04.05.12 by Jeff

The Way I Dress: Waris Ahluwalia

The Way I Dress: Mr. Waris Ahluwalia
I like this little film series of people getting dressed, by photographer Chris Floyd. The latest one features Mr. Waris Ahluwalia. (Vikram for Life Aquatic fans!)

“We have a certain amount of time here, on this planet. I’m not gonna waste any of it by dividing it up between work and then things that I enjoy. I’m gonna make all of it something I enjoy.”

Watch the mini film below!

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • a butler? really?

    • TOASTRANDER

      ya that bugs me… can’t he dress himself?

    • this is a staged video, i don’t think it represents what he does every morning

    • Josh

       that’s the first thing that I thought. But it did lend a certain aesthetic to the film. nice feel.

  • honestly just fantastic 

  • ahh glorious 

  • Lucifersiamsam

    darjeeling ltd anyone??? 

  • Michael

    Love the worn desert boots/sharp suit combo.

  • lepetitfaon

    ahhh precisely what I needed to hear as I set out to revamp my resume/apply to jobs today, actually copying that quotation down and hanging it up in my room! Also, I really did like the style and pace of this, very cool series!





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