As the thermostat inches up, the coats come off and men display their sartorial elegance in suits both retro and up-to-the-minute. Text and photos by Karen Rempel.

Gregory Chapman caught my eye taking in the rays of the afternoon sun and looking fantastic at our favorite British men’s footwear originator, Jeffery-West on Christopher Street. Gregory exudes the confidence that proves, “Clothes (and shoes) make the man.”
Arthur Orson Louissaint, Esq., partner at Louissaint & Laskin Law, was seen here on his way to drop his child at daycare and then spend a day litigating elegantly for his clients. A West Village resident and former DA prosecutor, Arthur is also a passionate pianist and calligrapher.
George Vetrano provides private finance and loan consultation in the real estate and entertainment industry. After 35 years in NYC, and years in LA as well, George has settled in Tucson to be near his family, where he rocks the latest suits from New York against a new backdrop.
Prince Adekoya is always elegant, and especially as captured here, on his way from making an appearance at a fundraiser for the Arab African American Women’s Leadership Council at the Nigerian Embassy. Mr. Adekoya founded the Skadek line of men’s “royal fashion,” including clothing, hats, and shoes.

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