Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs, the faces behind Street Etiquette, have their fingers on the pulse of cool. In an age where bloggers fit into a few select categories Kissi and Gumbs have driven themselves to create an aesthetic that is as diverse in its presentation as it is unique in style. Founded in 2008, Street Etiquette brings a stern, dark edge to modern men’s style. In Kissi and Gumb’s own words, “Street Etiquette showcases style using a cultural, historical and urban perspective.” What began as a simple sticking board for their own inspiration quickly morphed into carefully tuned aesthetic, featuring editorial-style photography with deep, rich colors and washed-out backdrops. The site has been warmly received by everyone from New York hipsters to Mos Def, amassing 20,000 unique views a day and more than 133,000 Instagram followers. While they may not post every day any more, some of their best work – particularly The Black Ivy – is worth enjoying. These two guys continue to be an inspiration for us in the way they push the boundaries of their own personal style by carefully infusing a mix of vintage-wear, heritage clothing and flecks of culture. For these reasons, the guys at Street Etiquette are our second “Portrait in Style” pick.