"I would like back the shoes I was wearing before, please"
Was everyone else in on this but me? The fact that one could dress up as they cared to and still be
considered cool, polo shirts and all? The Sartorialist, a collection of street photographs
and aphorisms by Scott Schuman, creator of The Sartorialist
style guide extraordinaire, is both great fun to say and half-take
seriously. Are khaki's in? How about depression? Will not tying one's
shoes help bring about change in the world? As Schuman writes, "I am
totally open to creating my own version of who I think this person is."
Sounds like fun to me! Buy the book that lets you people watch no matter where you are or how they're dressed.