Arsene Wenger took part in a fashion photoshoot and it's just weird

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Arsene Wenger cuts a demure, serious figure on the sidelines during games. Sure, he likes a big coat that he struggles to wrestle over his torso, but that's about as outlandish as it gets.

What, in the name of everything that's good and holy in this world, is happening this morning then?! What on earth are L'Equipe Sport and Style thinking, putting him in a range of smart-casual autumnal gear for a stylish photoshoot?

Obviously, Wenger knows how to work the camera, regardless of the situation - whether that situation is playing beach volleyball or having fun at the waterpark.

However, the interview with L'Equipe takes things to a who new level. There is, for example, really long scarves that Lenny Kravitz would be proud of. Then there's some turn ups. Some great turn ups.

There's also a lovely cover shot of the Arsenal boss contemplating life while fixing his tie:

And then there's more. And frankly, we're just no sure what to make of them.

Wenger, of course, has more pressing matters on his mind, namely a showdown against north London rivals Tottenham this Sunday. 

Still, even if Arsenal do lose, he'll always have looking great to fall back on.

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