FashionIndie Editorial: Street Style File
The sharpest of voyeurs prowl, lens aloft, scanning the sea of people for a glimmer of something divine. A being that emerges from the darkness in illustrious opposition. The great search is for those who enlighten the eye’s mind. The result of such a thorough hunt equals images that bring crisp covetable style to eyes across the planet. This week, the pool shrinks; the purveyors of style are gathered in one spot. For street style photographers, it’s like shooting fish in a barrel.
Don’t Shoot the Editor
How dare this blogger take a picture of this fearsome editor in chic! Unless your name is Terry, Patrick or Annie, get out of her face. But this street stylist has managed to capture the sharp jaw and mascu-femme layering that embodies that power woman look. In silk, wide legged pants by Nomia under a sheer Factory by Erik Hart top, covered by sleeveless just-buttoned-at-the-top silk Nomia, capped with a cropped brocade Amy Claire tank. With a Chanel[esque] jacket and a fur vest shorter than the that which is beneath it, she’s well insulated from the bustling that could never really disturb her. Her accessories are sharp, quite literally; pointed rings, spiked necklace, Zhao oxford bag, snakeskin six-inch Walter Steiger curved heels, and, angled Elizabeth and James frames all enforce their general policy of: If you don’t know me, don’t talk to me. I’m at werq.