Welcome to Lee Pace Summer

When we met, that laid-back vibe in his outfit, which was both super cool and cool at the same time: a turtleneck t-shirt, denim cargos from Brain Dead, Salomon sneakers, a gold Mary and Jesus pendant he bought in Tenerife, and some of the wildest Oakley sunglasses I’ve ever seen. He was a bit regal, with his height and long silky hair and enviable eyebrows that seemed to have avoided all contact with a pair of tweezers. He has a general sense of being, like, who. But we were in Washington Square Park, so no one gave him a second glance, whether because there were other, more prominent figures in the vicinity or because he was a local. have basically lived around here since graduating from high school.

Perhaps that little bit of ease comes with settling into a married life. He wears a thin bracelet on his ring finger. Foley and her husband Matthew Foley, an executive at Thom Browne, were founded a few years ago by a mutual friend. “I said to my friend Nick, ‘You know a lot of people, do you have anyone for me?’ And luckily it worked,” said Pace. He’s so adorable when he describes Foley. “What I’m going to say about getting married, it has been described to me as an endless slumber with your strangest friend. In our experience, that’s absolutely true,” he said. “If you’ve found someone you might be weird around, hold tight.” A child, or maybe a couple, could be in their future: “I would love to have children. I think there’s nothing better than kids running around,” he said.

He is also very close to his family. He was born in Oklahoma. When he was young, his family moved to the Middle East to work for his father. He recalls moments of his time there: watching fishermen unload their nets on the beach from their home, playing jump rope in kindergarten with a stump someone dug up. His high school years were spent in Texas, where his parents and siblings and spouses and children still live.

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Russell Falcon

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