Hi everyone! It’s been quite a while since my last post. I’ve been very busy with a slew of projects that unfortunately this had to be put on the back burner for the time being. I’m excited to continue sharing my thoughts, ambitions, and random musings with all of you.

With that said I’m proud to present  this preview of a collaborative shoot with my friend the talented Jeffrey Baum, Fading In The Wait. I’m absolutely enamored with the images we produced. Stay tuned for the full story, coming soon!
Teaser poster for Fading In The Wait; a fashion story by Sandoval Gomez and Jeffrey BaumTo view some of Jeffrey’s stunning work go to www.jeffreybaum.net


Luxe leather accents and garments ranging from dual-fabric blazers to jackets and trousers in an undeniable 80s aesthetic that only Robert Geller could do was the name of the game for the designers namesake Fall Winter 2011 collection.  Opting for a relatively minimal color scheme the collection has an overall monotone feeling. However, Geller–being something of a sensualist–incorporates just the right touch of  texture from studs to raw-edged silk scarves to finish off the look. Definitely the best New York Fashion Week has had to offer.

For more images from the runway show visit the Style.com website.

The latest from new wave online magazine The Ones 2 Watch is an editorial that combines all that is fashion and pop art alike to create a visual orgasm. This is what modern day art is truly all about. Here are a few of the images from the spread.

To view the full editorial go to The Ones 2 Watch website.

Photography: Lukasz Zietek
Styling: Magda Bryk
Model: Filip Jankowski @ AMQ
Graphics: Agnieszka Zuzanna Gasior

The NYC-based British designers of Rag & Bone went back to their roots for a Duke of Windsor-inspired collection for Fall Winter 2011.  And though classic textiles like tweed where prominent one thing that wasn’t lacking was a truly bonafide NYC street credibility.  Dapper suits and coats mixed with eagle embroidered baseball jackets made for a modern take to what would otherwise be a much outdated look.  Wide trousers and cropped leather jackets with fur details added a dash of luxe. However, the stand out pieces hands down have to be the few kilts that snuck into the mix. The added pops of electric blue and mustard yellow really solidify the look and bring into modern day–definitely worthy of the streets of NYC.

images courtesy of Dazed Digital.

Stay tuned for more from New York Fashion Week!

This fashion film by Gareth Pugh consist of six elaborate outfits that shine in gold and cobalt blue–two things that are way out of the monochromatic and minimalist designer. A few pieces in wet suit-like neoprene, high collars and angular tails keep the classic Pugh aesthetic. With ancient Italian architecture and religious iconography as the source of inspiration, the film exudes a decadence and artistry that captures the true essence of fashion.

Portrait, lifestyle and reportage photographer, Emli Bendixen, makes even the most gloomy and mundane settings beautiful. These atmospheric landscapes exude a sense of angst and wonder enough to inspire even the most detached soul yearn for one last mortal breathe of cold, brisk air. I love how slight flares of light give the images just enough warmth.

Images from Dazed Digital

for more on Emli Bendixedn and her work go here

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