I love a good suit, that's a timeless men's armor, but to me, being able to switch it up every now and then is what truly defines your style. Before the dapper days it was always street style for me, it reflected my environment and the culture at the time. Remember Bape hoodies and Lil' Wayne mixtapes? And if you were from Miami you can't forget the Dickies shorts/pants, long tees and 305 fitted caps. Needless to say, street style has evolved since and as some of those basic remnants still exist, we now see technical approaches. The Babylon Cartel brand has perfected the aesthetic of what street style has always been and blended high fashion in the mix to create a culturally influenced brand that speaks to the urban streets and still can exist and prosper on the runway.  This polyester monochromatic padded short sleeve shirt has a rounded neckline and torso with perforated details and split seams along the bottom. I aim to have staple shirts to pull from the closet without the hassle of ironing and still being comfortable and stylish for city dwelling -- it saves me so much time. 

As a millennial it's empowering to see your peers thriving in the the culture and contributing to it tremendously. The Babylon Cartel brand was founded by DJ/Producer Gianni Lee, Art Director/Stylist Aaron Ramey and photographer Mark Wrice. Additionally, as you may have seen in my previous blog posts, my Puma R698 x Vashtie G are sneakers I keep in my street wear rotation because not only do they make a statement but they are the product of what the #CraftPerfecters of this century are putting out. 

Check out some flicks of a usual day for me in my favorite street style pieces as I creep from the glitz to the grit of Miami's corners. 


- Mister DeLaMont

Photos By: Joshua Smith of HARA Creative


Couldn't do a post without a little inspiration of what my mind seen from this collection of photos.