About NYFG

1. This is our steeze:

Reginald Ferguson aka New York Fashion Geek is the best men’s fashion consultant and personal stylist in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Reg makes you look great daytime and nighttime, 365 days a year. Whether it’s casual wear or suiting, buying new clothing or optimizing the current gear in your closet, you’ll get 20x the compliments on your look when Reg is done with you. ‘Cause when you look good in your clothes, you feel good, and when you feel good you can conquer the world.

Contact Reg for a free consultation about your current style and how to upgrade it.

2. Why Use NYFG?

For a lot of men, figuring what to wear every day is one of those most bothersome things they have to deal with (outside of morning rush hour, filing taxes and public speaking). The fashion rules have changed  because there are no set rules anymore.

You may have a change in life. A divorce. A new job. A raise. A promotion.

Do you know how to navigate the different worlds between casual, business casual and business professional? How do you dress for these things? Are you underdressed? Overdressed? You don’t want to look wack or inappropriate.

When I enter and leave a room, I make an impact. I receive a compliment. A head nod. I feel comfortable and confident. You should too.

You should work with someone who is going to make you feel strong in your choices. You need a friend in fashion.

3. About Reg

Reginald Ferguson is the founder of New York Fashion Geek. Born and raised in New York City, he learned and was taught, the importance of dressing well. Ever since birth he’s been a sharp dresser (his bottle matched his bib).

4. Family Fashion Influences


One day, at the age of 8, while watching his Mom struggle to put on a ’60s military jacket (it was the ’80s), Reg listened to her share one of his first fashion lessons: “Reggie, don’t forget, what’s old is what’s new again.” She was right, the ’90’s are hot right now.

Grandma and Grandpa

Reg’s Grandmother, who was a seamstress and his Grandfather, a Trustee at their local church, continued his training by constantly stressing the importance of dressing well.

Reg’s Grandma would pick out stylish items for him, sew them when needed and wash and iron his dress shirts when he became a young professional.

Reg’s Grandpa taught him various tie knots (he stuck with the Windsor), how to shine and maintain shoes (he has his old shoe shine kit and uses it every day) and shared a mantra that Reg uses every day, “Boy, always keep up your appearance.”

Reg took all of those lessons, went overboard with them and became a fashion consultant. He has incorporated a style uniquely his own and is sharing it with the world.

5. Our Five Core Values

Trust: Know that we are not going to play you. We want you to look good.

Fun: You might want to get a root canal quicker than you want to buy a pair of socks but if you do it with us, you’ll get a kick out of it.

Worth: Though we believe you get what you pay for, we can always find you a good deal.

Style: You’re not going to look like us (this took years to build) but we’re going to make you stand out in your crew.

Education: You need to understand how things work. We have decades of knowledge so we can teach you things you might have never known.



“Before I started working with the New York Fashion Geek, I had gotten maybe two compliments about my clothing in my entire life. After shopping with NYFG and noting their clothing combo recommendations, I now get at least two compliments a week.¬† The New York Fashion Geek ‘s eye for style is unparalleled. If you want to pop and get noticed, work with the New York Fashion Geek. I highly recommend them!”

-Ben Rosenfeld, Standup Comic

NYFG Says: I get two compliments a minute. On a slow day.

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“The Fashion Geeks” is a podcast where Reg (Geek #1) and Tiff (Geek #2) chop it up about their love of clothing and fashion from a New York perspective (one’s a native, one calls it home). We sound just as good as we look.

Listen on: iTunes | Stitcher | SoundCloud | Spotify | Pandora | Blubrry