Outside Looking In
I grew up in a place where your clothes defined who you were.
My hometown was a small city just outside of New York. It was a place that was just cheap enough to live and just expensive enough to have a few high-end stores.
Everyone in the city had an above average household income—this, coupled with the low cost of living and presence of high fashion, meant that everyone who was anyone dressed well.
This photoseries is a critique of the superfluous lifestyle that the people of my hometown maintain.