A June event I don’t miss.
Williamsburg waterfront in Brooklyn.
Food Flea Market is bustling.
Bright blue, cloudless sky.
I’m wearing this timeless shirt (I had just created it this season).
It was courageous.
20-something hipsters, art galleries, vintage shops and retro bowling alleys now populate where I remember growing up as, well, something entirely different.
Grilled corn on the cob fills my senses.
I love it. Come here to see the styles of the eclectic and brave.
“Dude,” a young man on a 1934 Streamline Aerocycle Schwinn bicycle slows as he passes. “I dig the shirt. Clean lines.”
Clean Lines Shirt (No. 3629). Designed in a pure linen, square weave fabric pre-washed for true softness, handmade in India. Short sleeves. Genuine mother-of-pearl buttons, natural white. Point collar with topstitching. Six buttons down center front placket, cuffed sleeves. Shirttail hem.
Men’s sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL.
Colors: Faded Red and Faded Green.