Q: Lately, you've been featuring a bunch of different guys with different styles, but I haven't seen any military inspired looks. What are your thoughts on that style?
A: I am actually a huge fan of military inspired looks and vintage military clothing in general. Military green is one of my favorite colors because it looks good with just about everything. In fact, I recently purchased this field jacket from a local military surplus store and I've been wearing it a lot lately, especially when I'm out and about shooting features. The large pockets are ideal for holding all of my camera equipment and the jacket's material is unlike anything else I own.
I recently caught up with my brother Rashawn while I was in NYC and let's just say it's always a good time whenever we link up. It's been a while since his last feature, so I thought it was only right to do a follow-up, especially since his first feature was one of my personal favorites. Here are three looks from Rashawn along with an update on his career in television production.
This past weekend I went to NYC to visit friends and family. While I was in Brooklyn, I linked up with designer, graphic artist, and fellow thrift store shopper, Victor James. There are not a lot of people that share the same passion for thrift store shopping as I do, so after we finished shooting it was only right that we went thrifting (he found a bad ass leather jacket and I went home empty handed). Vic is one of the most stylish guys I know and he definitely has knack for switching things up, so here are three examples of his eclectic style.
If you love rap music or just music in general, this feature is for you. The other day I linked up with one of my good friends, Damian O'Meally aka Dame Dolla. We discussed everything from music to stocks to real estate. It just goes to show that he isn't your average underground rap artist. If you're not familiar with Dame's music just tune into iHeartRadio because his latest single "No Astericks" has been in heavy rotation lately. Here are a couple looks from Dame along with some of his personal philosophies on style and music.