A work of art is an adventure of the mind.
I have always been fascinated by art, and a travel inspired lifestyle that took me to many cities and streets showcased that talent does not need to be confined to a canvas. I found inspiration and art on roads, signs, walls, even on food and drinks. Which is why when I get the opportunity to wear someone’s art, I’m always thrilled. Feeling pink, as most guys should, especially in progressive times in need of resistance, I opted for a street style inspired look with the pink of a flamingo’s plumage an artist’s work on it, strutting the streets of Philadelphia with the ethereal Moda Ninja. Which brings me to Print All Over Me (PAOM).
I ordered this tank from Print All Over Me (PAOM), a fantastic platform that brings digitally printed outfits to reality with a host of collaborations from artists to musicians to scientists to retailers. An online retailer with enough sass and whimsy for the most discerning of people, like me! The site is the perfect place to get anything you wish for, and pair it in wild, wacky and different ways. Focused on sustainable fashion giving fair wages and health benefits to studio employees in Shanghai, the charitable element was most humble too. Shop here, and use SOURABH for 15% off!
My outfit was the mesh tank from Wacky Wacko, peachy pink with ‘wig hideaway’ and other whimsical stories all over it. I paired it with my Berksha distressed shorts by day and Diesel skinny jeans by dusky nightfall, Creative Recreation sneakers, and a host of accessories and jewelry, my main penchant, with Dior sunglasses that I intermediately swapped out for Alice and Olivia ones. Funniest of all was a parasol umbrella from Alice and Olivia!
There was also a matching neoprene clutch, which is so handy in its iPad pro size that fits anything that doesn’t fit into a guys skinny jeans pockets.