Murray Hill is one of the places where the 19th century NYC social elite chose to live, and is quite rich in architectural beauty and history. Thanks to strict zoning so much of the charm of the area has been preserved. Now it is a relatively quite place, almost a non-area, and not terribly popular, but it is right in the middle of New York City and affords easy access to all this amazing city has to offer. One of my great pleasures is taking my whippets Rupert and Nigel on a leisurely stroll to appreciate this splendid neighborhood.
I’m pictured here in front of J.P. Morgan’s imposing Italianate brownstone wearing a black linen denim jacket with black suede elbow patches by Gucci, Tom Ford shirt in lavender end on end cotton with french cuffs and contrast white collar, vintage moonstone cufflinks, pocket square in lavender cotton Glenn plaid by Tom Ford, white skinny jeans by Diesel, black patent leather belt with silver leather trim and grommets, and black, white and silver leather loafers both by Gucci.