Following the success of the recent "The jazzy and dapper Dario Smith" article in the SF Chronicle I was contacted the same day by the lovely Jennie Butler of hoodline.com. Hoodline is a hyper local publication based in San Francisco that has larger network of blogs and writers that cover all of the neighborhood news in San Francisco.
One of my favorite notions about this particular write up is the Q/A section. I like Q/A's because it always reminds me of my mission. I'm always honest and my answer is always the same but in this particular interview I was able to give a brief history as to how I came to my ideas about presentation, and the events that lead me to my revelation.
There is one particular part of the interview that says "He curates most of his outfits from thrift shops and older family members..." I've never gotten clothes from older family members (even though I wish I had) mainly because those who had admirable, classic style passed way before my time of appreciation for it. HUGE Kudos to Jennie and the Hoodline team for the feature!
Here's an ode to the future to end on: