So, is this YOUR Burberry look? I still can't resist the stuff and bought a new one for myself for Christmas. But why accept a substitute for the real deal? I've done that in the past and it never works. Save your money and get the thing you really want. Then you might only need one!
I love this shot of you and it's nice to see a bit of you and your style on the blog too. I also want to extend my appreciation for the old photographs you recently posted. I really love the idea of including them on your blog. They really compliment your new photos well and make your blog that much more unique and interesting.
Scott, happy new year!! So Good you're back into writing again. Lately I was missing the captions you used to add to pictures. Your photo looks great, although I prefer a less symmetrical composition. And that blackberry again… auch! Sart! We should review old pictures for inspiration, in those, people were doing different stuff other than talking to the cell, sadly they ussually appear smoking… Can you post some technical details (camera, lens, aperture, speed) for us, people interested in photography?
Yes. Slick and suave. Classic. Love the black and white imagery/vintage feel of recent shots. Perhaps not so unexpected, as I found the Strand book on the Scottish Hebrides you posted a while back to be utterly fantastic.
Now that's the way to see a nice trench worn. Got so lucky when I convince my dad to give me his Burberry trench over the holidays as he didn't wear it anymore and outgrew it. Purchased when we lived in London 1980 and still looks brand new.
I love your blog and am happy to see you receive as much praise and attention as you have recently. Your book is great. But I think posts like this one risk a kind of narcissism that will ultimately take away from your project. You are a stylish man, but that is not why I visit The Sartorialist.
Lovely ! It reminds me a bit of the black and white photos of your father you shared w/ us awhile back. It has that same timeless quality. As for style, you didn't fall far from that tree. You are devastating to say the least…. Bravo Garance !
Ah, this is how I picture myself at your age (i.e a bit older than 20). Sexy and suave, relaxed and somehow stylish on the go (although I say somehow, it's a funny thing that so much of us are often most stylish when we're in motion). Your picture is another example of your original explanation for this site, style in motion, not on a mannequin.
Annnd then, there are the haters…why do people make comments about you putting up a photo of yourself on your own blog? Hmmm. It's not narcissism folks, it's reality. He IS stylish. You rocked this photo Mr. Scott. Me loveth.
Scott wonderful photo and love the idea of using old phtos as an addition to the blogg.By the way i saw your book in 'THE REMOTEST PART OF IRELAND and a signed copy strange as it seems your bolg seems to be not just for urbanites
This is of course a lovely photo, but..and this is probably not allowed to be said… the talking on the mobile thing OR smoking thing (or both) whilst being photographed for this blog (which I generally adore and I have your book too, Sart, which I look at lovingly on a daily basis) is becoming something of a cliche.