Hat: Pendleton for Opening Ceremony ; Jacket: Rag & Bone ; Sweater: Vintage from Spain; Shoes: Justin Boots, Vintage from Eleven
Cities like New York are massive stages. Everyone is a character and we all have unique roles. I know it’s an age-old philosophy of life in general, but still, NYC literally is. It’s a conclusion I have derived just from meeting all these people that all of them have different priorities when it comes to fashion. And one interesting observation I made is that most of the times the more creative a person’s job is the more they invest [monetarily and effort wise] in fashion. Whether they can afford it or not. Just like me.
We met this really interesting musician Pamela Racins of the band Gogol Bordello . [FYI, I checked out the band on myspace and quite liked the gypsy punk music they do]. Just her Sunday morning stroll outfit was so interesting that I wonder what she dresses like when she goes out. Am intrigued by how just a hat [however from Opening Ceremony, which is becoming one of my favorite stores, except I cant afford much there] and a cool jacket can add the slightest drama to your dog walk. I love that New Yorker’s do that on a regular basis without any inhibitions.