"I used to only wear vintage clothes because I thought contemporary designers didn't pay enough attention to the comforts, style and swagger of the modern man. Certainly not like they do for the ladies. Designers of yesteryears had more discerning senses of detail, form and choices of fabrics. However, in recent years, designers have stepped their game up considerably, and I've been finding myself pleasantly surprised at what is offered for the urban man. I can combine vintage and modern looks, and so long as I can drop kick a buster for looking at my daughter funny, and still feel classy drinking an espresso in what I'm wearing, it's all gravy...And Chloé, well she loves patterns and anything that moves when she spins around." Chloé can be seen as a model for Mara Hoffman's new kid's apparel.
Daud Sturdivant Vintage western shirt, Ralph Lauren espadrilles, Juma pants, SEE shades // Chloé head to toe American Apparel.
Daud's music alias is under the name Yungtouch, & his stylings can be described as Tropical House or Trap Tropics, and Lo-fi Rapso. He has always been very submersed in percussion, currently drawing influences from Soca, Jùjú and Soweto styles. A new project he recently co-created is a production duo with a friend, Josh Hoisington, named "Tournament". Tournament produces for artists and vocalists as well as commercial work for licensing. Daud's favorite "go -to's" for listening pleasure, currently are, Cashmere Cat, Run the Jewels (El-P and Killer Mike), Future Islands, Onra, Dyro and Hudson Mohawke.