FEATURING Polo Ralph Lauren pieces for Zalando.
Morning guys! Today we have the second part of my Polo Ralph Lauren for ZALANDO collaboration pictures! In the first half I gave you guys a look at how I took the team around New York City to some of my favorite spots and now I’ll share the last few. The Flat Iron district is such a quintessential New York area that it has magic in the air whenever you’re near. From the old Flat Iron building itself to the the surrounding stores, pop-up markets and of course Madison Square Park it doesn’t get more authentic than this. I took the team up about a month ago to experience the afternoon culture of bustling lunch-time crowds and art installations in full effect. They went ahead and also got a lot of cool video footage that’s featured in the reel below, make sure to check it out again if you haven’t already. I was wearing a white shirt, black trousers, round sunnies and a vintage-looking varsity jacket for a casual and confident look.
After we conquered the classic shots with the building + taxi present we immediately took to the famous park that I can confidently say is the second most popular park after Central Park. Madison Square Park boasts new art installations every year, now offers Shake Shack (beware the line), doggy parks and plenty of shaded places to sit an relax. I told the team it was one of my favorite parks for these variety of reasons, even when It comes to working out! You’ll see quite a few runners and athletic individuals which is why we chose to shoot the final and fourth look there in that setting. unfortunately the sportswear didn’t make the cut onto ZALANDO but we still wanted to show you the pictures anyway. make sure to check out our page HERE to shop all the other looks and check out the interview video 🙂
You know I always say it, but do you finally believe NYC is my favorite city ever?
Big thanks to Polo Ralph Lauren & Zalando for giving me this opportunity to take you folks around, in my element and being able to sport your awesome threads along the way. There’s really no place like home.
photos: Nick pierce