Antonin and Kyle cast a striking look in their mix of vintage and designer labels. Antonin loves Vetements as a brand and as an inspiration, not necessarily to wear, he adores the streetwear vibe mixed with retro touches. He likes shopping on the internet to get interesting clothes and the best in fads. We know a great site, Antonin! Kyle is pretty interested in Kylie Jenner, but he does not have a fashion icon, he feels like a Parisian, and that's all. They might be exploring celebrities and fashion on the world wide web but there's no place like home! @Antonin.k @Kylelil
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Hadrien loves fashion, especially vintage, which is good because he works in one of the famous vintage stores in Paris called Kilo. This is vintage shopping at its most organised. Everything is thoroughly categorised and colour coded so it's easy to find that special gem. And the name refers to the way in which you are charged because everything is price tagged by weight. One of the reason's that Hadrien loves working there is that he gets a discount so he can buy lots of things to regularly update his look. But much as he likes clothes, sometimes he needs a break and then he drops into the cafe next door to catch up with friends. He can kick back and relax knowing he's doing good for the environment too! @hadicoolhadi
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We couldn’t miss an opportunity to photograph Tate in his bright red socks! He’s an artist from New York who came to Paris in an attempt to rediscover the city of lights. 10 years ago, Tate came to Paris and wasn't sure about it, so now he’s back and wants to see a new side of this city before he heads over to Berlin. Although Tate is a multi-disciplinary artist, he prefers the performing arts. We definitely loved the dramatic flair his red socks added to his outfit!
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His name is Kenzo, like the French luxury fashion house. We wondered if he is self-titled or if a passion for style runs in the family. Whatever the answer Kenzo said that "he was made for Fashion". For starters, Those. Socks. And, That. Hat. We love his look and Kenzo loves altering garments in order to express his creative mind. American artist Barbara Januszkiewicz said, "creative thinking inspires ideas. Ideas inspire change." And Kenzo, he inspires our wardrobe! @kenzo4
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Antonin and Kyle cast a striking look in their mix of vintage and designer labels. Antonin loves Vetements as a brand and as an inspiration, not necessarily to wear, he adores the streetwear vibe mixed with retro touches. He likes shopping on the internet to get interesting clothes and the best in fads. We know a great site, Antonin! Kyle is pretty interested in Kylie Jenner, but he does not have a fashion icon, he feels like a Parisian, and that's all. They might be exploring celebrities and fashion on the world wide web but there's no place like home! @Antonin.k @Kylelil
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His name is Kenzo, like the French luxury fashion house. We wondered if he is self-titled or if a passion for style runs in the family. Whatever the answer Kenzo said that "he was made for Fashion". For starters, Those. Socks. And, That. Hat. We love his look and Kenzo loves altering garments in order to express his creative mind. American artist Barbara Januszkiewicz said, "creative thinking inspires ideas. Ideas inspire change." And Kenzo, he inspires our wardrobe! @kenzo4
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We couldn’t miss an opportunity to photograph Tate in his bright red socks! He’s an artist from New York who came to Paris in an attempt to rediscover the city of lights. 10 years ago, Tate came to Paris and wasn't sure about it, so now he’s back and wants to see a new side of this city before he heads over to Berlin. Although Tate is a multi-disciplinary artist, he prefers the performing arts. We definitely loved the dramatic flair his red socks added to his outfit!
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Here's Paula, she's from Germany but she has lived in New York for a while. It was her last day in Paris doing some shopping in her favourite stores (she loves Paris, so this is not the first time!). She's certainly got her summer look down, so we are very curious about her winter style. She is tall and she knows how to take advantage of her height, she uses it to work her look; it's the kind of style that we love at Traffique: original, rude but cool, urban and unique! Danish Athlete Caroline Wozniacki said, "whether you're tall or shorter, or a little bigger, more curves, skinny - you just have to be proud of what you have, and everyone is beautiful." Never a truer word! @paupauhess
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Hadrien loves fashion, especially vintage, which is good because he works in one of the famous vintage stores in Paris called Kilo. This is vintage shopping at its most organised. Everything is thoroughly categorised and colour coded so it's easy to find that special gem. And the name refers to the way in which you are charged because everything is price tagged by weight. One of the reason's that Hadrien loves working there is that he gets a discount so he can buy lots of things to regularly update his look. But much as he likes clothes, sometimes he needs a break and then he drops into the cafe next door to catch up with friends. He can kick back and relax knowing he's doing good for the environment too! @hadicoolhadi
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Here's Shay and she's not shy, she is the opposite in fact; she's a very open and talkative girl who lives in New York. Shay grew up in Texas and now works as a creative producer for Opening Ceremony, the company started as a small fashion brand created by two friends who worked in the corporate fashion world, today it is a global community with outposts in NY, LA a department store in Tokyo and an online store that stocks iconic and homegrown designers. As for Shay's style, she doesn't have a signature look, preferring to dress by her mood each day. Afterall style comes naturally to her, fashion is what she does! @shayferd
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Antonin and Kyle cast a striking look in their mix of vintage and designer labels. Antonin loves Vetements as a brand and as an inspiration, not necessarily to wear, he adores the streetwear vibe mixed with retro touches. He likes shopping on the internet to get interesting clothes and the best in fads. We know a great site, Antonin! Kyle is pretty interested in Kylie Jenner, but he does not have a fashion icon, he feels like a Parisian, and that's all. They might be exploring celebrities and fashion on the world wide web but there's no place like home! @Antonin.k @Kylelil
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Here's Shay and she's not shy, she is the opposite in fact; she's a very open and talkative girl who lives in New York. Shay grew up in Texas and now works as a creative producer for Opening Ceremony, the company started as a small fashion brand created by two friends who worked in the corporate fashion world, today it is a global community with outposts in NY, LA a department store in Tokyo and an online store that stocks iconic and homegrown designers. As for Shay's style, she doesn't have a signature look, preferring to dress by her mood each day. Afterall style comes naturally to her, fashion is what she does! @shayferd
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We couldn’t miss an opportunity to photograph Tate in his bright red socks! He’s an artist from New York who came to Paris in an attempt to rediscover the city of lights. 10 years ago, Tate came to Paris and wasn't sure about it, so now he’s back and wants to see a new side of this city before he heads over to Berlin. Although Tate is a multi-disciplinary artist, he prefers the performing arts. We definitely loved the dramatic flair his red socks added to his outfit!
