Chatter: The Sartorialist

12.10.2008

By Seth Plattner

"I hate to keep bringing up the idea of 'abstract inspiration' but this
is a perfect example of how to be inspired by a vague concept of
proportion (or color, or mix of genres or whatever) instead of being
blinded by the reality of how something appears."

-- The Sartorialist, Scott Schuman, commenting on a man he photographed wearing a shrunken button-down shirt as a cardigan.

"I hate to keep bringing up the idea of 'abstract inspiration' but this
is a perfect example of how to be inspired by a vague concept of
proportion (or color, or mix of genres or whatever) instead of being
blinded by the reality of how something appears."

-- The Sartorialist, Scott Schuman, commenting on a man he photographed wearing a shrunken button-down shirt as a cardigan.

Tags: Truman Says
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