OCCUPATION: Freelance graphic/logo designer
HOME BASE: Brooklyn
BELT: Urban Outfitters
SHOES: Sperry Top-Sider
CAMERA: Nikon D80
BAG: Urban Outfitters
RING: Good Wood
What's your must-have item for spring? Chambrays, denim shirts, and wing-tip shoes.
What's going to be the big spring trend? Denim button downs.
What sneaker style are you rocking this season? Anything low and simple. Spring Court has some styles that I definitely will be doing.
What inspires your style? I like dressing in eras. Movies, books, and everyday life all inspire my style.
What city has the best style? New York City if we're talking cities as a whole, but as a country, Japan, hands down.
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What movie best captures your style? One movie wouldn't really define it but a recent one would be Sherlock Holmes. The costume designer was a genius.
Who has wack style? Soulja Boy. No question about it.
What trend do you want to see die? It's time to give up the excessive need for a "Gucci belt with the Louis Vuitton coin purse." Seriously? Fellas, be original.
Last clothing item you purchased? A vertically striped spring jacket from Levi's.
What do you collect? Dust.
What is your favorite brand? J.Crew is simply classic.
What is your favorite tech gadget? It's between my Macbook or D80.
What do chicks dig about your style? I'm able to look nice without that "I'm not sure if he's gay" effect. But I guess that would be subjective?
What's the most common statement people make about your style? "I could never do what you do. It only works for you."
What's the item currently in your closet that you most regret buying? Reebok Classic Pumps.
What do you see as the next big trend? I don't even know much about trends, I can't keep tabs. But I'd love to see more carrot-legged jeans.
Favorite city? I like DC. It's cool. But my heart stays with NY.
Dream job? Megan Fox's towel but if not, I'd love to run my own magazine.
Dream date? I'm kinda in love with Scarlett Johansson.
Last book read?The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho.
What is your trend-proof style advice for our readers? Classic and simple always works. It'll be in this season, last season, and two seasons down the line.
Photo by Beverly Basiga
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