Shipley & Halmos
385 Canal Street/ Open until Feb. 23rd
Tony Divirgilio seems tailor made for S&H’s spring ’14 line. Tony tapped into his inner Cali vibe and lineage to show the rest of us how it’s done. He even brought the gun show to town:)
9th Ave. and 22nd St.
The way he was wearing his hoodie seemed less functional and more about style. He could have very well been cold, but something tells me this was more about looking good, which he accomplished.
Thanks to all who commented and liked the parade of guys in tanks this past week. One last tank shot to close out the summer. Until next tank season.
5th Ave. and 18th St.
The simplicity of a grey tank, work out shorts and flashy kicks. Also notice the small tattoo on his arm and his hand. Less is more.
7th Ave. and Greenwich Ave.
I stumbled upon this couple leaving Roasting Plant Coffee in the West Village as I was heading in. It’s all about color with these tanks. The green one is pretty low cut and has wider arm holes. I’m a little more conservative and like the blue one, which is less revealing, but not by much 🙂
7th Ave. and 28th St.
I could shoot a whole blog on runner’s in New York, but I’ll leave that niche to another blogger. Running is one instance where I advocate going sleeveless.
Broadway and 21st St.
I like how this tank is one that is less functional and athletic and has some design and personality to it.
Broadway and 18th St.
Sweat drenched on his tank and a head full of slick wet hair. The kind of look that can only be achieved by a good workout and getting the heart rate up. I’m liking the shorts over leggings look as well.
As the summer winds down (I go by the official date of Sept 21st. None of this after Labor day nonsense), I decided to do a theme of tank tops this week to say goodbye to the long, hot days in the city. First up, a crisp, white, athletic tank on a guy post workout, chilling on the steps of Equinox gym in Soho.
Chelsea Piers Skate Park
I was fortunate to get an unobstructed shot of a lone skater, chlling and resting for a pause. The place was packed, but you wouldn’t know it from how desolate his surroundings seem to be.
5th Ave. and 23rd St.
The street island of tables and chairs directly in front of the Flatiron building is great for people watching. I could sit there all day and snap pics, but for variety sake, I like to mix things up. I found this guy soaking up the sun on one of the first hot days in the city with his exposed arms via his tank top. Look closely and you can see a bit of his tattoo on his shoulder.
Luxury meets punk.
In honor of the new punk exhibit at The Metropolitan Museum of Art – PUNK: Chaos to Couture.