New York Times picture editor Brent Murray worked with photographer Melodie Jeng on this Bill Cunningham-style photo study to ascertain the current corporate dress code of the city’s New Normal.
So where are we?
Post-pandemic we’re seeing bankers and lawyers loosening up in slim chinos, tieless shirts and ballet flats, with additional sightings of trainers, Telfar totes and something called a Lululemon ABC pant* (aka a 5-pocket jean designed for all-day comfort). With fewer in-person meetings, it’s more acceptable to swap out stiff suits for a smart chino and knitted polo. (more…)
“He was taking his own time, but I also discovered that his clothes withstand time. They are eternal. While I was discussing with Richemont, I bought a lot of vintage pieces and each time I realized they were immune to aging. At Alaïa, creation has its own pace. Such a rare thing in the landscape of fashion. Time as luxury.”
A great reflection from Pieter Mulier on Azzedine Alaïa’s appreciation of time, Vogue. (more…)
In the last year I’ve noticed a big increase in the number of fantastic photography sales that aim to raise money for needy charities via beautiful imagery. It’s a powerful win-win concept that brings previously inaccessible art photography to a wider audience, while raising money and awareness for deserving causes.
One such cause is the plight of Indian people suffering immensely in the eye of the Covid-19 pandemic. To help send fast aid, photographer Jam Patel has organised ‘To India With Love‘, a limited edition print sale to raise money for Indian charities during the crisis. (more…)
These Paris Fashion Week street style pictures feel much more natural then the usual pre-pandemic performative circus ones. Acielle (aka Style du Monde) is one of my favourite street style photographers and for Vogue.com she captured off-duty models, the odd show-goer (not sure how many audience-facing shows actually took place tbh) and many regular Parisians going about their day.