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Wednesday, 18 february 2015
STREET STYLE ALPHABET: c as COUPLES
C as the stunning COUPLES on the streets.
Sometimes they match their style and colours, just like Giotto Calendoli and Patricia Manfield, of the blog The Atelier. Sometimes they look impeccable, like Olivia Palermo and Johannes Huebl & Eleonora Sebastiani and Mr. Raro.
Other times they simply look amazing like Veronika Heilbrunner and Justin O’Shea, the brains behind the online boutique Mytheresa.com.
Street style photographers’ intention is to capture the moment, and these moments look absolutely lovely.
Best things come in pairs, and here is the proof.
Monday, 16 February 2015
STREET STYLE ALPHABET: B as BAGS
It’s not all about the dress on the streets.
Bags (and shoes, of course) steal the show very often.
Especially when their names are Boy and Peekaboo, when their shapes recall an ancient Chinese treasure box decorated with jasmine flowers, when they look like vous avez fait les courses at Chanel avec Coco, or when they’re just dramatically chic.
|PH.CC. Vogue.co.uk | The Street Muse|
Friday, 13 february 2015
STREET STYLE ALPHABET: A as ARMY
A as the ARMY of photographers that invade the streets during fashion weeks, hunting for the perfect subject to photograph.
No matter if she’s a model, an editor or an it girl.
The perfect subject is a woman – or a man, of course – with a personality, so strong and palpable, that will be visible even in the photographs.
This woman is the one who can wear an eccentric and unconventional outfit consciously, or, at the same time, she is the one able to wear a simple coat, looking extremely chic and filling this simplicity with all her charm.
Thursday, 12 february 2015
Working as a fashion photographer for The New York Times, Bill Cunningham started photographing people on the streets during World War II.
In an article he wrote for The New York Times he said:
"I don’t see the people I photograph. All I see are the clothes. I’m only interested in people who look good."