So basically 2011 was the year of the 'root fade', blonde ends, darker roots, similar to the situation you find yourself in if you didn't have a lot of dough to take care of that re-growth.
Now it seems things have entered the next stage, like everything in fashion, people always have to take it a step further. I see not only 'root fade', but more interestingly people walking around with what I thought was hair that belonged to madame GAGA.
So what liberated feeling does one achieve from such statement? that knowledge of your uniqueness? or that you're just sick of the 'root fade'? ...this curiosity leaves me no choice but to try something of my own.
Unfortunately something like this, may not be the best choice in securing my employment prospects..
However, a nice bright choice of colour for summer wouldn't hurt, so if you have a dull do, follow suit kids.
Shoe of the moment the Nike Air MAGS, watching the film as a young kid and watching it now really just defines the evolutionary step that Nike has implemented in the past for popular culture today.... and the future is now.
Stephannn's accessories, somthing to feel good about...
White is a great color for summer but does not get utilize by men enough because of its distinctness. Harnessing white can give you’re outfit a boost to its full potential in order to reach a sporty or elegant look. Using Rene Lacoste as an example during the French Davis Cup pictured above we can see a preppy and monochromatic look which is a style in its own, but what we want to focus is the (white) that gives a clean-cut and multi-efficient spectrum that can give various contrast to other bold colors. A Great example is Paul Newman who I greatly admire if you look at his picture you will see white working at its best and worn very casually.
I was fortunate enough to have worked with my good friend Nichol Brooklyn and was able to have a first hand look at what Ivy League was all about. Kept away in Norwood Parade it was my first time venturing into a store which I have herd good things about. At first I was captivated by a vintage automobile within the store which set the tone for what I thought was a perfect theme in menswear. The collegiate vibe that had mixed message seem to invoke a lot of detail and care within the clothing itself and the store. Causal threads to one side with fitted suits to the other really shows the diversity in range that Ivy has to offer but still encapsulate a clean and authentic embodiment of a Americana, maritime/college style.
Store owner Luke as I had meant him is a great guy, he was very passionate about his products and ideals which really functions as a good reason to see what Ivy League offers. I was finally able to implement some style traits which I had and give reasonable feedback to what worked for a spring/summer outlook. It was fun working as I was helping to style a good friend of my, Osama which made time fly very quickly. What you see Osama wearing is just a small section of what Ivy League has installed but we can’t show you everything. You might have to make this store your next visit and get schooled with a college affair which…is my league, your league, our league… Ivy League