Saturday, April 30, 2011

Slim Fit Street Fashion

Friday, April 29, 2011

"Lotus Eaters" best of the best at Tribeca

I got to meet one of the stars of "Lotus Eaters" Cynthia Fortune Ryan at the Premier down in the East village.  The film is all about Fashion, Drugs, Sex, and Love, everything Shervin's world stands for. So when I told Cynthia about this blog she jumped at the opportunity to pose for me and how emphatically she did just that! Great film one of my favorites so far this year!  Everyone needs to go and see this!

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Street SweePa

Lady Street Class

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

INTROducing Model of the week

Summer Time Heat

Monday, April 25, 2011

Stone-Fashion the NEW ERA

walking on Elm Street

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Satnight Fever with red hot Flash Fashion

Saturday, April 23, 2011


Friday, April 22, 2011

Fashion from the 7seas

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Fashion Lights Wed. 16th st.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

INTROducing Model of the year.

Ladies and Gentlemen we all need to step up our game!

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Tuesday SWAG Edition

Man keeps Christ close to heart!

As seen here Petey Pablo keeps fashion and God Very Close To His Heart! With an antique vintage Moses  cane sported so elegantly with his life size Jesus piece hanging like Kate Moss's million dollar neckless, Petey has got it going on! Kanye West Watch out... Petey wants a word with you!

Monday, April 18, 2011

Monday Fashion; NYC

Friday, April 15, 2011

Fri- DAYTIME good to see you in Fashion men

Union Square Men

Thursday, April 14, 2011

WED. Fashion Lights NoHo + East Village

Tues. Fashion East Village Soho

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Man Has deep awakening in response to "Kanye West, POP icon or Living GOD?"

Zach Rubenfeld, trusted friend, Kanye West journalist, profound thinker, was so inspired by the latest article on Shervin's World regarding Kanye West's Godliness (which by the way is hitting the international internet market and spreading like wild fire) that Mr. Rubenfeld had this to say about Kanye West...
"I could not agree more with Sherv in regards to the media’s and general public’s failure to acknowledge Kanye’s strikingly godly image. We spend a lot of time ridiculing him for his ego and his lashing out at awards shows, ultimately failing to recognize that at the heart of all these outbursts and indulgences is not a godly complex but a god himself. Below is a chronology of events that sheds some interesting light on Sherv’s perspective:
Phase 1: The Resurrection:
Kanye survives a car accident that should have instantly killed him. You can just look at the pictures of his face after the accident in his video for “Through the Wire,” and get a sense of how insane that car accident really was. He was producing and recording hits before the crash and after it he came back even stronger. With “Through the Wire,” Kanye channels his outer body experience and enlightening transformation through a powerful song of tragedy and triumph. Speaking not only with his jaw wired shut, but also with a second chance at life, fame, fortune, and power, Kanye begins to emerge as the god of pop music, a title that can later be inferred to his reference that Michael Jackson is indeed dead in his song, “All of the Lights.”
Phase 2: Jesus Walks:
The title of the track speaks for itself. Kanye makes two different videos for the powerful song that suggests that Jesus or he in fact still walks amongst the people. When trying to land a recording contract, he would literally jump up on tables in front of record executives and sing and dance to “Jesus Walks.” Watch the two videos if you have not seen both to try and see the light Kanye is trying to depict himself in.
Phase 3: Touch the Sky:
The second track off his sophomore album illustrates how Kanye will stop at nothing in both music and art until he has ascended to a godly throne in the sky. Kanye titled his first tour, “Touch the Sky,” and for the “Glow in the Dark” tour, he would sign off with the song.
Phase 4: The Fall:
“My biggest pain in life is that I will never be able to see myself perform,” is what Kanye told his fans at a VH1 Storytellers performance. With these types of comments, Kanye was not only sharpening his ego and confidence in his craft, but also trying to distance himself from the rest of humanity. Kanye constantly wants to be looked at in a unique light and seems to never shy away from an opportunity to highlight his distinctive talents. In addition, Kanye’s interruption of Taylor Swift at the VMA’s signified a big boost in his overall dooshbag rating, but to Kanye, it represented a moment to speak out about what was wrong with the music and art medium he was helping to transform and rule over.
Phase 5: The Second Coming:
Kanye resurrects his image with the release of arguably the greatest pop album of all time. In the opening track, “Dark Fantasy,” Kanye asks his fans “Can we get much higher?” again referring to reaching some enlightened point of philosophical and artistic transcendence. “Lost in the World,” testifies to Kanye being lost in a world that does not believe in his might, a world that “forces him to turn to stone,” (Runaway Video) and remain stagnant as an artist and musician. The album’s artwork, tracks, and videos relate to God’s creation of the world in some sense; in the beginning God made light and darkness, and following in his footsteps, Kanye crafted an album that is overwhelmingly disturbing and unbelievably beautiful. With lyrics like “Have you ever had sex with a pharaoh, I put the p**sy in a sarcophagus, Now she complaining that I bruise her esophagus,” Kanye describes a dark, twisted, yet beautiful opportunity to have sex with a godly figure who can physically and emotionally overwhelm you. As Sherv suggested in his original posting, the lyric might be suggestive of Kanye’s attempt to equate his powers in the music game to those belonging to a transcendental being.
In retrospect, this posting and level of analysis might appear ridiculous, but at the same time a musician and artist like Kanye deserves some ridiculous attention and scrutiny. Although I love his work and dedication to his craft, I in no way believe that Kanye is a god; however I do think it is important for everyone to start asking themselves whether Kanye’s “ego” is really just a screwed up analysis on all of our parts. An important question we should be asking ourselves is whether Kanye sees himself as someone who is beyond failure and human scrutiny? Is Kanye beyond a realm of human comprehension?"