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Qianya was making the most of her time in France; she had travelled to Avignon one of the major cities in Provence, Roussillon on the southern tip between France and Spain, the famous Côte d'Azur, once beloved of artists such as Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso and then onto Paris where we met her. She's a fashion designer who loves to support all the Chinese brands. During her trip, we are sure she has discovered the qualities of good French style too. As Coco said, the ideal wardrobe should contain, black and white, good shoes, plenty of dresses, polish, simplicity and well-fitted clothes. Ticks on all counts then Qianya! @qianyazhang
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Hadrien loves fashion, especially vintage, which is good because he works in one of the famous vintage stores in Paris called Kilo. This is vintage shopping at its most organised. Everything is thoroughly categorised and colour coded so it's easy to find that special gem. And the name refers to the way in which you are charged because everything is price tagged by weight. One of the reason's that Hadrien loves working there is that he gets a discount so he can buy lots of things to regularly update his look. But much as he likes clothes, sometimes he needs a break and then he drops into the cafe next door to catch up with friends. He can kick back and relax knowing he's doing good for the environment too! @hadicoolhadi
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Jason loves an oversized look. He is a Parisian who we spotted at Rue des Rosiers on a Saturday while he was having a drink with a friend. The street name means "street of the rosebushes," and sits in the heart of the Jewish quarter on the 4th arrondissement. The last ten years have seen a change in this area with modern showrooms replacing quaint boutiques. The shops here stay open even on a Sunday so it's the place to pick up a sartorial treat or some food any time of the week. Jason works for American Vintage, a shop that's also nearby. This part of town has got everything he needs, so why leave! @nooklesloveme
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His name is Kenzo, like the French luxury fashion house. We wondered if he is self-titled or if a passion for style runs in the family. Whatever the answer Kenzo said that "he was made for Fashion". For starters, Those. Socks. And, That. Hat. We love his look and Kenzo loves altering garments in order to express his creative mind. American artist Barbara Januszkiewicz said, "creative thinking inspires ideas. Ideas inspire change." And Kenzo, he inspires our wardrobe! @kenzo4
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How could you not fail to do what it says on Moussa's bag? In that outfit, he's hard to miss! Each item of his wardrobe reminds him where he bought it; those checked trousers came from a shop in Soho and the jacket was from London; it does have that punk element! It may be an international wardrobe but it works! Moussa explained that he loves contemporary art and fashion, we think he's a natural, at the clothes, we haven't seen his artwork. Earlier this year he visited Fondazione Prada in Milan. We wonder if he took a stop at their Wes-Anderson-inspired cafe Bar Luce? He did take some time to colour coordinate his look to the artwork, sounds like something Wes would do! @_mouss.a
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Here's Paula, she's from Germany but she has lived in New York for a while. It was her last day in Paris doing some shopping in her favourite stores (she loves Paris, so this is not the first time!). She's certainly got her summer look down, so we are very curious about her winter style. She is tall and she knows how to take advantage of her height, she uses it to work her look; it's the kind of style that we love at Traffique: original, rude but cool, urban and unique! Danish Athlete Caroline Wozniacki said, "whether you're tall or shorter, or a little bigger, more curves, skinny - you just have to be proud of what you have, and everyone is beautiful." Never a truer word! @paupauhess
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Joe Christmas is a photographer from London. We took a look at his website and he's a talented guy. He documents people with a realism along the lines of Martin Parr. We talked about fashion for men in the UK, and unlike his earthy imagery, he adores the classic minimalism of Scandi brand COS because there he can find quality, well-cut trousers and great prices of course! Then there's the jacket, injecting a rather more Peruvian sprit into his outfit, we wondered if the red was significant. And as for the name, we still aren't sure if it's real or made up.....but we're believers so don't anyone spoil it for us! @joe_christmas
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