Live-Action Getup: The Creative Director

Live-Action Getup: The Creative Director
Find the perfect balance of dressed-down creative and business executive.

Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine.

  • juank85

    THANKS! from a Creative Director 🙂

  • Marc

    Are the tear-away flash drives able to be snapped back in? It says they come in the size of a credit card, and as someone who frequently handles large files for multiple departments, this seems like it could be a Godsend. Also, are they durable? There’s a lot of mentioning how they’re biodegradable – I want them to last, not rot. Any advice from anyone would be greatly appreciated.

    • Andrew

      I believe they’re torn off to use so I don’t think you can put them back in.

    • Rt1583

      It looks like they are a one and done type use, i.e. tear it off, use if for a little bit and throw it away.
      They’re almost there with these, as far as being a truely useful, viable product. I think if they could find a way to make the card a hub with which the end user could load their own data that these would be very popular, especially for those who rely on or would benefit by being able to providing digital examples of their work. As it is, you have to rely on the company to load your data and take the chance of ordering more than are necessary which wastes money unnecessarily.

  • SeaWolf727

    Great outfit as usual! Andrew, can you possibly create more summer-esque type of outfits for people living in warmer climates? I love most of these outfits but they just aren’t practical for living in Hawaii. Keep these ‘Getups’ coming!

    • Andrew

      You bet, until then you can browse these!

      • SeaWolf727

        Much appreciated! They just opened an H&M here so that should help quite a bit with choosing pieces for outfits. Mahalo!

      • SeaWolf727

        Terrific! Thank you very much!

    • Neimad

      On the contrary. I love looking at your posts because I live in what I assume is a seasonal climate like yours.

  • John

    LOL. My Converse fetish is that they are strictly warm weather shoes, so the cardigan is out of place. I would almost prefer an unstructured cotton blazer with a cotton bandana pocket square and leave the shirt untucked and no tie. Oh and a canvas messenger instead of a brief, so my hands are free.

  • Mike

    I like it better when you have a model wearing the getup to get a better idea of what it looks like all together. Would love to see that more

  • yj

    so awesome. any suggestions on how to make this look more street/urban/black?