Beautiful photo! You have a great eye for how people relate to the space around them, Sart;it gives an added dimension to your work. I love his look and the texture of his scarf. That’s a great overcoat, may be it belonged to his grandfather as well??
Not bad but not that great either. Think the coat is too big, pants too tight and the scarf is nice but would look better in another outfit. The shoes are nice though! And I like the photo with that background and colors.
I totally love the fabric and the colours of the scarf, the trousers and the coat. The coat reminds me a little of a wet surplus army overcoat from the 40′s (in Sweden you can get them for a bargain) but the cut is oh, so much more fabulous. And the shoes…
I remember when all the kids wore their jeans with that kind of cut in the hem. Brrr! But here it works.
i have been dreaming of a scarf like that forever. it’s the perfect texture of gray. if i’m not mistaken his pants are olive hued, which compliments the color of his jacket paired with the grey so very well. I actually want to borrow his whole outfit, except maybe wear it with heels.
Now that’s more like it. Just a bit crumpled, not “look at me, I’ve just been to my tailor. Again.” More of this and less of that uptight Italian ‘style’ and the world just feels so much better. The man looks like he’s dressed to actually go somewhere or do something, as opposed to leaving the house to be checked out by other men dressed in the same uniform as him. The greatest oxymoron in fashion is ‘Italian style.’ More of the NYC, p-lease.
Scott- This is a breathtaking photo. He really is all the color and texture of all that lies behind him and beneath him; the rumpled corner of his coat and trouser legs and the wet weathered stone, the shiny leather beside the puddle and the proportions and every, every thing. If this were a musical thought it would be in a minor key on a viola. Merci!