The push towards the death of street style (or perhaps its a lampooning of people who dress solely in the hope of appearing in a street style snap) continues to find champion in GQ. Recently there was an essay mocking a large part of what gets photographed, now there’s a guide to help gentleman get photographed in the forthcoming. Laden with ridicule the guide promises to teach you “five style innovations” to help a gent navigate “the fiercely competitive, man-eat-man world of street style.”
From the neck tie as bow tie to the ‘through the back door’ (not as rude as it promises to be, alas), it’s probably only the ‘sock-it square’ that has any sartorial merit. Accidentally, of course.
You can see the full guide here.