Model Zach Troost from New York Model Management, stars in a vintage menswear editorial "All Tied Up!" Photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy magazine.

ALL TIED UP!
VINTAGE TIES

  • Model Zach Troost from New York Model Management, stars in a vintage menswear editorial
  • Vintage menswear editorial starring male model Zach Troost, photographed by Alexander Thompson, with styling by Antonio Abrego. Men's grooming by Michael Moreno. Ponyboy magazine New York.
  • From New York Model Management, Zach Troost stars in Ponyboy magazine vintage tie editorial, photographed by Alexander Thompson, with styling by Antonio Abrego for Dated Vintage. Men's grooming by Michael Moreno.
  • Model Zach Troost stars in Ponyboy magazine vintage menswear editorial, photographed by Alexander Thompson, with styling by Antonio Abrego for Dated Vintage NY.
  • Model Zach Troost stars in Ponyboy magazine vintage menswear tie editorial, photographed by Alexander Thompson, with styling by Antonio Abrego for Dated Vintage showroom.
  • Zach Troost wears a vintage pin-up tie for Ponyboy magazine menswear editorial,
  • Model Zach Troost from New York Model Management, styled by Antonio Abrego and photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy magazine NY.
  • Male model Zach Troost featured in Ponyboy magazine vintage menswear editorial, photographed by Alexander Thompson, men's grooming by Michael Moreno and stylist Antonio Abrego for Dated Vintage showroom New York.
  • Male model Zach Troost stars in Ponyboy magazine vintage menswear editorial,
  • New York Model Management talent Zach Troost, photographed for vintage menswear editorial by Alexander Thompson, with men's grooming by Michael Moreno. Stylist Antonio Abrego for Dated Vintage showroom. Ponyboy magazine NY.
  • Model Zach Troost poses for a vintage inspired menswear editorial, styled by Antonio Abrego, with men's grooming by Michael Moreno. Photographed by Alexander Thompson for Ponyboy magazine New York.

ALL TIED UP!

VINTAGE TIES

Ponyboy has long been a lover of vintage silk ties. And we’ve collected more than our fair share over the years, specifically the wide, colorful and eclectic 40s silk hand painted ties, as well as the sleek, thin styles from the 1950s and early 60s. We booked male model newcomer Zach Troost, with New York Models NY, to feature some of the vibrant, vintage treasures from the archives of Dated Vintage New York. Antonio Abrego, co-owner of Dated Vintage who styled our editorial, stated, “I love the look of kitschy, vintage ties, especially ties from the 1930s to the 1950s, because the designs are fun and can set your style apart!” Photography Alexander Thompson. Men’s groomer Michael Moreno.