There will be times when you’ll find yourself in a class all your own. No peers. No professors. No pop-quizzes or papers.
You’re the sole authority. A lesson to be taught and learned by you alone.
So when it commes to style, what grade do you belive you deserve?
Level37- Student Teacher
Reid Prebenda photographed by David Slijper for GQ Style Germany S/S 2012
It’s a play between colors and neutrals for Sarar’s Spring 2012 Collection.
The craftmanship is evident with one look. We see here how the small details matter and how in combination drum up a complete look without pretense. Expert quality and fit which isn’t just left for suiting makes room for various ensembles to be created.
From casual to everything above and in-between, donning these pieces will make a professional, refined, and classic statement with a modern understated flair.
Level37- Fine Tuned
Danny Schwarz, Jacey Elthalion, and Benedikt Angerer photographed by Koray Parlak for Interview Sarar Spring 2012 Collection.
When asked of the coroner what the cause of death was, the answer would be one of the deadly sins.
Lust, greed, envy, pride, apathy, anger and gluttony are all easy and fast ways to die. They surely take quite a toll on one’s heart and in many different ways. It makes you think…the matters of the heart do in fact, matter.
But then there’s a catch. Does one go out in style or leave a legacy? Don’t think about it too long because time is ticking.
Level37- Unlucky 7
Sam Webb photographed by Maciek Kobielski for Vogue Hommes International S/S 2012
He’s a mad man.
David Gandy sports some cool Banana Republic gear inspired by the 1960’s for their latest Spring Collection.
Clean cut in a mad world. He makes it look easy.
Level37- In The Details
David Gandy for Banana Republic Mad Men Spring Collection 2012 photographed by Carter Smith.
You thought it would look silly but for some reason it just works.
A single color head to toe may leave one to think that he’ll end up looking as if he tried to create his own uniform. Here we see the exact opposite. Orange played up with different fabrics brings depth to the ensemble. Layering the proper neutral and adding accessories relaxes the look and brings out the pro status to show that you’re not trying your hand at this for the first time.
And just what are you supposed to pair with gray jeans? Gray would work for starters. Here we see a rocked up version of a full gray-scale with boots and a dual toned, hooded sweater.
Colored pants? Gray on top always works. Always. We see here that it doesn’t always have to be worn with a blazer or plain tee. Mix it up, gents. Play around with layering techniques to bring out the different facets of your attitude.
Level37- Color Sceme
Tyler Grostic photographed by Ricardo Aca