For street style fans, what environment could possibly be better stomping grounds than Fashion Week, the seasonal spectacle where editors, insiders, and trend-setters converge on New York, Paris, London, and Milan to see the latest designer collections?
A recent trend I’ve noticed is the Man Bag. Sure, men have carried around briefcases and backpacks for centuries, but the man bag seems to be replacing both. The reason for this is because bags can carry more than what you can fit in your pockets, a brief case is a bit too formal, and backpacks are rather inconvenient- having to unstrap and stop to get something out is anything but easy. The Man Bag is especially helpful for New York City, where you learn to expect the unexpected. Check out these photos of some awesome Man Purses, er, Bags I snapped recently while wandering around West Village in Manhattan.
In the past few weeks, the streets of New York City have been bustling with fashionistas from around the globe. Some of the latest fashion trends I’ve noticed have been ombre colors, patterned jumpsuits, and bold stripes. Here are some of my favorite looks from the East Village in Manhattan.
Camisha, wearing: Her sister’s tank top and thrifted harem pants
New York Fashion Week has finally come to an end, but some of the eclectic and unique street style looks can still be seen below. The runway collections highlighted the Spring and Summer 2013 trends, which included geometrics, sheer & translucent materials, and touches of lace. Some of the biggest street style trends were patterned tailored pants, embellishments, and gold details and accessories. Check them out!
Day 2 of New York Fashion Week showcased collections from the likes of Project Runway, Rebecca Minkoff, ELLE fashion and Charlotte Ronson, to name a few. Some of the trends evident in the collections include the continuum of the sporty-inspired fashion (as well as prints- including, of course, florals), ombre colors, stripes (as was evident in Tommy Hilfiger’s collection), and geometric patterns. Click below to see the more of the latest street style trends present at New York Fashion Week.
The first day of New York Fashion Week showcased designers such as BCBG, Richard Chai, and Tadashi Shoji. The shows highlighted lots of leather, lace and sheer fabrics, such as chiffon. As for the street style trends, studs and leather were stealing the spotlight, along with the ever-evolving peplum trend. See the hottest looks from today at Lincoln Center after the cut.
As the autumn season begins, it is so interesting to see the street styles change. The past week or so, I went around the Meatpacking District and East Village, and photographed some of NYC’s most fashionable females. Some of the most popular trends I noticed were denim cut-offs, studs and lots of leather.
Williamsburg, Brooklyn has a creative energy and artsy vibe, and it’s completely apparent that the stylish ladies have outfits that exude their unique personalities. Here are the photos I shot in the past couple weeks of some of the lovely females.
This past week, I had the pleasure of walking around Manhattan while photographing some interesting and very fashionable ladies. Some of the recent street style trends I observed consist of sneakers (especially Converse), denim button-ups, leopard print, and leather. Here’s a peek at some of my favorite shots, after the cut.
Kensington and Chelsea Library recently released these photographs which captured womens’ fashion in London and Paris as far back as the 1900′s. They were photographed by Punch cartoonist, Edward Linley Sambourne. Who knew modern day street style photography actually dates back to over a century ago?
A young woman in Cromwell Road, London on July 12th 1905 in a stylish white shirt with a belt and an ankle-length skirt.
This young lady walks along Kensington Church Street, on September 8th 1906.