THOUGHT PROCESS | Updates, changes and random thoughts on my street style photographs
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THOUGHT PROCESS | Updates, changes and random thoughts on my street style photographs

This post is all over the place which really reflects my mind right now, so yeah. So, I think I finally figured out how I’m going to be taking my street style photographs from here on out. In the past week or so, I’ve been make an effort to find people to photograph on the … Continue reading

NOTEWORTHY | The Smarteez of Soweto
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NOTEWORTHY | The Smarteez of Soweto

As Rod Stanley of Dazed and Confused explains, the Smarteez are “too young to really remember the struggle for apartheid, they’re less politicised and claim that their ‘struggle’ is now one against blandness and conformity – to them, it’s all about partying, self-expression and challenging stereotypes.” In a similar vein to the Sapeurs of the … Continue reading

MY STREET STYLE | Bodega Fashion Show @ Mulberry Coffee House in Hamilton, ON
Street Style

MY STREET STYLE | Bodega Fashion Show @ Mulberry Coffee House in Hamilton, ON

Last weekend, I attended Bodega Fashion Show held at Mulberry Coffee House so I could practice taking street style photographs. These photographs won’t be included in my MRP because they don’t necessarily fit in to the “black style” aesthetic. I can’t say that I am completely please with the results but I ended up taking … Continue reading

THOUGHT PROCESS | Questioning Authenticity and Street Style
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THOUGHT PROCESS | Questioning Authenticity and Street Style

When it comes to thinking about street style and authenticity, I have more questions than answers. To start, Ted Polhemus explains the concept of authenticity and street style in his book Street Style: From Sidewalk to Catwalk (1994) as such: “The Street is both the stage upon which the drama unfolds and the bottom line … Continue reading