Hooman Majd seems to come from another time. His refined style and his gentle manor reflect his worldly upbringing. From Tehran to England, his look is the modern twist to an iconic 1940s gentleman. He lives in Brooklyn which allows him to write and raise his son at the same time. His career has touched the entertainment business world (Island Records, Polygram Records, and Palm Pictures) and also the journalistic scene as well. He has written for Newsweek, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The New Republic, Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs, Politico, and countless other outlets. We worked together for VICE News and I chose him to host the pilot I produced because of his perfect and engaging taste, not only with the clothes he selectively chose but also his ability to deliver important information in a certain perfect charisma. Here is Hooman explaining The House of Majd. Ken Browar, legendary fashion photographer, and Hooman created a site to showcase their sensibility in the sartorial. A lifestyle illustrated by aesthetics. Hooman was once knighted as the most stylish man in the world by GQs Glenn O’Brien. Whenever I have the fortune to catch up with Hooman, I believe the same to be true.