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Sunday, March 16, 2008

New Delhi in Black & White and Color

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Blogger Ridonkulus said ... (11:28 PM) : 

sikh chic. sorry, couldn't resist. love the checks with the skinny tie and the marc jacob-esque (?? can't remember which runway i saw it on) glasses. who knew big glasses would come back?!


Blogger Kate said ... (11:42 PM) : 

He's rockin' that look.
I want to be in his gang.


Anonymous aline said ... (11:46 PM) : 

Brilliant!!! !!! !!!


Blogger Jasmine said ... (12:44 AM) : 

Thanks for showing the beautiful parts of India. Your latest posts have made me miss home :)


Blogger Maurice said ... (12:48 AM) : 

whoa. that is one crazy paper clip.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:07 AM) : 

he looks amazing. love the checks.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:10 AM) : 

He looks fab. I love seeing traditional guys rocking the modern.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:39 AM) : 

this is my favorite of your india pics so far. you could swoop him up, transplant him into nyc, and he wouldn't miss a beat!


Blogger pikake said ... (2:19 AM) : 

I love how the shape of the top part of his turban is echoed in the bottle caps of the ads behind him. What a fabulous compostion!


Blogger Agyesh said ... (2:50 AM) : 

this is sick dude... I am impressed by your hunting skills.. I have roamed the streets of Delhi for ages, but not seen anything so brilliant... The mixing of patterns...the tone... sweet stuff.. I do wish he had that one bit of colour man... something....


Blogger headmistress said ... (2:54 AM) : 

so this is where all the cute desi guys are hiding. goddamit.


Blogger Jacob said ... (3:00 AM) : 

He's really making the patka work.


Blogger cassaundra said ... (3:24 AM) : 


i am also quite fond of the setting.
it's wild.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:14 AM) : 

AWESOME! Traditional + rock and roll has never looked so well pulled together. Love the mix of geometric patterns with the shirt and belt. Great accessories too (the glasses crack me up!). What a natural.


Anonymous marie said ... (5:18 AM) : 

I'm enjoying The New Delhi colors! So Vivid!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:27 AM) : 

That's all I can say about your photos in India!

I think that your 'hunt' in New Delhi has been far more interesting that in any other 1st world capital.

Now I'm anxiously waiting for more!!


Blogger Gabriela said ... (6:54 AM) : 

I like the ice-cream-cookie-soda lorry in the background, its kind of tacky advertising stile, but it makes my eyes happy. Colour, colour, colour!


Blogger candid cool said ... (7:04 AM) : 

whoa! coolest guy ever.
And Im lovin it in front of the soda truck.
Awesome shot.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:26 AM) : 



Blogger La Terpette said ... (9:11 AM) : 

He looks great! Who knew a paper clip could be so fashion-foward?


Anonymous jaaaaaaanu said ... (10:00 AM) : 

what a cutie :D
he's so cool!
Usually i don't like the patka but man, he's working it...


Blogger amyw said ... (10:59 AM) : 

I adore this whole look. The rocker and the traditional Indian look is an interesting, albeit amazing, contrast.


Blogger Bess said ... (11:06 AM) : 

thank you maurice for pointing out the paper clip as tie clip! I used to use 2 paper clips and a rubber band as cufflinks sometimes.. very smart.


Blogger T IN LA said ... (12:10 PM) : 

I love the Delhi pics - they reveal a different side than what I'm used to seeing. I love this guy - as an anonymous said - he would fit in NY, so I say he would also fit well on any street in L.A.


Blogger Marianna said ... (12:30 PM) : 

OMG you are in India!! Wow, your photos there are going to be a set of jewels to admire!! Cant wait to post this comment and head off checking the other photos out!


Anonymous goldgirl said ... (1:30 PM) : 

I love the India photos, but this one is the best yet!


Blogger Butch said ... (2:58 PM) : 

Perfect! All I can say in addition is:

Dost Whol Jo TREAT De!!


Anonymous Maya said ... (3:33 PM) : 

This is a really cool stylish dude! How come people in India are smiling (or, who knows, maybe even laughing out loud) while in NY they mostly look serious (or maybe even gloomy)? Just asking...


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:50 PM) : 

Translation of the mango juice billboard
"A Friend is Someone who Gives you a Treat"


Anonymous DesignGod said ... (5:48 PM) : 

I wanna be his friend! He just seems like he has a really cool story. And the accessories are FIYAH! Just enough. Keep 'em comin' Sart.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:32 PM) : 

wow!! i want his belt:D


Blogger Jennifer said ... (7:09 PM) : 

I absolutely love this photo...every element of it is captivating!


Blogger TheRealSlimAdie said ... (7:22 PM) : 

He's definitely one rockin' Sikh!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:36 PM) : 

cool kid indeed. i've always thought that real 'coolness' exists only in individuals willing to be themselves, unabashedly and without apology. rock on kid!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:33 PM) : 

Aw, this guy brings a smile to my face. He seems super cool! I especially like the "ethnic" turban mixed with the "urban" rnr style below.


Blogger Mike Mitchell said ... (2:58 AM) : 

So awesome!

I had to draw him, his style is just too great.


Blogger raman said ... (10:38 AM) : 

hey thats me.. :D


Anonymous Raman Bhandari said ... (4:00 PM) : 

i loved this picture of mine when u clicked it, but had no clue it would be here.
Thank u guys for ur comments. I appreciate it. Really!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:38 AM) : 

this is the greatest picture I have ever seen


Blogger The Boot said ... (1:08 PM) : 

Dude is freakin cool. Wonder what this guy drives?


Blogger just anotheR said ... (3:48 PM) : 

notice the contrast between the background and the subject. the subject himself is dressed head-to-toe in monochrome, but the background is bursting with bold colour. genius!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:41 AM) : 

Aaaaah, pictures like this just make me smile!

Keep 'em comin', Sart!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:49 AM) : 

no doubt..its an awesome pic..u just fantastic..Sutjeet rock...wowwwww


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:46 PM) : 

Raman, Dude! Way to rock the hipster thing! Love the glasses. This IS were all the cute Desi guys are hiding. Dang!


Anonymous Raman Bhandari said ... (2:21 AM) : 

Avani! is that u?


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:30 AM) : 

raman, u got jattitude


Blogger lauren ashley said ... (1:12 AM) : 

love the contrast in colour.

heard those cookies (in the background ad) are all the rage in those parts ... :)


Blogger Kajsa & Axel said ... (4:30 AM) : 

that's so cool.


Anonymous amy c. said ... (6:34 PM) : 

I absolutely do not like this look at all. Yuck! The baggy pants make his torso look strangely elongated and his legs look like short stick. Not a good look in any culture.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:25 AM) : 

he looks just great! he has found his own way how to put modern and traditional style together and it looks so cool!



Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:53 AM) : 



Anonymous delhiitekiri said ... (1:46 AM) : 

Brilliant Smarties! Bravo! :)


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:37 PM) : 

pingu...supah cool...


Blogger raman said ... (5:00 AM) : 

Yeah Piglet!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:56 AM) : 

lol yeah well guess what? we got swag. hahhaha. jk but all i meant is we do have fashion in India, but more Indian than western. Kurta Pyjama on women can look absolutely any way they want it to. People resonate themselves more often than not, and naturally as peer pressure makes no sense in such a diversely cultural country. Every single thing is not gross or disgusting or rude or ugly or irresponsible. And its hard to get over the surface of India but when you do theres absolutely nothing like it. And do NOT get me started on food....


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