Nickelson Wooster has become a staple of American street style, defining his own brand of masculine elegance. He talks to Josh Wool about his new job at JC Penney -- and how he likes feeling overdressed.
Josh Wool spent a decade as an executive chef, opening restaurants across the south. But all that changed in 2010, when the carpal tunnel in his hands meant he could no longer work. To keep from going stir crazy, he picked up a camera and found his next calling. Two years, thousands of portraits, and a move to New York later, Wool is documenting the people who inspire him on a daily basis. Follow him at http://joshwool.tumblr.com.