10 January 2010

street, style and snap

There are no doubts of influence that street style has on fashion today. At first fresh faces and creative ways in individual styling…was very inspiration available to very indoor clique of fashion insiders. With photographers and amateurs that set on capturing interesting moments out and about, we started to see amusing street stories daily without being on right places in major fashion capitals. Mr. Scott Schuman, better known as The Sartorialist back in the 2005 quickly became instant bible of style-at home for many individuals around the globe interested in fashion. Same did Garance DorĂ©, prominent master not only for street snapshots, but for fashion illustration. So can be reality as Alice Fisher, from the Observer stated that those two are the best things that happen to style since Grace Coddington. Besides Garance and Sartoiralist, reading lists swiftly joined those like Altamiranyc (by Craig Arend) or Face Hunter Yvan Rodic, and even some girls around didn’t know how to buy shoes anymore without pre-glance at Tommy Ton's diaries on Jak & Jil. Thanks to flamboyant Street Peeper that as they state peeps cities all over the world we are able to see view on trends and fashion in San Francisco, Seoul or Sydney. Remarkable Maya from my latest obsession Turned Out except people with astonishing style, captures petite stories behind and together with collages she creates magic out of street styles. On the track from March of the last year is Citizen Couture, One more view of talented photograph lenses by enthusiast named Jason that catches style moments of the names we are always happy to see around (as are Carine, Daphne,Giovanna Bataglia, Miroslava Duma or clique of the models off the duty and some of our darling bloggers). The source of inspiration for the internet crowd keen on people style snaps, if it is not yet, will quickly become your bookmark.

All of the following photos below, are from Citizen Couture


15 comments:

Dream Sequins said...

Great roundup of top streetstyle sights. I've been around on Citizen Couture's site, and love the pics!!

C said...

Every city should definitely have its own streetstyle blog. I think it's really awesome to find inspiration in people that are actually "normal", I mean I looove to see models and fashion editors and stylists like Anna Dello Russo, Battaglia,Carine, etc but they're purely designer.

Nina said...

I'm addicted to Citizen Couture too!

FASHIONconfectionairy said...

I love street style, it makes fashion much more real and accesible. I can see how to rework my whole closet in a quick browse!
XOXOX
Libby
http://fashionconfectionairy.weebly.com

Lori said...

i love these streetstyle sites, they always have great inspiration

Dylana said...

Gorgeous looks!

Grace said...

As always, you hit it right on. Also, love the new header.

Love Grace.

anna bu said...

yeah they all look great. i love cocorosa

http://justbuit.blogspot.com

Fashion Nicotine said...

Nice pictures!!

CMA said...

these photos are so cute
i love the inspiration
very beautiful
thanks for sharing as always
i really love your blog, keep it up!

-cma
COSMICaroline.blogspot.com

angelanoori said...

omg love this post! go look at my recent update!
it's miroslava!!!!!

stacey kelly said...

street style is the best thing that's happened to modern fashion, imo :)
love the photos too!

xx

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Eri said...

Hi Nice blog!

Please come and visit me too!

I hope to see you soon.

Fashion Cappuccino said...

Wow!! What a great post! I know a hand full of very popular street style blogs but I didn't know citizen couture! Thank you for sharing! xoxoxoxo

The Haute-Shopper said...

I agree, streetstyle has surpassed editorials and runway shots in terms of influence. I think it's just that more girls care about real style inspirations instead of what fashion editors or designers put together. Citizen Couture is great... and it helps to be able to snap pics of Carine or Miroslava ;-)