We are big fans of street style. huge! Kind of not to love? See how “real” people dress – like those who aren’t celebrities with full-time stylists! – Every day is inspiring and captivating. For example, at New York Fashion Week this past year, there were a ton of unique outfits worth checking out—many of them by Vogue resident Photographed by street-style photographer Phil Oh. And now, in a brand new video series, Vogue
is taking a closer look at the stories and emotions behind some of the world’s more eccentric people and well-dressed people.
New ‘Streets of…’ video series will focus on one-of-a-kind styles around the world, not just static photos we know and love. We’ll set out to understand what inspires people’s aesthetics and capture the stories behind how they cultivated their perspectives. Think of these videos as moving portraits – capturing not just fashion subjects, but the vibes and moments of their lives. The collection begins with fashion-forward clothing in New York City outside of Fashion Week. After all, it’s one of the fashion capitals, not to mention a melting pot of different cultures, backgrounds, and sartorial sensibilities.
New York’s more eclectic dresser has a Serious genius who mixes high and low with new and vintage. A fashionista donned her dress on a vintage silk scarf gifted by her husband’s grandmother. Another wears an asymmetrical lace-up Knorts top over a vintage Jean Paul Gaultier leopard-print mesh tee. Statement accessories also took center stage, with Mowalola hats, Telfar bags, fluffy Camper shoes and Antoine Manning bags all showing up. Another subject, whose wallet was bright yellow, said it best: “There is nowhere in the world as styled as New York.”