When San Francisco-based graphic designer Kevin Roberson went into business for himself, he knew he needed something to set himself apart. And, being a man who loves clothes (it is no coincidence that his portfolio includes work on the web site for The Armory, Hong Kong's newest men's store), it occurred to Kevin that wearing a necktie in a profession dominated by men in black turtlenecks and denim trousers might do the trick. It seems to have worked.
Kevin is found in tailored clothing four days a week, dividing his time about evenly between casual suits and odd jackets. In the photos he is wearing a tan silk and linen 3 roll 2 odd jacket tailored by Napoli Su Misura, light gray trousers and suede oxfords. With a necktie, of course.