Unless it's over 110 degrees out, don't ever expect to see Vincent Fredric Cabezut-Johnson, 28, in anything even close to a T-shirt. This Mt. Vernon resident is known for a style he calls "Ivy [League]-influenced modern." It's a look that stood out at Twilight on the Terrace, a fundraising shindig at Gertrude's Restaurant at the Baltimore Museum of Art for The GLCCB: The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Community Center of Baltimore and Central Maryland. The Safeway grocer set off a blue JCP seersucker shorts suit from JC Penney with a cobalt blue Express dress shirt and black, white and pink plaid bowtie from tiebar.com, one of his favorite websites. Cabezut-Johnson not only tied the tie himself, he's become so good at it, he now teaches others the art. He completed his outfit with a pair of red wingtips from the Allen Edmonds store.
Colby Ware, For the Baltimore Sun
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