According to his Neatly Collected blog's home page, Jordon Stone is a "sartorial enthusiast, maker, writer and style liker."  All of which is right on, in my opinion, along with a bit of Les Misérables’ Eddie Redmayne thrown in for good measure. Jordon’s a guy who pays attention to detail and has the ability to wear clothes and not let them wear him.  He’s perfect for the modern skinny suiting and style that’s clean-lined and well-fitted.  And he's overall a tailored, dapper, young man of our time, with a hip personality to match his look.  I have a feeling you’re going to enjoy getting to know him.


Name/age:   Jordon Stone, 21


About Me:  "I just love doing sh*t. Between wearing a suit at ritzy events in Sarasota and being covered in mud and shocked with live wires at the last two Florida Tough Mudder events, I find a way to fill up my time somehow. I am a media fanatic, and huge movie, comic book, and music trivia geek. I love riding bikes, running, cardio-kickboxing, and listening to '80s hardcore punk rock and classic jazz.  As a Ringling College of Art and Design senior, I have gotten to learn with and work with some of the coolest people around. I also run a men's style blog and I pretty much just talk about PR, Batman and occasionally rap music on my Twitter."


What I Do:   "When I am not donning a cape and mask for late night vigilantism, I work in the PR department at Ringling College. I work with the press, help organize events, and represent the school. Like I said, I get to work with the coolest artists and businesspeople, and for the last two years I helped with the Illest of Illustration, Trustee Scholars, and TedxSarasota events. I also spend my time doing freelance social media consulting and styling for photo shoots."


What I'm Wearing:

Pants: Joseph Abboud

Shoes: Aldo

Shirt: Suit Supply

Broken button on shirt: Courtesy of my dry cleaner

Jacket: Levi's

Belt: Express

Pocket Square: Century 21

Glasses: Ray Ban Erickas

Beard: Years of red meat consumption.

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