In this episode, Nick Wooster shares his Photographic Memory: the images of Bruce Weber he admired in magazines as a teenager.
Nick Wooster is a fashion consultant based in New York City. His career reads like a who’s who of fashion with over 30 years working for Barney’s New York, Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren – spanning retail, buying and design.
Nick has a cult following for his personal style, featuring on Vanity Fair’s International Best Dressed List. He explores how it felt to become a street style star at 50 years old, his struggle with addiction and observing cultural shifts in New York City.
00:58 Nick talks about his photographic memory
03:27 Nick Wooster in 2010
07:59 Bruce Weber Photographer – first book published in 1983 helped define photography for Nick
11:10 Bruce Weber for Interview Magazine ‘US Olympics Special, 1984‘
24:00 Robert Mapplethorpe
25:00 Street Style photographs of Nick
Nick Wooster by Jonathan Daniel Pryce