Flight of style: The colour of his B-15 flight bomber is midnight blue, the original shade used for the early 20th-century designs. Moreover, his sunglasses are similar to those worn by the first aviation pilots. Essentially, Steven Patenaude makes aviation style even cooler by embracing its vintage elements.
In Autumn/Fall, trees survive the cold season by shedding itself of leaves.
Humans do things differently.
Case in point - he’s stylishly surviving the winter with a jacket designed with autumn-leaf patches.
If Mufasa was human, and roamed the streets of New York.
The “mille feuille” effect: Veer demonstrates a master class in layering with three different Zara jackets: a plaid coat over a burnt-orange coat, which is over a denim jacket. The cherry on top is his polka dot Happysocks.
With his over-sized scarf, Kareem looks like he’s wondering a desert to a mysterious location (But he’s in New York, where he can still find a mysterious location lol).
Corey stated that individuals with a good sense of style should strive to offend those with a bad sense style (lol). He’s certainly doing that as he keeps it cool with his sunglasses and top hat (reminiscent of the Blues Brothers), and Dries Van Noten turtle-neck paired perfectly with his vintage, plaid coat.
Igee Okafor is grinning because he knows exactly what he’s doing: Atypical layering (a double-breasted coat over a polo, which is over a turtleneck) familiarized by two shades of blue. In addition, his made-to-measure Indochino coat, and J. Crew trousers make him the sharpest dresser within a 100-mile radius.
Chengge Tan proves that grayscale Burberry is just as captivating as its’ vibrant counterparts.