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Birthday en Noir

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Two weeks ago I moved to Brooklyn, NY. After 14 years in Atlanta, I wanted to discover a new city and see what opportunities arose. From doing summer leadership programs at Columbia University, Interning in college at Bloomberg LP, and my most recent client visits, I already had a taste of the Big Apple, and now it was time for me to get more into the core. [...]

The Panama Hat

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Physically in Atlanta, mentally in Panama...  Besides just being a cool hat, the Panama Hat actually has an even cooler story. It was originally named the "Panama Hat" when president Theodore Roosevelt wore it on his first trip to the Panama Canal in the early 20th Century, somewhere around 1915. Since that time, with it's lightweight, handwoven const[...]

The Power Suit

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My favorite show for the last 2 years has been Power.  To me, the show represents the essential balance between the street and corporate business world. To master this, we must understand The Power Suit. While my product is different, as a Branding Entrepreneur, much like the show's lead character, James St. Patrick (AKA Ghost) played by Omari Hardwick, I[...]

Modern Luxury Interiors Atlanta Garden

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Had the pleasure to attend Modern Luxury Interiors Atlanta Magazine's private Garden Party launch this past Thursday at a residence in North Atlanta. We were greeted as we walked in to the sweet serenade of a violin trio by fresh florals, then walked through the main living area to the poolside bar and garden where we enjoyed most of our time.  There [...]

Lightweight Linen Check

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Gotta have a lightweight linen check for summer. Every once in a while I go with loose-fitting linen, but I mostly like my linen tailored, sleek and somewhat close to the body. It doesn't flow as much, but it's way less boxy. Shirt by Suit Supply | Pants by John Varvatos | Shoes by Hugo Boss Cheers, Champagne Jesse

Fatigue Finish.

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Stayed with earth the colors/tones, but tried my best to make this look my own with garments by Banana Republic, Zara and dressed it up with wingtip shoes by Hugo Boss. Your stylistic imprint should always be bigger than the trend.