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acket, $265, rogueterritory.com; Outerknown Shirt, $195, Bloomingdale’s, 800-777-0000; Borneo T-shirt, $95, matiere.com; M001 Gunnison Jeans, $265, simonmillerusa.com; Standard Issue High Top Sneakers, $225, rag-bone.com; Sunglasses, $340, garrettleight.com; Belt, $150, rag-bone.com; Oyster Perpetual Yacht-Master II Watch, $18,750, rolex.com; Bracelet, $85, miansai.com. Fashion editor: Becky Malinsky PHOTO: MACKENZIE STROH FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, GROOMING BY TARA PAGLIARA, MODEL: JONATHAN GLASS/FORD MODELS (MODEL); ILLUSTRATION BY JULIEN PACAUD

What can I say, I seem to live in places that are fashion forward. I lived in Miami during the Miami Vice and later South Beach efa of clothing and now live in Los Angeles and specifically in downtown Los Angeles the hub of activity right now in Los Angeles. You walk around and see people dressed very well as opposed to a few years ago here in Los Angeles. There’s a sense of style that is very much the city’s and represents our lifestyle here and the way we like to look.
Click on the link below to see the Wall Street Journal’s take on this. And once again I’d like to thank my friends Thomas Brady from London for pointing this article out to me.
AVB

http://www.wsj.com/articles/how-los-angeles-is-changing-the-way-men-dress-1453401564

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