Charleston Fashion Week

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Last weekend, Zac and Clay flew into town from NYC to attend the ever-growing Charleston Fashion Week (CFW). We had an unbelievable time catching up with old friends and had the priveledge making many new ones. The majority of the week was centered around women's style, but when it came time for menswear, CFW knocked it out of the park this year by bringing in featured New York City designers, Todd Snyder and Carlos Campos. Both of these gentleman not only have incredible collections, but are ...
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Modern Essentials

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Last night we spent time with friends from GQ and H&M to celebrate the launch of H&M's Modern Essentials collection selected by David Beckham, which released today. Together, these pieces lay a foundation for the modern man to craft his wardrobe from. Here's a look at the way I styled Beckham's pieces for myself. All photographs by Mia Alvarez. ...
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The Brothers’ Perspective: A Day of New York Fashion Week

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Recently these southern boys had the privilege of taking over Kenneth Cole's Instagram for the first day of New York Fashion Week. Clay and I (Zac) chose our outfits utilizing only KC apparel. As KC is a primarily black and white inspired street-wear brand, we really enjoyed showing the versatility of the product by infusing our classic southern-roots style into the KC look. We attended a few shows throughout manhattan, enjoyed coffee and tea from Fika NYC, enjoyed an acoustic concert ...
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St. Cloud, FL in Black & White

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Over Christmas, Zac, Clay and I spent some quality time back in our hometown of St. Cloud, FL. It may not have much eye appeal, but it's history and culture is rich. Below are few shots I took of Clay in the historical downtown district...the streets we used to roam as kids. ...
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Environments and Colors

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Colors and environments can play a big part in the way I dress or piece outfits together. Naturally I tend to lean more towards neutral colors or earth tones, but it's fun to let your surroundings influence your style. A few weeks back I remember driving through one of the many beautiful areas in downtown Charleston and was blown away by some of the color palettes I saw, simply looking down the street or at the side of a bulidling. The next time I ventured back into downtown, I based my ...
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