You Have Broken The Internet

Whereas our first installment of “Sneakers in Your City” followed two hip-hop artists to their favorite spots in Seattle, episode 2 takes us to New York, where Ryan Plett—the photographer, consultant, and self-described “generalist” behind popular mood board blog You Have Broken the Internet—showed us the Big Apple through his own unique lens.

He also shot some damn fine looking photographs for us. Keep reading to watch a behind-the-scenes video, hear about five places to seek out in NYC, and get a closer look at fall footwear from The Sneaker Project, a curated selection handpicked by our buyers.

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Nordstrom Men’s Shop and EDIT magazine present ‘Exposure NYFW’—an unconventional vision of New York Fashion Week, shot on disposable cameras by industry insiders.

We’ll continue rolling out exclusive imagery from the project as it develops. Today’s photos come from Jeff Carvalho, the man behind Selectism and Highsnobiety. Follow Jeff’s various endeavors on Instagram at @jeffcarvalho.




 

Visit TheEditMag.com for more—and look for additional exclusive
photos here on Men’s Shop Daily in the days to come.

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Nordstrom Men’s Shop and EDIT magazine present ‘Exposure NYFW’—an unconventional vision of New York Fashion Week, shot on disposable cameras by industry insiders.

We’ll continue rolling out exclusive imagery from the project as it develops. Today’s photos come from Matt Perrone—a Chicagoan living in Brooklyn, and digital media manager at Sandbox Studio.



 

Visit TheEditMag.com for more—and look for additional exclusive
photos here on Men’s Shop Daily in the days to come.

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Nordstrom Men’s Shop and EDIT magazine present ‘Exposure NYFW’—an unconventional vision of New York Fashion Week, shot on disposable cameras by industry insiders.

We’ll continue rolling out exclusive imagery from the project as it develops. Today’s photos come from Grant Legan, a Chicago-based photographer and co-founder of The Niche.



 

Visit TheEditMag.com for more—and look for additional exclusive
photos here on Men’s Shop Daily in the days to come.

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Photographer Ryan Plett (you might recognize his Tumblr: You Have Broken The Internet), along with friend and GQ alum Sean Hotchkiss, have launched a new online magazine, simply titled EDIT.

Their inaugural project depicts New York City—in all its grit, majesty and weirdness during the recent events of Fashion Week—as envisioned by a rotating cast of industry insiders using Fuji 400 disposable cameras. Here, a sampling of the kind of imagery you’ll find at EDIT today and in the days to come, photographed and captioned by co-founder Ryan Plett.

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[Above: “An off-duty model at the Ovadia & Sons presentation—waiting for
her model boyfriend to finish the show, of course.”]


“NYC is always stunning at dusk. I think this was 20th, outside of a film lab.”


Nick Wooster posted up outside Lincoln Center. It was great to see Nick switching up his usual, dressed-up style for a more laid-back vibe this season.”


“What now seems to be the official ‘kickoff’ to my fashion week each season is the Todd Snyder presentation. A packed house, a great guy from Iowa (like myself), and of course a spectacular clothing line—what’s not to like?”


“Snapped this woman taking a break outside Milk Studios.”


“Something I love about fashion week is seeing how diversely my friends dress—and yet we all respect each other’s style.”

 

Visit TheEditMag.com for more—and look for additional exclusive
photos here on Men’s Shop Daily in the days to come.

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