I visited and was impressed by the Vivian Maier exhibit in Milan last week and it definitely influenced my eye. As soon as I left the exhibit I saw this woman standing on the corner and could see the shot in my mind as a “mid-century” kind of moment. SOURCE: The Sartorialist - Read entire story here.
Fashion week (3 months really) is less than a week away and as I review my wardrobe I’m shocked at how many little repairs I have to make to shirts, coats and cardigans. Ok, I also kinda like playing with my cool LORENZI sewing kit. As a lot of you know, I took lots of tailoring classes in college and I’ve always found hand-stitching an extremely calming and meditative act not much different than chopping vegetables or sweeping. The repetitive motion that keeps your eyes focused
It kills me I didn’t quite get this shot (I don’t know why my focus is way left) but this look holds so much current fashion inspiration for me. I love, and will soon try, the turtleneck under shirt and tie. I love the flared jeans/pants(?) with the dense break over the white sneakers. I also love the slimness of the coat (especially in the arms) and how its just the right length to show the slim upper-leg just as the jeans begin their dramatic flare. Just like the photo of
This photograph represents three things I desperately needed at that moment in my life. A subject to shoot. A restroom. And a cappuccino. I spent a great day on Sunday riding my bike all around Inwood, Harlem and Washington Heights. This is about 200 hundred blocks from where I live in Greenwich Village, and after spending about four straight hours on the bike (and as any New Yorker knows Uptown Manhattan is very hilly), I was in desperate need of a restroom (this is a common but usually
I have some very, very exciting news for chic men all around the world and the women that love them! This Friday I’ll be able to make the official announcement which is actually a very sweet story based on shared history, mutual respect and an optimistic look toward the future. I was sworn to secrecy while all this was going down so I’m very proud to be the first one to share this with general public and especially with all the Sartorialists out there! Check in this Friday around