torturing business rivals for information and having deviant sex with blond haired aryan women, Herr Flick from 'Allo 'Allo finally made it to the top of the corporate pile

Anonymous said...

It's Monty Mole!

Enn said...

It's the missing link!

Anonymous said...

What else but denim is there? silk? polycarbonat? I am really curious!

Anonymous said...

Denim shirts are actually coming back this summer in France.
I know.
Nothing to be proud of.

Anonymous said...

Bayer have always been cool. They invented heroin you know. They still get it as a perk in exec bathrooms. Hence unnerving smile and dress sense.

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