thesartorialist Early morning bike ride, East Harlem, New York City 2d

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thesartorialist I love that we're seeing the new Gucci on the streets and that it has an audience that can sustain its growth. 3d

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thesartorialist At the end of the day yesterday when I was walking home, I saw this young woman walking ahead of me and I couldn’t tell if the seam on her inside-out shrunken sweatshirt (typically so boyish) was an intentionally scalloped edge or if it was just the effect created of the seam buckling.
Whether it was an intentional design detail or not, I liked the purpose it served. It gave the sweatshirt a new feminine feel.
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thesartorialist Cesare's strong shoe/sock game, Milan 5d

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thesartorialist Dusty Blue Denims, Florence 7d

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thesartorialist Morning run New York City. "So New York" to buy your neighbors air rights. Like the opposite of that great scene from There Will Be Blood "I drink your milkshake" 1w

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thesartorialist On the Street....Rue Bonaparte, Paris 2w

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thesartorialist On the Street.... August 14th, Broadway, New York City 2w

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thesartorialist Wishing I was back in Puglia for the weekend! Funny that getting out of a pool can be equally graceful and sexy for both men and women. @paolaleo_11 2w

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thesartorialist On the Street....5:45pm, Spring Street, Nolita, New York City. Late afternoon in New York the smaller streets are cast in dark shadows that become the perfect backdrop for a very light-filled portrait. 2w

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thesartorialist I'm starting to shop for my fall wardrobe! The colors at Prada @prada right now are soooo sophisticated! Miuccia Prada is a genius at pushing the limits of color for men. 3w

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thesartorialist Alessandro @alessandrosquarzi told me the yellow ones are called "lupito"(I didn't write it down so I might be off a little on the exact name) They're like Italian edamame and so fun and addictive to eat. Anyone know where to get these in New York? 3w

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thesartorialist On the Street..Last night, 7:30pm, High Line Park, New York City 3w

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thesartorialist DJs at last nights party , New York City 3w

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thesartorialist I love this Comme des Garçon @commedesgarcons Very proper shoe with the wide elastic strap that replaces the laces. I might have to pick these up before fashion week. 3w

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thesartorialist High waisted jeans, white tees with a bike seems to be the look in Nolita (chic neighborhood next to equally chic Soho in New York City) I shot these two looks at the same intersection (Prince & Lafayette) about two years apart, it still looks great to me. 3w

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thesartorialist It seems to me that only Italians would take the time to cover a lowly library step-ladder in red velvet/velveteen and tassels. #TheSartorialistItaly 3w

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thesartorialist On the Street....Prince Street, Nolita, New York City. 3w

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thesartorialist I hate when locals hide the best stuff for themselves.
Luckily when I was in Genova last month, my friend Lorenzo let me in on a secret location so hidden, that even he has a hard time finding it sometimes (if you know the streets and alleys of Genova, Lorenzo’s confusion is understandable). My only regret is that I was introduced to this confectioner at the age of 47 and not 7. I can only imagine what this place must look like to a kid just tall enough to be eye level with the display case. A rolling wax paper plain of chocolate poured over fruits, nuts, candied jellies…mmmmmm, I’m getting hungry just writing this.
But even with the restraint of a 47 year old, I walked out with a bag full of treats that only made it about two streets away before I found the despair of an empty bag (but hey, it was July in Italy, they were going to melt anyway, so off my case). You can find these treats at Romeo Viganotti
Vico dei Castagna 14 R – 16123
Genova, Italy. @viganotti1866
3w

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thesartorialist On the Street.....Crosby Street, New York Wow! That hair! And.....an ability to make Miyake look so cool again! That a special one/two punch. Thanks Cate @cateholstein 3w

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