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BAND OF OUTSIDERS | LOOKING IN

Posted in Fashion, Fashion Week, New York, photography, Street Style, Trends with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 14, 2010 by Me & Marisa

So obviously Band of Outsiders was an amazing show- however, part of what made it so amazing were the people attending. Amazing style galore that night from waiting outside to get in, to of course the attendees inside. Here are some pics from Band of Outsiders- Looking in. Enjoy!
-Andrew J

I don’t know who this girl is, but I’m in love with her. She epitomized so many “now” trends it’s absurd! Not to mention the fact that I think she’s beautiful.
Metallic skirts were bit
Loved this pic
Photo bloggers at work.
When I saw that red mane walk by me, my heart basically stopped. Grace Coddington – Creative Director of Vogue
The crowd inside.
Scott Schuman of The Sartoralist
She didn’t even know this was being taken, and look at the amazing pose!
Model Matthew Hitt and Tavi
Model Nick H and Scott Sternberg
Brad Goreski and me :)!
Miles Garber and his mother who is the sweetest woman alive!
Joe Zee, Creative Director of Elle Magazine
Seth Plattner from The City
Man of the hour- Band of Outsiders designer, Scott Sternberg
I got this pic because I love what Tavi’s friend was wearing. And yet no one was taking her picture :(.

Model Remington Guest, caught him on the way down and honestly didn’t recognize him out of show clothes.  Just spoke briefly but seems like a really nice guy- amazing hair too!

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BAND OF OUTSIDERS | THE SHOW

Posted in Fashion, Fashion Week, New York, photography, Trends with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 12, 2010 by Me & Marisa

Last night I attended the Band of Outsiders show by Scott Sternberg and let me just say- I can now check off “Attend a New York Fashion Week Fashion show.” It was definitely an amazing night and one that I will remember for years to come… Though hopefully it will be far from my last.

The show, like I said, was amazing- Scott’s designs were wonderful, the models selected were perfect and impeccably styled, and the presentation of the show was great.

The men’s line was, as best as I can describe, prep-school-cool. Doubled breasted blazers that remained structured while not appearing stuffy- opting for the untucked look; rolled up trousers; drawstring shorts; a new take on the Henley; and California casual long-sleeved crew shirts with a sideways pocket I loved. A total scene stealer however, was a patchwork suit I was mildly obsessed with.

Though the majority of my interest lingered on the men’s clothing, Boy, Scott’s women’s line was not to be ignored. Some of the outfits fit the brand name aptly and were heavily influenced by masculinity; however, designing on opposite ends of the spectrum, others were everything ethereal and feminine one could ask for in a women’s line.

In any case, enough chit-chat; on to the pictures! Hope your weekend is going extremely well!
-Andrew J

P.S. have to say this specifically this time, all of these images are ©Copyright 2010 Andrew Jones- Me & Marisa  and are not to be used in any way shape or form without explicit written permission by myself. Thanks guys!

Model- Remington Guest
Miles Garber kept giving me funny faces ha. Love this guy though- such an amazing model!
Sergio- another really amazing model. He worked different angles every time I put the camera on him.
Nick got a bit bored ha, but again- love the looks he threw me. I think designers should give models more freedom to move. It makes it more real.


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