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All Hipstered Out

This dude. Had to interrupt my own OOTD shoot to get him in front of the camera. Pink plaid shirt. Narrow black bow tie. Denim vest – hell yes. Grainy navy blue blazer and classic grey pants. Brown leather, high heel Oxfords. Simply framed glasses. In one word – awesome.

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Monochrome Designer Blue

Color-wise completely on trend is this nice fella. Awesome dark navy loose fitting top, slim indigo chinos and modern navy penny loafers with a high sole and mint-y green transition – that same color green we see in a lot of different garments around right now. Leather tote thrown over the shoulder and that’s that. Spotted at FIT.

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Manhattan Vintage Show

On Saturday, Lisa and I were invited to an amazing Vintage show in Manhattan – thanks Landon from Bollare!! Of course, the majority was womenswear, as if that would still surprise me. But there was actually lots of really nice, really vintage menswear. Amazing fabrics from …

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Left: Fantastic bordeaux double monkstraps, slim legs on the pinstripe suit. Great fit overall, shoes match the printed tie. Classic, black framed glasses, white pocketsquare with black stitching, both perfectly in combination with the wider peak lapel.

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INDIVIDUALS – Spring Time in NYC

Finally it has come thus far spring time in New York. And if you haven’t noticed it by the mere weather, gentlemen like this one here will show it with their outstanding attire. I love the combination of fresh springy pastels; you can’t really go wrong with a pale minty green or lilac this season – and as he proves, …

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Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity at the Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Over and over again an inspiration to many artists and designers. Currently there is an exhibit on display that focuses on the fashion called Impressionism, Fashion and Modernity. It’s a wonderful exhibition and if you have the chance …

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Edo Pop at the Japan Society

Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Tokyo has started yesterday night! And aren’t we usually impressed with the extravagant Asian fasion?! I spent my Saturday afternoon at the Japan Society on th Upper East Side in Manhattan. They currently have a wonderful exhibition on display – Edo Pop. Edo used to be what Tokyo is now …

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