Color Blind

Life in the city is too vivacious and vibrant to be limited to a boring routine. Too often we get caught up  in the same and forget how to explore new and refreshing changes. Why dull your senses in black and white when you can live life in color! The art decorating the landscapes around us all, can only get cooler by the clothes that we wear. Add a few more words to the thousands that we see on the street by shopping fresh, Fall choices at Eddie Bauer and #LiveYourAdventure.

 

Model Kadeem Johnson wearing the Bainbridge field jacket in Hazelnut from the pop-up shop on 100 5th Ave. The Photographs in this post were shot Bushwick, Brooklyn.  

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The Scholar

The class room is a place where we fill our brains with knowledge and cultivate skills for the real world. Many are constantly and consistently in search of a real job, chasing real dreams, all to acquire a real paycheck. Some are left with never ending tuition paired with student loans. The question rises, "What makes a scholar ?" Is it the amount of degrees you've accumulated and classes you've passed with flying scores?  When you work hard, you'll surely reap the benefits. Many are familiar with the phrase," Action speaks louder than words." In this case, dedication speaks louder than a GPA. The competition is fierce and if you want to be the "crème de la crème", you'll have to give it your all.  Another school year, another reason to succeed, another reason to dropout. The world is full of surprises and we are all just students of life. While we are preparing for success, why not dress for success?

Location | Houston St at Varick St

Model | Kiefer Dixon

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Free Sprit

A free sprit longing for a great escape finds herself longing for deep water. She needs to become one with the ocean. Her desires to take in the last days of summer can not be contained, so she explores the land to satisfy her craving.  The golden hour is upon her but only if time could stand still while she glazes over the twilight. She cools off with a night dive and forgets about the worries and anxieties of the day. But naturally her love for the deep blue is short lived. Mystery and seduction soon follows as Cool Water Night Dive by Davidoff keeps her company.  The fresh scent of shivering mint and cold watery fruits grabs her attention but woody richness keeps her fulfilled. She continues to reflects over the ocean and smells the freshness of the fragrance. Another summer comes and goes. 

Like our free sprit many of us love the ocean, but few are really conscious of the delicate balance that governs this facile environment. Davidoff Cool Water and the National Geographic Society are committed to preserving the ocean by continuing their partnership to help protect the ocean. Be apart of the movement by using the #LovetheOcean on Instagram because every post helps protect  50,000 square feet of the ocean. Long live the waters."  

 

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On The Rocks

The waters of the sea seem to beckon all of mankind during the temperate conditions of the Summer season. There is a majestic nature in the juxtaposition of the ocean's fluidity and the unmovable stones on the shore. This blending of the elements is captured in our ode to the Montblanc 90th anniversary of Meisterstück.

Clad in the breathable comfort of a linen blazer and soft cotton shirt, our traveling man adds texture to his style with the soft grain leather bag which marries durability and elegance. The zip-closure of the bag allows his nerves to remain at ease while making his way toward the waters, knowing that his valuables are safe. Aware that the golden hour is not one to be missed, he examines the Meisterstück Heritage Date Automatic adorning his wrist. Holding the black leather strap, he glances at the movement within the glass casing. As he leaves the beach for the evening's festivities, the colors decorating the sky reflect on the golden bezel. To call the scene a thing of beauty is an understatement.

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Shot by Jeremy Mitchell, Words by Joekenneth

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