Wednesday, May 20, 2015

On the Street…Broadway, New York


Tuesday, May 19, 2015

On the Street…..Bleecker Street, New York

Monday, May 18, 2015

On the Street….9:35am, May 18th, Broadway, New York

Friday, May 15, 2015

On the Banks of the Ganges…Varanasi, India

Friday, May 15, 2015

The Best Belts EVER…found at Unis, New York



I Finally found my favorite stretchy Anderson belts at Unis in New York which is great because I had just recently lost my blue one. They must have around five colors of them available.


If you’re thinking about buying just note they run small. Personally, I had to go up a size for the right fit.

Friday, May 15, 2015

Faces by The Sartorialist…Curtis Kulig

I had a great time the other day shooting New York artist Curtis Kulig of “Love me” fame. He’s the latest contributor to Faces by The Sartorialist!


Discover his exclusive art series inspired by eyewear below.


Click here to see the video on Faces by The Sartorialist

Thursday, May 14, 2015

The Reading List….Pradasphere, 2014



If you’re a fan of Prada this book will be like candy to you.  I originally saw it a few months back in the Prada in Milan and decided I NEEDED to have a copy. It’s a HUGE hardcover book filled to the brim with images of everything Prada. Runway stills, ad Campaigns, accessories shots, exhibition photos…trust me when I say, you’ll feel very full after looking at this book.


Book Details:


Pradasphere, 2014

Published by Progetto Prada Arte, Milan

Thursday, May 14, 2015

On the Street…Lafayette St., New York


Wednesday, May 13, 2015

The Sartorialist’s Italian Tips….Villa Spalletti Trivelli


I can’t wait to go back to Rome this summer.


When I was there last summer, I fell in love with Hotel Villa Spalletti Trivelli. It’s a private home which has been converted into a hotel (but don’t worry, it has not lost any of its original character).


As you can see from all the photos above, I loved the decor in this hotel. They had such a great mix of classic Italian with little modern touches that kept it from being too period specific. The real charm was in all the small Italian touches. It seems every table had a little silver candy tray and if it didn’t have a candy tray the tabletop was filled with framed photos of the family. The pure linen sheets are tonally monogrammed with an S for Spalletti. Again, so chic and so subtle, most people wouldn’t even notice it, but that’s what makes it so special.


My individual room was a corner facing room with windows on either side which allowed me to throw open the windows and feel like I was really a part of Rome.


Below is a link to the site, I couldn’t recommend it highly enough.

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

On the Street…Crosby St., New York