Inspired by San Francisco's FrontSteps.com blog, which rated broker and realtor sexiness in a local competition, we'll be profiling real estate professionals with distinctive personal style here on Housing Watch. First up: Seth S. Levin from Douglas Elliman in New York City.
"I'm not selling big screen TVs and DVD players, I'm selling some of the most expensive real estate in the world. We owe it to our clientele to look a certain way."
Seth S. Levin, 33, Associate Broker for Douglas Elliman
Look 1, left: Zegna suit, Thomas Pink shirt, Louis Vuitton tie, Johnston and Murphy shoes, Ferragamo belt, Panerai watch.
Look 2, right: Jai Kudo glasses, Armani blazer, Burberry shirt, Thomas Pink tie, Earnest Sewn jeans.
Location: A Seth S. Levin exclusive. 4 West 21st Street. 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom, doorman building. $1.55 million.
You're dressed sharp and looking stylish, what do we have going on here?
I have two very distinct looks: My first look, left, is typically a very sharp, traditional, tailored suit and tie. The second, right, is a more downtown hip, more edgy chic with jeans, a blazer, a tie -- always with a tie. Then I add a funkier pair of glasses.