Category Archives: Street Style
It’s been a busy New York Fashion Week so far, but I’m happy to finally share some of my street style photos from this season. Find a mix of the men’s style from editors, buyers, models off-duty, fellow bloggers and other men I found before and after attending shows at Industria Studios for New York Men’s Day, Duckie Brown and Parke & Ronen, the High Line Hotel for Billy Reid, and Richard Chai at the Lincoln Center (and general #NYFW moments).
A couple of the photos below I published on NewNowNext, and more will be online soon at Out, Latina (women and men!) and one more publication that I’m excited to share when it goes live. I’ll share those on here and via social media – shameless plug if you aren’t already following me on Twitter and Instagram. Enjoy and let me know your favorites! Read the rest of this entry
In this street style feature for Out magazine, wandering near Columbus Circle I spotted a jazz musician who rocks a faux fur collar overcoat that he found at a thrift shop. He pairs it with a marled gray turtleneck sweater and heritage Tommy Hilfiger boots, adding a touch of dandyism to his outfit with a paisley print scarf.
In this street style feature for Out magazine, wandering near Fifth Avenue I spot a sales associate named Bryan who was sporting a stylish square print overcoat by 3.1 Phillip Lim. Bryan dresses it smartly with his Louis Vuitton suit and tie, and dresses that down with a pair of sky blue Vans.
In this street style feature for Out magazine, wandering Midtown I spotted a musician named Miles visiting from London. You can always count on a Brit to show you the right way to pull off almost any headgear, which Miles pairs it with a quilted leather jacket and light wash jeans.
Getting back to regular posts, in this street style feature for Out magazine I spotted an NYU student and actor sporting vintage finds from The Garage (a weekend flea market in Chelsea) while wandering a post-NYFW Lincoln Square. He pairs a fantastic houndstooth coat he found there with snow-proof Hunter boots and a Tumi backpack.
Shooting street style for Out and Latina magazines this fashion week fall/winter 2014 season, I couldn’t stop snapping all the different styles I spotted across New York. Along with some dapper and luxe menswear, I also came across several men who’ve mastered casual styling perfectly.
Below see Eugene Tong of Details, John Jannuzzi of GQ, Gregory DelliCarpini Jr. of Billboard, models Fernando Cabral and Miles McMillian, fellow men’s style bloggers Justin Livingston (Scout Sixteen), Anthony Urbano (Closet Freaks) and Josh Johnson (The Kentucky Gent), and several other stylish men:
Shooting street style for Out and Latina magazines this fashion week fall/winter 2014 season, I couldn’t stop snapping all the different styles I spotted across New York. Along with some dapper menswear, I also came across several fashionistos who brought the chic and fur this season:
Along with show and behind the scene coverage, I’ve been keep busy shooting street style for Out and Latina magazines. I’ll continue to add street style finds from this fashion week season, but sample some of the best menswear finds so far picked out from my slideshow on Out.com and as a preview of handsome gents I found for Latina.com—plus more of course:
Had the pleasure of spotting Nick Wooster almost each day this fashion week whether was outside, at the Details March issue party or a menswear presentation!
In this street style feature for Out magazine, I wandered around SoHo and found off-duty model Ryan Medel, of New York’s Major Model. He’s sporting an eye-catching mixed-stitch scarf from Brooklyn Industries, and added some casual luxury to his outfit with a watch and boots by Diesel.