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Best Beer Commercial ever!

So classy, so elegant, so sexy! I wanna live the mood!

Monday, April 11, 2011

Monday Fashion; Long Island City, Noho

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Kanye West, POP icon or Living GOD?

Much has been made of the disruptive and ego-centered behavior of Kanye West.  The whole Taylor Swift episode, the baby tantrums that are all over youtube, his breakdown on live television saying President Bush doesn't care about black people (maybe he's got a point) have all been well documented.  Kanye West might be the current Michael Jackson to the Pop world, however are we underestimating Mr. West's True calling?  Is Kanye West our current living and breathing God?
Lately Mr. West can be seen patrolling Noho with his classic Wafers, and diamond studded Versace Jacket.  The other day I saw a fan approach Kanye right on Houston St. screaming, crying, crawling and as Kanye passed her he simply took his hand and placed it ever so gently on her head. She instantly combusted right there in the middle of Manhattan, this twenty-two year-old girl just blew up!  I was quite puzzled by this development but thought, "hey its NY!"
While up to my neck in a Palmolive bubble bath it became incredibly clear that Kanye's powers are not being well documented, and as a blog writer, I need to inform the pop world about what is happening in our backyard! Kanye West may very well be the next coming.  I sat for hours that night and listened ever so closely to each one of Mr. West's wizardly put together tracks, over and over again. I even played some of the songs backwards for any secret messages.  I was blown away with what I found.  In one of  his latest hit single "Monster" Kanye delivers a poetic but puzzling line, "Have you ever had sex with a pharaoh, I put the Pussy in a sarcophagus, now she claiming I bruised her esophagus." Powerful Words at first glance but with a closer look we can see what Kanye is trying to tell us. We can see that Kanye  is asking a women if she has ever had sex with a pharaoh, and the Egyptians believed their pharaohs were living Gods.  So why would Kanye ask this unless he knew he himself was a Pharaoh? This question rang around in my head for hours until it became very apparent that if in fact Kanye is a living God can my human mind comprehend this. If Kanye is in fact a greater power than human beings, then I would never be able to come close to rationalizing his immortal behavior, and at the point of surrender I felt great relief in turing my life, will and understanding over to the care of Mr. West. Kanye West is the living and breathing savior!

International HipsterTops

The guy is from East Village right out side Mud Coffee on 9th st.  While the girl is from Rome in Trastevere.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

SAT. Mens fashion Lower East Side

Friday, April 8, 2011

it gets sticky down here

Love the life down-low and in NY we are uniquely subjected to a whole world of fun stuff in our ever evolving subway stations... so here are a few photos I thought were interesting that I took this last week... if you have some good ones send them to me and if I like em I'll put em up!
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