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Sub-Urban: n; A sub-culture to the typical Urban market that gives cutting edge style to suburban influenced apparel.
Fashion is ineffable. Being able to switch up your appearance with a mixture of preppy, contemporary, modern, vintage inspired, shows ones versatilty and ability to adapt. One must give creativity top priority over the variables that may hender ones style, such as specific trends, budget restraints, or even saturation in the market…
- Blazer by Missfit Vintage
- Navy Blue Turtleneck by Banana Republic
- Brown corduroy pants by BDG
- Socks by JCrew
- Sneakers by Paul Smith
Photos by Fashioni.st
- 1970s Persian Lambs ambassador hat
- Glasses by Gucci
- Shawl neck knit cardigan
- Vintage floral tie
- Plaid button-up by Ralph Lauren Purple Label
- Tie dye jeans by Drive Jeans
- Denim miniature Duffle Bag by Rheyn
- Wingtip 3/4 length boots by Douglas
Photos by: Hannan Saleh
- Plaid Sweater by Polo
- Lettermans Jacket by Co-laborative Labortory
- Pants by Mabitex
- Leather Belt by YSL
- Socks by Urban Outfitters
- White Suede Bucks by Walk Over
- Plaid Hangbag by House of Ra’oof
- Velvet feather Fedora by Block headwear
- Plaid Button-up by Rugby
- Leather Motorcycle Jacket
- Pinstripe Pants by Bomb Boogie
- Ruberrised riding boots by Aigle
- 1940 distress medicine bag by House of Ra’oof
Photos by Kiddunot
- Glasses by Cazel
- Turtleneck by Club Monaco
- Vest by House of Ra’oof
- Jeans by BDG
- Metallic wing tip shoes by House of Ra’oof
Photos by AnmlHse
Fashion week is like heaven to bloggers, especially the one’s who take street style shots. Instead of them having to walk around the city searching, they were all waiting outside anxiously for the next stylish person that catches their eye coming out of the Lincoln Center.
It was great to finally meet some of the blogs I follow & for them to feature me on their sites. I have so many cards from people that photographed me so if you come across my picture on the net please let me know.
Check out some of the press I got from different blogs during Mercedes-Benz Fashion week.
“Wherever I go I take Philly with me.”
I think I am a good representation of my city. I like to show people what Philly is all about and what it has to offer from my perspective. When I go many places there aren’t many people from Philly so to see my fellow friend & designer Brittany Deshields at Mercedes-Benz Fashion week was a breath of fresh air.
B. Shields, as I call her, is an up & coming designer who you have to drag her off the sewing machine to have some fun. Brittany was recently the closing designer in the All Star Celebrity Fashion Show in Hollywood, Miss USA was seen wearing her designs during the Superbowl weekend & her pieces were feature in Traum Digg’s music video. It is good to see people from your area making moves and building a collective of talented Philadelphians poised to take on the world.
Check out Brittany Deshield’s designs at www.brittanydeshields.com
During NYFW the best of the best come out to celebrate the creativity of fashion. One of my most memorable experiences was the amount of inspiration that I received. The creativity from the designers was not the only thing that was inspirational, the guests during NYFW delivered style, swag and charisma that filled the city with fashion longevity. After living in NYC for one week I look forward to returning in the Fall.
Some of many dope people I met during NYFW:
Guerre of Swagger360.blogspot.com
Celebrity stylist June Ambrose
KodakKid of Kiddunot.com
James Field of Theblacknouveau.com
Fashion PR & designer Mari J. Brooklyn
Shayla of Shaylacox.com
Check out pictures from the amazing inspirational people of NYFW
One of the many different things to do while waiting for the next shows at the Lincoln Center is perusing the different vendors. One of my favorites was The Bumby’s appearance for the Fiji Water booth. The Bumby’s are a performance artists duo that have been featured in Elle magazine and have performed at Sundance and the EMI Grammy party. To the naked eye this looked like an incognito guy typing on a typewriter but he really was a fashion interpreter; rating each guests’ ensemble individually. My rating 9.6 … Dope!