NYFW day 1

Afternoon guys! Hope you’ve been enjoying all of my posts lately! If I’m honest, I’ve no idea how Fashion Week came around so quickly. What I appreciated about this Fall/Winter collection was that it evolved without losing cohesion, but didn’t hammer home just one colour scheme, or one print. So many designers get lost in the thought process of appealing to different publications and buyers, but with volume, it is what it is – immediately identifiable with the brand, regardless of its stripes, panels, wools, or leopard prints.
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Holiday season is like an alternate reality of commercial gluttony, family feuds, and flighty resolve For this post I wanted to keep it very vintage and classic. Emmanuel and I were shooting in midtown amongst the “true businessmen” and I found them staring more than usual so hopefully I made a good statement.
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let’s get to the outfit of the day! Today I’m displaying some of my new favorite styling. Yes, styling. This vintage leather jacket paired with a grey turtleneck, J.crew wool pants resonated well with me so it was my first choice. On the upside, I have mastered the art of conquering this city’s midtown wind tunnels. The key seems to be a leather jacket with bright wool blazer, under another seedier, with a leather jacket to block out what’s left of the chill, and boots made for storming between the corporate lunch-goers.
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Today, at 12 degrees below freezing, I bring you the two things New Yorkers hate more than anything: bin juice snow, as Major and I have decided to baptise it, and central park. What’s your opinion of the touch of red in the look?
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Details
Red blazer – Cremieux
turtleneck – Uniqlo
Pants – J. Crew
Sunglasses – Zerouv
Beanie – Armani Exchange
Chelsea boots – Gordon Rush
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Photographed by: Emmanuel Afolabi
Location: Central Park.

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