Mr.Ramírez: Orange is The New Black

Jacket and loafers from Zara. Oxford shirt and trousers from H&M. Michael Kors messenger bag. Ray-Ban shades.

Yes it is! Orange is the new black… at least during October were everything turns into this color. Seeing it on pumpkins, candies, beers, trees and Halloween decorations all over the city inspires me to wear it. I was looking into my wardrobe and I noticed that I didn’t have any piece in this hue. #FAIL. So I did a retail therapy kind of thing and looked for something fallish and pumpkinlicious. I found this cool dark camel jacket with orange sleeves and a Michael Kors camo messenger bag that definitely put me back on trend for the month. #WIN!!! I paired with an oxford light blue shirt, skinny chinos and comfy suede loafers. Smart details always complement the look. Even though it was obvious that ginger wasn’t my favorite tone, I suddenly started to like October’s favorite one!

Photos: Ale Poveda 


Editorial: Bianca

Stylist: Christian Ramírez 
Photos: Ale Poveda 
Hair & Make Up Alondra M. Anaya for LondyMakeUp
Model: Bianca Hepburn at Ford Models NY


Mr.Ramírez: Brooklyn

Sweater from H&M. Shirt and trousers from Zara. Socks and printed shoes from Aldo. Shades from Oakley. 

Colors and patterns continuously inspire me, especially the ones you can see in NYC. The other day I went to Williamsburg and walked around Bushwick, a hipster neighborhood full of graffiti’s, cultural ethnic references and thrifts stores that define fashion diversity as I like… a magic potpourri of street style. I’m totally bound to that because I love to be eclectic with my personal style. So I decided to create an outfit based on this funky scenario. This is the look: graphic cool sweater shirt, polka-dots and animal print shoes...YES! Power mix and match all the way. My style goes from preppy boy to urban casual but always with a fun unusual touch. Visiting Brooklyn is always exciting and adventurous, especially because you can find unexpected beauty in every corner. That makes me happy!

Photos: Ale Poveda