Once upon a time, during the holidays, I worked in SoHo. And every now and then, I'd be fortunate enough to catch a few people on my way to and from lunch. I'm not gonna front like these photos are brand spankin' new or anything. Sorry but I hibernate in the winter. And between Sandy, relocating and changing jobs, I don't much have as much time to blog. But here I am now; coming up for air.
Heaven knows I got issues with my job but I picked up a couple pairs of colored jeans today. One of which are these mustard stained joints. Fatigued as I am from a day of work, these jeans paired with my sharp blue Pierre Cardin shirt is a pretty good scheme.
Every Memorial Day weekend in Brooklyn, the Dance Africa Festival at BAM serves as a sign that the summer has officially begun. This year I had the pleasure to introduce the festival to someone who had never been before and it really made me appreciate just how refreshing the experience is. It's an event vacuum sealed with freshness, good music, food, color, summer heat, summer rain, and friendly familiar faces. It was all like some of the best scenes from your favorite Spike Lee Joint. Enjoy.
Raye Six stole the show
Travis Gumbs of Street Etiquette in dapper casual.
Kadeem Johnson had rather cool aviator sunglasses.
Melinda was in perfect keep cool attire and her shoes a very nice touch.
Ruqayyah was easy to spot with her fun hair and effective African pattern top.
One of my favorite people in the world, Lyfe Silva showed just why she earns that title.
Adaku and her partner, Naima complimented each other so perfectly
and I don't even think it was intentional.
...and there I was. Captured by Derrel Anthony. Cheers