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Friday, October 28, 2005

The Coolest Cat in Williamsburg

Comments on "The Coolest Cat in Williamsburg"

 

Blogger Danielle said ... (7:23 PM) : 

mmm...so many men in suits. the littlest details make the biggest difference in menswear. I like that.

 

Anonymous Prosper Keating said ... (12:25 PM) : 

But his dbj is unbuttoned. Sartorial rules apply to Hamish Bowles but not in Williamsburg, then? Just razzin' ya.

 

Blogger EMNH said ... (1:00 PM) : 

These kind of photos really make me miss New York. A very cool cat.

 

Blogger www.jennyhyun.tv said ... (8:41 PM) : 

I have the biggest respect for Chassids. They wear the same exact style every day because it's a way to take the focus off of their appearance and more on G-d. But even so, they look pretty snazzy to me!

 

Blogger lacci-cat said ... (12:41 AM) : 

Very slick. He pulls of the cool cat just chilling very well. I love his hat! It's very fantastic.

 

Anonymous ecl said ... (5:26 PM) : 

I was under the impression that Hasidic Jews strictly shied away from having theiir photographs made? Is this why his hat is tipped in such "cool cat" fashion?

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:36 PM) : 

so very very enigmatic. i love the contrast of colours going on in this photo, especially the stark whitness of his shirt right beside the red post with the brick oranges and reds in the background. its a wonderful photo.
i would love to know about the subject of the photo though.

 

Blogger BritnLind said ... (11:57 PM) : 

Love him against the red. Very aware.

 

Blogger skeptic said ... (7:34 PM) : 

his posture makes this entire photo. i love it.

 

Blogger monique said ... (2:45 PM) : 

Chassids with their hats cocked rakishly turn me on!

 

Blogger kkii said ... (2:37 PM) : 

Let me send you a photo from 1935. My Gramps in a tilted fedora and his tongue sticking out, with a baby carriage. He pulls it off! Sexier than this guy, even.--Like your site. I talk about clothes on my blogspot, but more homey.

 

Blogger dutchbaby said ... (9:10 AM) : 

I love how leaned into that red post in such a confident, relaxed manner!

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:13 PM) : 

I want to slowly approach him and lift his hat and smile!

 

Blogger Saraid said ... (10:37 PM) : 

Dude is so chill and relaxed, love it.

 

Blogger Rita said ... (3:06 PM) : 

very dandy, I think. I adore his relaxed manner.

 

Blogger Caroline, No. said ... (5:54 AM) : 

That is awesome. :)

 

Blogger Cindy said ... (6:00 PM) : 

what a perfect moment captured here.

 

Anonymous costume jewellery uk said ... (5:56 AM) : 

What a great pose!

 

Anonymous Victor said ... (6:52 PM) : 

I can't find anything special, but his stance and been a Jew and having such a loose, relaxed aspect.

 

Anonymous vibram fivefingers said ... (11:02 PM) : 

It is great , there are so many kind of peole that from different level.

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:48 PM) : 

loving the contrast in this picture. that hat...that slouch. i want a book of the sartorialist pix!
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Anonymous Alex Flanagan said ... (11:31 AM) : 

Looking back, he actually will have been the coolest cat in Williamsburg

 

Anonymous Laura Quinn said ... (10:47 PM) : 

This is such a great shot for so many reasons... the colour, the man, thepose, the hate, the railing in the background. It feels almost Charles Dickens.

 

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