The Fashion Statement 1972 (a)
by Daniel D. Teoli Jr.
Vintage silver gelatin print left made in 1972 Agfa Brovira paper. Inkjet print made in 2012 on Hahnemühle Ultra Smooth Matte paper with an Epson 3880 printer on the right.
(a) He had worked in the fashion industry in NYC before becoming homeless. He said his pants were made from old drapes. He folded up the jacket he is leaning on to keep the outside clean to give a “good appearance” to the world. He was homeless, but he still had dignity.