Oh agreed. Only a lucky few get to travel the world, taking in each pocket of culture, watching as it Venn Diagram’s its way across a continent. This picture is a gorgeous snapshot of one person, one life, one thought, one outfit, one city. Stunning.
This photo cracked me up! Why does it almost look like he’s floating, just hovering above the ground? I’m hoping this man has a serious sense of humor. Gotta love those shoes though. And the glasses too.
You do have an eye for the unique, don’t you? His outfit matches himself perfectly, I like this photo very much. I love his shoes too, very rich looking… I recommend that each time you see a smoker that you encourage them to replace the cigarette with a non-lit pipe. : )
Really? Too short pants with tons of wrinkles, baggy jacket with sleeves that are too short. The doors he is standing in front of are beautiful, but I’m not sure about his look. Somehow I’m getting visions of Urkle.
One of the best yet. Love the simple composition with stone, metal and wood textures. Love the whole look. This dude’s got class from the glasses down! The jumper is beautiful and the whole colour palette flows down to the shoes. Excellent!
I don’t know how to describe the love I feel for this outfti hahaha is something that I would wear thinking twice !
The shoes and how he combine with the socks and the colors of the jacket and jumper. The chic blazar of of course the cigarette hahaha.
The glasses, oh my! It have too much style.
I would have loved to see a whole picture of that magnificient old door with the gorgeous metal work. I checked on the internet and found out the Fortezza is a hotel but where is this door coming from ?
Agreed! Looks like he can’t be bothered – sometimes this works – but not this time. Well, to try and be a little more open-minded – maybe if he put his arm down and his pants had fit… yeah, and dark pants would’ve been much better – oh, OH – olive cargo pants – perfect!
Glasses= For sure
pants hem line= BOO! I think the high water look is silly. I have begun to realize the advantage of not swinging too extreme in fashion and remaining tied to classic proportions. The tight jeans I bought years ago are just too tight! :)
I realize my clothes are meant to last years. They will grow with me and compliment my style and age.
This guy has been featured several times with EXACTLY THE SAME outfit….Well, one time with another pair of trousers (deep green with lilac peacock pattern) which is better then this one.
I used to adore his look, but seems like…..
HAAAAAAAAAAAHAHaaahahahahah! This is my new favorite one Mr. Schuman. I hate how the dam kids stand in street style blogs these days in time; they stand like skeletons knee deep in cowshit or something. This is too dope because it goes against that norm. Almost like homie is say “eh whatevs.”
It is not a flattering outfit, yet this is the first portrait in a very long time that gives me an exciting feeling. Usually, fashion portraits tend to be glossy and in a way quite exchangeable. It’s chaps perfectly groomed and women who are absolutely beautiful, but somehow, I always feel like it’s a waste of time, thoughts and energy that’s spent on mere appearences. With this guy, it’s different. I can’t really put it into words. But it feels fresh and good.
The mind toggles smells, fabric, words and etc. to configure something of remembrance, but my dear gent, your fabrication is of the familiar but yet distinct. The poetâ€™s uniform met with the comfortability and rapport of the artist. The medium between character, image and personality; how did you conceive.
Love the strong texture of the doors, makes for a terrific photograph, and I applaud the guy for his unique style and confidence. However, it doesn’t work for me. I like the shoes, but even those look like they’ve seen better days.