It’s no secret that we New Yorker’s stick to a pretty solid uniform of black and sombre dark colors, especially during the winter months. We sat down with stylist Angel Macias and photographer Alina Gozin’a and gave them a challenge. Come up with two looks that inject color into a classic menswear look. The results show two models with a multitude of ideas on how to add color to your look.
Adam (above) paired a wool coat by Hancock with a Neoprene color block sweater by Pantone and a cheeky pair of orange socks from Scotch and Soda. Khorey (below) rocked a bright yellow coat by Kent & Curwen, a blue turtle neck by Topman and anchored the look with a pair of classic black leather Converse. Any color injection, no matter how big or small, makes for a dandy style update on a cold winter day.
Adam is wearing: Wool Coat by Hancock, Neoprene color block Jumper by Pantone, Pants by Topman, Shoes by Barneys New York, Socks by Scotch and Soda, Flower pin by Givenchy
KHOREY is wearing: Wool Coat by Kent and Curwen,Turtle Neck by Topman, Pants by Vince, Printed shirt by Public School, Leather shoes by Converse
PHOTOGRAPHER Alina Gozin'a, PRODUCER Pascale Roux de Bezieux, STYLIST Angel Macias, MAKEUP & HAIR Maria Di Marco,RETOUCHER Brittainy Dale, MODELS Adam Bates & Khorey Mcdonald, MODEL AGENCY ReQuest Model Management