N’East Illustrated, Vol. 43

The street styler photogs at GQ captured my friend Brian Davis on the streets during fashion week, looking handsome as always. If you’re ever in Brooklyn, don’t miss his shop, Wooden Sleepers.

Taylor Stitch’s new Fall Telegraph Collection is one for the books. Whether you have zero or ten suits in your closet, I strongly suggest picking up one of these crazy affordable, Portuguese-made, all-wool beauties.

Outdoor Voices is really blowing up with their performance-driven “recreationalist” clothing. No garish highlighter stripes or weird mesh panels here, OV makes minimal, effectively designed pieces that make sense.

Eidos Napoli Creative Director, and good friend, Antonio Ciongoli, never ceases to amaze, and his latest collection for the brand is one of his best yet. The Eidos team cast the models for their fashion week presentation in a rather non-traditional way. Adjit, illustrated above, is a cab driver in NYC!

Men, take note: grow your hair out a bit, swap out the polo for one of Buck Mason’s summer oxfords, tuck it in to some worn indigo jeans, and you’ll be good to go. Bonuses for driving a truck, having a dog, and going fishing on the reg.

To see more of Mitchell’s work, check out her portfolio site. You can also email her directly if you’re interested in having her draw something for you (very wise move).

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    Adjit is fly af