I really like the composition of this photo… the blues, reds, greys, and yellows echo each other without feeling “matchy.” Love the way his stance echoes the tree and telephone pole to his left, too. The young man himself looks cool and confident in his style, which is lovely. (And I like the camo print on his jeans!)
Typical. It’s sad that skaters have to be associated with dirty looking longboarders like this clown. Look at this guy’s tired look: UNDFTD snapback, thrifted JNCO shorts, and dumbo-esque size of a gauge. I know the picture wasn’t posted to be criticized, but man… you don’t even need to be in New York too see this herb, they’re all over college campuses. I love all the looks you post, but not this generic example of an American kid. I mean… it’s New York! You guys have REAL street culture there with REAL people pioneering and pushing boundaries of street style.
Mark Gonzales, Jason Dill, Anthony Pappalrado, Gino Iannucci…and I’m only mentioning a few, but it’s a shame these cats are so elusive. Brand killers, hoarders, and hypebeasts have yet to learn from the real NYC streetwear icons I just mentioned.