well, ive been in milan for 2 weeks this summer and young people dress horribly there. eurotrash would be an understatement. the only people with a great style are older men but the dominating street look was my biggest dissapointment ever.
I will be in London next week and I am looking for a nice men’s overcoat, maybe an overjacket is a better term, covert jacket I have seen used. Buttons all the way up to the collar, knee length at most. Are these being shown yet or is it too early, and if so, where?
Something about this guy’s overall demeanor says ‘hobo’ to me. A handsome, fashionable hobo to be sure, but he looks like he just woke up from a nap on a nearby bench. Probably just an awkward hobo moment.
i had to go back and look at him again — so sue me, i’m only human — and eventually noticed that there were other people in the photo as well, every single one of them looking very good indeed. there is an attitude about them that implies that that’s just the way it is, capice?
Why is everyone going crazy over the turned up jeans and sneakers? Number 1: People have worn their jeans that way before [think Marlon Brando in the Wild One] Number 2: Just because not eveyone wears their jeans that way doesn’t make it any less. He’s doing what he wants good on him not copying everyone with their little tapered legs. Number 3: not everyone wants to wear hard dress shoes. Sneakers are hip and comfortable get a clue
Thanks for the great blog – so interesting to see people on the street. Your mix and your eye are fabulous. Here’s my new theory — I think your work is inspiring people to dress better, in the hope of appearing on your blog. Like the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle applied to fashion – the act of observing changes the behaviour of the observed! Keep up the great work!
if you’re not cuffing unwashed denim, what are you cuffing? does anyone else think we are going to start seeing a lot more black and blue combinations? i can’t even remember why that got labeled as a no-no thing so long ago.