Gardy St. Fleur wears an oatmeal cable knit and tweed hat — so classic.
Ty Green wraps up in shades of grey knits.
A man of many layers piles on multiple amazing knits.
In full-on grandpa style, Lawrence Pearson wears a cardigan with tucked scarf.
This entire look: hat, button-down sweater and satchel is pure “paper boy.”
Chad Harris stands tall in a high-collared, marled knit sweater with draw strings.
Mambu Bayolt is effortlessly cool in a layered pullover sweater and feathered fedora.
Kazz Laiden goes classic in a beige knit pullover and Clark’s Wallabees.
This knit sweater, hoodie hybrid Ludget Delcy wears takes classic elements like the toggle buttons and Fair Isle pattern and updates it.
This chunky Nordic-style knit is absolutely timeless.
Carl Ayers blends well in a marled grandpa-style cardigan.
Jarret B wears this single-button stand-up collar with style.
A Fair Isle knit mixed with plaid then topped with a bow tie is Funfere Konoye’s definition of style.
Dennis Bodden is casually cool in a V-neck cardigan in Brooklyn, New York.
Roy Simeon shows New York swag topping his elbow patched sweater with a Yankee fitted.
Llamar Brison adds his own flavor to the quintessential school boy look in this sweater vest.
In true Cosby style, Steven Onoja wears a waffle knit paired with khaki’s.
Alec Lomami mixes and matches his Fair Isle button-up.
This pullover is a unique color combination and Byrd wears his stripes well.
Ludget Delcy’s patchwork knit gives this cardigan a vintage vibe. Loving the plaid mash-up.
Ger Duany’s ribbed zip-up is a wardrobe staple.
Chad Harris in New York City.
Terry Messenger in New York City.
Danjuma Carter in New York City.
Asif Khadir in New York City.
Meech Gold in New York City.
Steve Brathwaite in New York City.