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The Business, San Francisco

The business: 1. A phrase pertaining to the level of coolness of an object (I.e person, place, place or thing). – Urban Dictionary.

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February 5, 2012   No Comments

Working on a Sunday, Stay Classy. San Francisco

Sunday, for me, has always been a time to wind down and relax in preparation of the new week ahead.  So what’s the perfect casual look when a man has to work in the office on a Sunday? The look is one I like to call the “Art Director.” It shows that you are professional but not rigid from it’s mix of casual and formal elements. A proper fitting pair of un-stressed jeans and the unbuttoned top collar are key for achieving the total look. The black framed glasses are a great addition bringing focus to the eyes and making the wearer look even more intelligent. For an even more casual look a t-shirt and sneakers can be worn for a look that I like to call the “creative.”

Tony just stepped outside for a quick break at work when I snapped this picture of him looking professional, casual, and wise.

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January 31, 2012   No Comments

The New James Dean, Atlanta

Just cool.

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February 2, 2009   No Comments

Sean:Urban equestrian, Atlanta

The sun came out in Atlanta over the weekend so I grabbed my camera and walked from East Andrews to Lenox Square mall, just before making the trek back, I caught Sean fresh from his afternoon shopping expedition wearing this memorable outfit.

The colors are subdued, military green and brown over a pair of Puma Evisu lightweight vintage jeans boldly grounded by a pair of Gucci riding boots. The olive La Jolla Hollister jacket has handsome buttons made out of wood.

Very crafty example of how to use a shoulder passant to support the weight of a giant matching Gucci bag. I’m really curious, what’s in the bag?

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January 26, 2009   1 Comment

A wise man, Atlanta

A man who wears glasses is thought of by some as more intelligent and more prosperous than a man who doesn’t having this effect, glass frames- as with other small yet important components of his attire such as collars- must bring out his best facial features. In addition, a man’s overcoat influences the outward impression he makes as much as -if not more than- his suit or regular apparel.  Decisions about the outer layer shouldn’t be left to chance.

Rich has paid attention to these important details when selecting his outfit and also admirably added a couple very colorful statements, the scarf and hat, which give his ensemble wonderful personality.  I wish I would’ve stayed longer and chatted with him since every piece of clothing he was wearing must have had great history behind it.

His coat is from designer Wayne Van Nugyen, glasses from Anne de Valentin in Toulose, and well read the comments below or just click on the image to find out more.

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January 26, 2009   No Comments

The Tie, Atlanta

The elements and principles of design are the building blocks used to create a work of art. These same elements and principles are also used to create this outfits. Starting from his tie the line, shape, direction, size, texture, color, and value are arranged with good balance, gradation, repetition, contrast, dominance, and harmony to create a unified outfit. If he was wearing a fedora and smoking a pipe I would’ve whipped out my easel and oil paints.

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January 25, 2009   No Comments

Dancer in the park, Atlanta

I started using a 50 mm Nikon f1.4 lens with my Nikon d90, it’s by far my favorite lens for shooting people. I really like the shallow depth of field and since it’s a fast lens it allows for crisp low light photography.

While sitting on a park bench switching between lenses I, noticed Karell (pictured above) and Ray walking, so I introduced myself. I could tell immediately that these guys were really into the idea of taking pictures and talking about what they were wearing which made for a fun and informative five minute photo session.
Karell, a dancer visiting from Montreal, is wearing Evisu Zip Yamane San canvas hi-tops, a denim jacket purchased in Italy, hat and glasses from New york, and a low v-neck graphic Tee. Some people have a rule never wear denim on denim, I personally never wear denim above the waist because I am yet to find a denim jacket that looks good on me, however he pulls of this outfit exceptionally well.

The low v-neck graphic Tee break up the material and effectively become a starting focal point. The white from the logo and lighter blue peaking out at his waistline share the same color with his shoes. The glasses frame his face well and topping it all off is the grey fedora echoing the soft material quality of his shirt. Overall great use of texture and color to show you can still wear denim on denim.

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January 25, 2009   1 Comment

The Messenger, Mannheim Germany

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January 25, 2009   No Comments

In all brown, San Francisco

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November 22, 2008   No Comments