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The Sartorialist


Friday, July 29, 2011

On the Street....Simple Blue, Florence

On the Street....11th Ave., New York

Thursday, July 28, 2011

On the Street....Nicola, Florence

On the Street....Mulberry St., New York

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

On the Street....Mulberry St., New York

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

On the Street....Pink Skirt , Milan

Monday, July 25, 2011

On the Street....Fabrizio, Paris

On the Street....Union Square, New York

On the Street....Spring St., New York

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Vintage Photos

My father has always been an elegant dresser as shown by this image taken on the Atlantic City, NJ boardwalk circa 1938.

- Leslie F

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Vintage Photos

Vintage Photos

This image is of my great grandfather Willem Kat and his daughter Harriet in Yosemite in 1931. Willem Kat was one of the early founders of modern day rock climbing and lived in Yosemite National Park for 19 years as a contractor. Kat Pinnacle named for him in Yosemite.
-Sparrow King

Friday, July 22, 2011

On the Street....Manu, Milan

On the Street....Canal St., New York

Thursday, July 21, 2011

On the Street....Strappy Sandals, New York

On the Street....Petrosino Square, New York

On the Street....All White, Florence

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

On the Street....West 21st St., New York

On the Street.....Morning in Nolita, New York

On the Street....Manhattan in Black & White, New York

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

On the Street......Long Print Skirt, Florence

On the Street....Bleecker St., New York

Monday, July 18, 2011

On the Street....Saddle Shoes and Seersucker, Florence

On the Street....Poolside, Los Angeles

On the Street....Summer Color, New York

I get emails all the time saying "Oh, it's so hot where I live, how can I ever dress fashionably when it is too hot to wear clothes?"

Well, to me this photo is the essence of summer fashion at its hottest. Bright colors, fun accessories and easy hairstyles: summer style can be as easy as a few special pieces.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Vintage Photos

This picture is my grandmother's friend Joy
arriving at the Canoe Lake Station in 1948.
-- Paige


If you missed my initial post, here are the instructions again.

- The subject line of the email should read "Vintage Photo"

- The photos will only be posted here on the blog, so the file size can be very small (no bigger than 700kb). I DO NOT need hi-res images, they take too long to download.

- Writing a little something about the image you send will make your entry much more interesting for all of us.

- Email your photos to:

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Vintage Photos

Vintage Photos

I love the old school swimsuits

Friday, July 15, 2011

On the Street....Houston St., New York

On the Street...Elizabeth Street, New York

Thursday, July 14, 2011

On the Street....Before Pringle, Milano

On the Street....via Turati, Milan

On the Street......Via Fogazzaro, Milan

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

On the Street....All Blue, Florence

On the Street....Retro Blue, Florence

On the Street....Via del Fossi, Florence

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

On the Street....Simone, Florence

On the Street....Angelika, Milan

Monday, July 11, 2011

On the Street....Urban Explorer, Florence

I love the simple urban explorer feel of this look, the slate green shirt with the classic but slightly fuller cut khakis is perfection in its stealth.

However, I think the photograph - and the look itself - is made measurably more refined by its juxtaposition with the rugged grooming.

It is such an art to be well-groomed but not manscaped. This is one of the best examples I've seen in a while.

July 4th Weekend in Capri

Over July 4th weekend, Tod's invited Garance and myself to Capri for the opening of their Jackie Onassis photo exhibit.

As you can imagine, the images are beautiful, inspiring, and poetic; see Garance's post, here.

Mr. Della Valle and crew were incredible hosts and allowed us to see a side of Capri that a first-time visitor rarely experiences. For a location as famous as Capri to live up to decades of hype seemed impossible, and yet it was even more enchanting than I had expected.

This rugged landscape has been tamed by the luxurious Italian lifestyle: food, architecture, the highest standard of living. Capri will be high on my list of favorite locations, going forward.

A big big thanks to Diego, Andrea, Sarika, and Mariacristina.

The bougainvillea flowed down the architecture and mountainside like a beautiful floral fog.

Super-host Diego Della Valle.

Lee Radziwill at the exhibit's opening party.

Walking around Capri, you really have to keep your eyes open. Every corner you turn there is a new tableau.

Aerial view (well, actually - from just really high up the mountainside!) of the world-famous La Fontelina lido.

This shot is really for Garance. A native Corsican, she has taught me to appreciate the diversity of flora and fauna a Mediterranean island can offer. The smells are just incredible.

Scenes from the "Deva," easily one of the most beautiful sailboats on the Mediterranean.

Jose Miguel Antunez, joining us on the crew. He is a legendary basketball player.

I don't really know anything about boats, but every detail I saw on the "Deva" was beautiful - here, the leather-covered rings on the main mast.

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