Blogger, Ari Seth Cohen, has created a web page with an unusual theme: he seeks and finds in the streets of New York’s stylish and creative older people. Ari photographs older ladies and gentlemen and take their interview, as their guest. His project proves that the age and zest for life do not contradict each other, and the style develops over time.
“My 80-year-old friend Joyce said: <The real secret to good life – to be in love with life and appreciate what you have.> Since childhood, I was on friendly terms with her grandmother, she inspired me with their energy and wisdom. I wanted to show how much work, creativity and life in people like her, hoping to change the perception of <aging> in many people. “
From an interview with photographer Ruth. She is 100 years old. The interview was held after her workout. She said she was going to go on a cruise to Bermuda with her boyfriend. Her advice: “If you want to look good in 40 – start working on it at 20.”
This is Ruth
“This gentleman I met at the subway platform. I met him last year in a bright orange suit.”
He told me that he dresses up every day and carefully selects all the details, including socks. He is a fun of fashion for 35 years. There was an article about him in Esquire. You can feel the joy and charm of seeing him and his smile. “
“I like the way this man is dressed. Jeans and a coat, a classic hat and gloves. This is the perfect dress for the cold weather. “
“I met a designer Corey Lynn Calter and her team. During a dinner in the West Village, we had an idea. The team was inspired by the style and spirit of such a lady like Ilona Royce Smithkin, and we thought it would be real fun shoot session with her. It was a great idea. And another lady Mary agreed to take part in this project. These ladies with interest and pleasure introduced a collection of CLC: