My thoughts on the world around me

The Rise of The Sartorialist did an interesting feature on Scott Schuman, GQ Magazine’s The Sartorialist. For those who are not familiar with his work, he has a section in the magazine where he photographs regular people on the street. He uses photography to seek out fashion trends and attitudes; it’s not Gordon Parks-style social commentary.

The Sartorialist is my favorite section in GQ. Mr. Schuman always seems to find intriguing personalities with an avant-garde and unapologetic sense of style. Take a look at Mr. Schuman’s deft critique of Russian style. He’s also unafraid to photograph and comment on women’s style, a rarety for a magazine that otherwise focuses on men (see Picture #5 in Russia slideshow). Like his muses, Mr. Schuman found a niche for himself based on his strong and uncompromising point of view.

It blows my mind that the prominent fashion photographer and commentator was once a stay-at-home father of two. Mr. Schuman, I remain your ardent follower.


February 1, 2009 - Posted by | Art, Difference Makers, Fine Art, Media, Style & Design | , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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