Slackin’ McSlackerson!

June 23, 2009

I have been slacking. I had the flu last week, so I had to take some time off. But I’ve printed business cards and am ready to hit the streets! Let me know if you would like to be photographed. sarkis[at]towardstyle[dot]com

If you don’t yet, follow me on twitter. Promise to be around more.


06.10.09 Professor Shair Reading at Washington Sq Park, NYC

June 11, 2009

I love when fashion is subtle. Look at his bag. It’s so beautiful. IMG_3822

06.10.09 Ali in Washington Sq Park, NYC

June 11, 2009

I haven’t been to this part of the park since it’s been remodeled… it’s so beautiful and green. Check my flickr for more pictures!


06.08.09 Nathan on 20th St in Chelsea, NYC

June 9, 2009

Nathan grabbing lunch during his break at Cafe Grumpy.

Quick! Anyone want to be photographed?

June 8, 2009

Let’s set something up! I’d like to build an online portfolio. Thanks!

Email me: sarkis [at] towardstyle dot com

06.03.09 Kostya on Broadway in Soho, NYC

June 4, 2009

Simply put, Kostya seemed like a bad ass dude. The all white fit is risky business in a city like New York. It’s also risky (in my opinion) from a fashion-perspective. There is something inherently elegant about being able to pull it off though, even if it wasn’t the look he was going for. His beautiful leather bag carried his essentials; I have a pic of him digging through it — it’s pretty amazing if any one wants to see it. Who would think to wear white and blue Adidas with this outfit? I forgot to ask him where he’s from since he had a slight accent, but if it is in fact Moscow, it explains everything. Parts of Russia, but especially Moscow have proven to be only for the daring in terms of fashion. My parents tell me even during Communist rule, “Moscow was always different…” They had more fashion and art than anywhere else in the Republic. Was it somehow given a pass? It surely wasn’t about revenue… or was it? I don’t know enough about the history, perhaps one of you does. Any way, thanks go out to Kostya!





06.03.09 Genevieve in Soho, NYC

June 4, 2009

I ran into Genevieve on Prince St. Her mood was immediately striking. She had a calm and cool temperament that both complimented and contrasted the general mood of the environment. I spoke with her at the intersection of Prince and Lafayette, and because of the blaring sounds, our conversation was sort of brief and fragmented. She did mention that she’s from Montreal! Thank you, Genevieve.



p.s. I especially liked her shoes.