Western is so last season: The president of Iran is not one for frills, opting instead for a relaxed minimalist aesthetic, what you might call "dictator business casual." Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is most often seen sporting dark trousers, a solid-color button-down with the collar open, and his trademark khaki jacket, reportedly a Chinese-made $30 windbreaker he picked up at the Tehran bazaar. His distaste for ties probably says more about Iranian dress code than any American-style attempt to identify with the common man. In Iran, ties, no matter how chic, are frowned upon. Either way, those smoldering eyes and ever-present five-day stubble make Mahmoud our kind of roguish.