Some more street style around the globe as promised. I often find the uniqueness of an outfit to be so inviting. Yes, I do stare and gawk like a kid at Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. The more vintage an item, the more I find it to have a personal value and, a world of sentiment. I like the sense of an item being so rare, or personalized, to the point where it ceases to resemble it’s initial birth. This, uniqueness, gives me a sense of everyone being able to enjoy fashion without becoming boring cookie-cuter dressers. Check some of them out:
The gentleman meets vintage mixes.
I have to admit. I love accessories to an outfit. It’s a layered look all by itself.
Liking the ripped effect coupled with the classic coat down to the metallic shoes. It’s like a mixing era.
We, at The Fashion Records, adore Iman. I like the wedge shoe to the leather wedge heel. I haven’t been crazy about the ripped tights look for awhile though.
Awesome that Edward Norton bought some Masai Warriors over, as guests at his house in Greenwich Village. They came over to run a marathon for a Masai fundraiser. While in New York, these fearless warriors browsed the streets in their vibrant gear. Talk about re-defining street style!
A fashionable girl in Dakar. I like the colors with the strapped sandals and simple jewelery.
Showing a mixture of retro colors. I like.
Wearing daring colors from head to toe. Likely risk taker and owner of his own style!
Reminds me of what I would see in a old Brooklyn fashion book. Very characterized and, individualized. Loving the graphic tees.
That’s right. Well-dressed gentlemen get their photos taken. Check out that styled, retro, men’s satchel. Major bag envy. Check out a similar one: Filson Field Satchel.
Check our some New York splash of colors:
Thanks to Nontsikelela, Trendy Crew, Yayemarieba and Tamu you rock!