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ColdEyedPugilist

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Summer in the Southern Hemisphere...
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I was asked by my photographer to accompany him while he shot for a new client in the Financial District. We were outdoors for 3 hours in a -12 degree Celsius wind chill. Afterwards, he snuck in some shots of me. As evident from these pictures, I couldn't feel my face. Genetically, I'm Norwegian, but grew up in a Spanish desert called Seville. Photographer, however, is Jamaican and this is his first winter in Canada. I told him to beware of February because for January, this is still rather tame.

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The sun is shining, periodically, in NYC, and it is seasonably cold, but not overly so.

Today's suit was literally the next in line on the rod, although more suited to warmer temperatures, and not, perhaps, my wisest suit purchase, as the trouser legs are tapered in ways that my large calves are not - the honeyed words of my salesman at Stuart's (and the suit's sale price, most likely) overtook my critical faculties. However, I do like the fabric pattern, which is usually my Achilles heel when it comes to clothing purchases.

Suit - Paul Stuart/Phineas Cole
Shirt & cufflinks - Trywhitt
Tie, braces, and face mask - New & Lingwood
Pocket square - Ashear
Shoes - Carmina, via the Armoury, NYC
Overcoat - Joseph Abboud
Scarf - Paul Stuart
Hat - Saks Fifth Avenue house brand

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This typically would be a summer outfit but as it's a balmy 71F in my apartment I figure there's no harm.
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Suit: Kiton cotton/cashmere/silk
Shirt: Sid Mashburn chambray
Tie: Hardy Amies madder
Square: unlabeled silk
Belt: Tyrwhitt
The tie is vintage, no idea from when. Here's the label:
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