Aug 18

Street Style Huntress: Menswear

by Aldona Barutowicz · 0 comments

What I love about meeting cool and stylish people (aside from the obvious), is that they are usually more than willing to introduce you to their cool and stylish pals - which is exactly how I came to meet Adam Onulov.

I’m always on extra lookout for stylish men, so upon meeting Onulov, I knew that he needed to be in front of my lens, and soon! And there’s no better time than the summer to capture some seriously awesome street style - which in this case is classic, chic and completely on-point!

Oh yeah, and he’s an entrepreneur who just recently launched his own creative studio!

How would you describe your personal style? 

I would describe my style as tailored and timeless - but ALWAYS with some fun subtleties and details.

What are some of your influences when it comes to fashion? 

I love looking to more athletic inspirations. Cycling is a classic, sexy place to find inspiration. Otherwise, it’s all about trying to follow what’s going on around the world (ie. following The Sartorialist and taking notes whenever they capture the elegance at some of the men’s fashion week events).

What are some of your favourite Downtown YYC spots? 

I love Stephen Ave on a summer day. It doesn’t matter what time you’re there - you will always have a great time people watching.

What are some of your favourite trends right now? 

I’m loving cropped slacks! And the more sporty style you can pull off with a suit.

What fashion advice would you give to others? 

ALWAYS pay for something to fit your body right. If something fits off the rack, lucky you. Otherwise visit a tailor / seamstress.

Tell us more about the projects and work that you’re involved with. 

I’ve recently decided to venture out on my own in the architecture and design world. I’ll let the design speak for itself.

What are some of your future aspirations? 

In addition to establishing an architecture practice, I’d love to one day get into designing bikes and / or collaborating with a fashion designer.

How does your work influence your personal style?

In basically every way. I think how things manifest in fashion and architecture are ultimately different. But where the influence between the two comes into play is in the process, and the meticulousness in the details.

Anything you’d like to add or tell us about? 

It’s actually nice to finally see more well dressed men in this city 🙂

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