Odds are you've seen a picture of Nick Wooster on the internet. Dude is a mainstay of the streetstyle blogs and it's not hard to see why. Wooster, the Men's Fashion Director of Neiman Marcus Group Services (Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman), is pretty much the definition of a sartorial badass. I see him as a more accessible version of Philip Crangi in that Wooster, while exhibiting the same level of flat out ruggedness, adds tailored pieces and does away with some of Cragi's sartorial frivolity to keep his looks actually wearable. I would surmise that Wooster's diverse look is very much grounded in his equally diverse professional pedigree. Stints at John Bartlett, Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein seem to have shaped Wooster's rugged, yet tailored aesthetic. Overall, he serves as a deadly serious example of a dude finding his style sweet spot, straight up killing it on the reg and getting yo' beard game tight.
[Pictures courtesy of The Sartorialist, GQ and this new thing called Google.]