Get Seen: Sam, Jason, Jessen, Jenna

... at Salmagundi's Speakeasy Anniversary Party

 


Photo: MELISSA OSTROW

Sam Kossack, teacher
He kept his look laid-back by topping off his cardigan, plaid button-down, and jeans with a Salmagundi hat and Converse sneakers.
His style sensibility is no fuss, no hassle. "I like to keep it casual."
The hat he's wearing is actually off the rack at the Salmagundi store, but it went pretty damn well with his outfit.
Though he doesn't have any particular style icons, he has been compared to Joseph Gordon-Levitt.


Photo: MELISSA OSTROW

Jessen Fitzpatrick, owner of Salmagundi
These days, he's calling his look "grandpa-chic" or "old-man fresh."
He wore a suede Stetson hat, a Salmagundi tie, a J.Crew cardigan, and Clarks shoes.
He may own a hat shop, but he's got style from head to toe: right now, he's really into rocking cowboy boots and layering cardigans over ties.
His style icon of the moment was a hat lover himself. "I'm really feeling Frank Sinatra right now."


Photo: MELISSA OSTROW

Jenna Weakland, teacher
We loved the way her orange scarf added a punch of color to a classic ensemble.
Hats are staples in her wardrobe, and she loves using a bold chapeau to change up her look. "If you can wear them, you should!"
She says that her style alternates between tomboyishly edgy and feminine.
Her must-have accessory for fall is a cozy scarf. "I adore them."


Photo: MELISSA OSTROW

Jason Wednesday Miller, DJ
We had to stop and chat because he really looked as if he belonged in a 1920s speakeasy.
He paired a pinstripe suit with a wool hat and perfectly groomed sideburns.
The just-rolled-out-of-bed look is not for him. "I like the classic gentleman - when people look put together."
The tie that he is wearing is vintage, but that's not all that makes it special: his mother gave it to him when he was 12. "It was my very first tie."