Brian - Market Street, SF
"Street culture. I've been down with street wear, like SneakerHead for a long time now, so this is kind of it."
I really *heart* it when guys wear a lot of color. I like that he even accents his outfit with a colorful scarf. It feels daring and fresh.
A closer look at those SneakerHead Nikes.
Today's theme is guys wearing blue. See what I mean with Trevor and Peter.
Labels: Market Street, San Francisco, street fashion
I like your site!
That is a cool jacket.
Hey! I've been subscribed to your blog for about a week now and I really enjoy some of the interesting people you dig up. However I think you could have done better with this particular one. While this is even a style I subscribe to, I guarantee you could have found a better representative of this particular "genre". I've seen so many all-over print hoodies I want to vomit colorful camo and Baby Milos... and this one isn't even especially interesting or well matched with his kicks or the scarf. I'm not trying to be a snob about this at all, but I'm saying at least up here in Seattle, you could have had your pick of people dressed better than this in the same vein... like those kids I just walked past camped out in front of Niketown downtown to get the new sneaks that a dropping today...
But thank you for at least reaching out into a different area!
@joshooah - thanks for subscribing/commenting. re: brian, i am not objective in choosing individuals for fashionist. brian was a good candidate in this arena because he looks good in his outfit, its bright and his pants weren't falling off of him.
i think its important to acknowledge we all come with our own personal biases when it comes to visually consuming fashion and mine happens to think brian looks great for his genre.
wow! i love this picture. who knew men could wear polka dots so well. i love his hoodie and the colorful shoes..... i love him...
Joshooah hes featured b/c hes hot! and its interesting to see men wear actually color, i havent seen a guy wearing a blue polka dot hoodie...
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