|Image from Advanced Style|
As the founder and editor of Advanced Style, a Sartorialist for the superannuated set, he chronicles the stylish and often eccentric get-ups of a crowd that’s largely ignored by the fashion system. “My eyes have always been drawn to older people,” said Cohen, 28. “And from a style point of view, I find them more interesting because they are of an age where they don’t have to impress anyone and can wear what they want.”I was so taken with the images of older men and women dressed beautifully and sometimes as outlandishly as a rapper or a disrespectful teen. The blog is just delightful. I for one have bookmarked the website and will follow it as faithfully as I follow Paris Breakfast, another favorite of mine. Both of these blogs lets the reader get a glimpse of the lives people living in cities where fashion reigns.
When I started this blog, I set out to bring value to the notion that being "ignored" by the fashion industry and those people that work in the interior design business is simply not good business. Every item of clothing or interior designed for retired people should not be centered around a wheel chair and a ramp!
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