2 - 26 - 11 Walking on Fifth Ave. in the 40's, along came Wilfred, who said I photographed him before and easy to know why, when dressed very stylish. This time he wore a knit skull cap, a knit beige vest with a black heavy sweater under it, black scarf around his neck. His jophur-like jeans were rolled up at the bottoms and wore a white leather belt around his waist. Also, on Fifth Ave. this good-looking guy had on a jean jacket, black sweater under it, gray scarf around his neck and black leather pants. He wore large sunglasses and his hair was stylized, chopped up look with bits of hair sticking up at the top. He looked cool. Right after him and standing near Starbucks was a Japanese guy, whose white bangs were sticking out from under his black skull cap, looking very modern-like, especially with the silver hoop nose ring. His gray criss-crossed, loose sweater, hung out of his short, black leather bomber jacket. Wore tight black jeans and a black scarf around his neck. On East 53rd St., approaching me was Faisal, from Pakistan, looking very sharp and together, wearing bell-bottom jeans and a suede, patchwork jacket with bell-bottom sleeves and looked hand-made. He had a beige scarf tucked neatly into the collar of the jacket and wore a knit cap, which showed off his eyes and a patch of hair under his lip, along with the dimple in his chin. The guy with punkish blond hair was standing outside a bar on 2nd Ave. His rhinestone belt bucket on his jeans caught my eye, along with the aviator sunglasses.