Behind the Seams Episode 1: Blue Sunday

Get an on set look at the making of Southbay magazine's fashion shoot for the Men's Issue.

Posted by Our South Bay on Friday, June 3, 2016

Blue Sunday

Weekend warriors hit Hermosa Beach in this season’s coolest hue.


Sheldon Bailey | Actor | Torrance


Deep Pocket Jean Company

Flying Fortress jeans, $90.80, chambray shirt by Ambig Clothing, $60, fedora by Goorin Bros. Hat Shop, $38, sunglasses by Randolph, $155; Deep Pocket Jean Co. in Hermosa Beach,



Chris DiVecchio | Personal Trainer | Manhattan Beach


Pier Avenue

Above: Slim fit khakis, $44.95, long sleeve printed shirt, $39.59, brown chukkas, $35.95; American Eagle at Del Amo Fashion Center in Torrance,
Light denim jacket, $99, Golden State backpack, $149; Lucky Brand at Del Amo Fashion Center and The Point in El Segundo,
Ray-Ban 3483 sunglasses, $165;
30.25” Firefly Complete skateboard by Carver Skateboards, $207; Tyler Surfboards El Segundo,

Below: Structure watch from Dubey and Schaldenbrand. Stainless steel case with a self-winding mechanical movement, full calendar and moon phase, $7,500; Medawar Fine Jewelers in Rolling Hills Estates,




Derek Poole | Account Executive | Redondo Beach


Rockefeller Gastropub

Slim fit active white shorts, $44.95, printed tee, $19.95, classic fit shirt, $39.95; American Eagle at Del Amo Fashion Center.
Boat shoes by Sperry, $95;


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