Jeffrey Malaney has got it all. If being one of New York’s top photography talents wasn’t enough to keep him ticking over, Malaney is now the face of JMenswear Menswear+ Lifestyle in NYC: one of social medias most prestigious destinations for men’s styling, accessories, and worldly travels.
Cool, collected and most of all, composed. Jeffrey embodies the very concept of a modern gentleman, with the distinguished persona to match. JMenswear’s following helped him cement his position as fashion’s most infamous man of the moment.
In a city where the modern, and stylish are always competing, Malaney stands tallest and is set to be a straight shooter. A Bauchle Fashion Magazine highlight- Jeffrey reveals, his favourite fashion eras, and why he is a modernist in this best-dressed exclusive interview.
Heather Lisa Noire (BF) What is a signature silhouette style for men today?
Jeffrey Malaney (jmenswear) There is nothing like a man in a crisp tailored suit, but I also love when guys can pull off the effortlessly cool jeans and tee look. Less is (sometimes) more.
Heather Lisa Noire (BF) Are you a modernist when it comes to dressing, or a retro fanatic?
Jeffrey Malaney (jmenswear) A little bit of both! I love the looks from Leo’s Great Gatsby and the “Roaring Twenties”. But at the end of the day, I’m defiantly more of a modernist.
Heather Lisa Noire (BF) What got you into the business you are in and what do you love most about it?
Jeffrey Malaney (jmenswear) I’ve always had a passion for menswear + lifestyle and I am so inspired by all my Instagram followers. One of my favorites is Adam Gallagher (IAmGalla), who inspired me to start my page.
Heather Lisa Noire (BF) Do you believe in challenging yourself?
Jeffrey Malaney (jmenswear) Always, you can’t learn unless you are willing to challenge yourself and make mistakes. There is always a way of doing something bigger and better.
Heather Lisa Noire (BF) If you could give anyone in the same business as you advice, what would it be?
Jeffrey Malaney (jmenswear) Never stop learning, exploring and trying things outside of your comfort zone. Remember confidence is more then half the battle.
Interview Conducted and Written by Editor Heather Lisa Noire.