NY Closets: Edward Barsamian
Edward Barsamian is Vogue.com’s Style Editor, which means he perfectly embodies that image of a New Yorker running around town attending work lunches and events, defying logic by looking really, really good every single day. He’s the kind of person you wonder about when you pass him on the street: Who is he? Where is he going? Can I come?
I don’t need to convince you he has taste. Please see job title. And above slideshow, whereby he documented a week’s worth of outfits for us. He mixes proportions (he makes an oversized sweater with tight pants look like the least “college” outfit ever) and materials (cropped leather jacket plus leggings is a yes please) and he’s not afraid to drain the color out of the whole thing (all white and beige, so good). He just looks great.
Feast your eyes above!
P.S. Keep your eyes peeled for more closets this week! On the heels of Fashion Week, it sounded nice to dial back on runway for a minute and binge on real life closets. Doesn’t that sound cooler than a cucumber? I’ll assume you just said yes and am glad you agree because we’ll be running a new person from our closet series every single day this week. See you there!)