HubThreads: Celebrating Boston Street Style

Meet Brandon.

Photo by Diana Levine

Critics say this city has no style. We’re here to prove them wrong. Welcome to HubThreads, where we chat with the most stylish people we find out and about in Boston. Think you or someone you know has the best street style? Let us know.


Do you live in Boston? Sort of. I’m from Atlanta, but I was born here, so I go back and forth.

Are you back for good or just passing through? I’ve been here for a few months, just chillin’ out and working on some projects.

Are you an artist? Photographer.

What kind of stuff do you shoot? I shoot film. I use a Contax T2, an older film camera.

I meant do you shoot people or places? I really don’t know how to explain it honestly, so I’ll show you.

Your Instagram is @eathumans! 

Do you have any style icons? The coolest person I can think of is Shia Lebeouf.

How would you describe your style? I dunno, it depends on the day. My influences kind of vary.

What’s going on today? I’m a mix. I really like punk stuff, but I also like comfy stuff.

Did your neck tattoo hurt? Does everyone ask you that? Yeah, they do. It hurt, but it wasn’t as bad as you’d think.

I guess that’s because there’s no bone there. Do you have a lot of tattoos? I only have one other one. My friend did this one.

For your second tattoo you went big! Any place you like to shop or hang out in Boston? I like to thrift mostly, I like Urban Renewal.

Have you ever been to Vivant Vintage in Allston? Yeah! I just went there like two days ago! I bought some old Playboys. They have some Red Wings that I want to go back and buy. That spot’s cool and the Garmet District is cool. I’m friends with the people at Bodega, so I go there sometimes too.