Rock Shic: Proletariat Poses

Posted on: April 5th, 2013 at 11:05 am by
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[Photo: Rock Shic]It has certainly been a harsh winter – and I think I speak for all of us when I say that we are all totally over the cold and ready to embrace Spring. Thankfully, last weekend gave us a taste of what’s to come.

I caught up with young Walter here, artist and stylist, on the corner of Delancey and Chrystie. His striking features alone were enough to make you do a double-take, though it was ultimately his proletariat chic-ensemble that totally made me compelled to capture his street style (love the knit hat btw – perfect balance of colors). “I never know what to wear now,” he laughs quietly (he’s shy!). I don’t disagree, while during the day we could be strolling along in a T-shirt, in the evenings a trench becomes a definite must, it’s positively San Francisco weather. Lucky for Walter, he’s got both – and some swagger to match!

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[Photo: Rock Shic]-Written by Rock Shic

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