This awesome apartment is from the king of men’s street style; Nick Wooster! This man is exactly the type I look up to and I’ve spotted him many times on The Sartorialist. Wooster was men’s fashion director at Bergdorfs and Neimans and now works as a free agent and fashion consultant in New York. He attends many fashion weeks, is an Internet Style Icon and a fashion role model. Not only his interior reflects his out-there identity, it’s an inspirational heaven for fashion lovers.

The fashion apartment, what I’m calling it, is situated in West Village and decorated with multiple closets, accessories and eye-catching decoration. Wooster’s whole apartment breaths fashion and although his style doesn’t completely fit mine, I really adore his place – also I wouldn’t mind having a drink with the man 🙂 A grateful man with an unique style, ‘swagger’ and a pulled together interior; what’s not to love !

Have a look and get inspired by Nick Wooster’s identity which is partly captured in his fashion apartment!

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“I really can’t describe my interior design aesthetic—it’s exactly the same as getting dressed. It starts with a respect for history, understanding some basic rules, then breaking them, or at least disrespecting them somewhat. And you can never go wrong with grey.” – Nick Wooster

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// “There are no stories behind my tattoos… I just like the way they look

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// “Three staples every man should own: a grey flannel suit, black and brown brogues and a brown 1” alligator belt with a sterling plaque buckle.”

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I wouldn’t completely trade wardrobes, although I would definitely trade some shoes and sunglasses! Swag’ on!

Earlier I featured Ben Watts, who’s apartment reflected his outrageous identity too.

Photos and story via The Coveteur