While everyone wants to be a rock star, very few can pull off leather pants, or the "Steven Tyler Look" (an assortment of interlocking scarves). For a classier breed of rocker-wear, try Sorum Noce.
Housed in a chandeliered gents' boudoir, SN comes from the seemingly random pairing of fashionisto Max Noce (Valentino, D&G) and Zildjianisto Matt Sorum (G N'R, The Cult, and the recently Weiland-bereft Velvet Revolver). The gear's all custom-fitted, and rests on Noce's timeless inspiration -- "elegant, English tailored, black, and small" -- but draws rock from the likes of Thin-White-Duke-era Bowie and Depeche Mode, who wore black, and were small. Pieces range from silk-lined vests and suit jackets with working-button sleeves, to polka-dotted button ups, to leather jackets conforming to a Slash-requested design: Italian zippers on the sides, and an extra-wide pocket for his lighter and Gitanes.
On April 22, SN's hosting a Brent Bolthouse-organized opening party, and through the summer will be projecting flicks on the wall of a small adjacent courtyard -- so if you're caught wearing scarves, you can just say you're emulating Jean-Paul Belmondo.