Lower East Side
Essex and Hester St.
As a huge lover of plaid this shirt has my name written all over it. I’m dying over the mixture of plaids merged into one shirt, from the torso to the pockets and the sleeves – it’s a great shirt that I covet.
Thompson and Bleecker St.
This guy’s style reminds me of the rock n’ roll aesthetic of designer John Varvatos as well as the rock and southern style of designer Billy Reid, both whom design menswear in a somewhat similar vein. The sleeve tattoos are so cool, as well as his subtle printed, fitted button down shirt. The fact that he’s carrying his jacket on an a wooden hanger is a nice quirk and shows he cares about the condition of his clothes. His leather bag, belt and gold plated watch all have a vintage-y feel and slightly weathered look.
5th Ave and 21st St.
This is stubble done right; well maintained and subtle. I also want that haircut he has. It seems like a great spring haircut with little product needed to style it. I am so copying it.
Greenwich and Duane St.
Some guys can just nail the scruffy look like nobody’s business. This is a good case in point. What caught my eye with this guy was his cool tattoo on his forearm. Remember the days when guys would get tribal tats around their biceps? This tat seems like a better long term investment.