Australian Palani's a nice guy doing good things! He works with people who use drugs and drug-related HIV patients; crusading for their rights; he travels a lot with his campaigns for the decriminalisation and safe use of drugs. He lent us his opinion about travel style. "Big cities always give you the opportunity to look nice, he said. "When you walk in the streets the buildings are beautiful; the shops are beautiful, the cafes are beautiful", so he thinks he has to fit in that environment. Palani loves the ritual of getting dressed to go outside, and he believes creativity with your cloth provides the opportunity to meet great people - like our encounter then? He laughs! Today's wardrobe ritual was aimed at the Pompidou (his favourite place in Paris), so this is Palani's take on museum-style! @palanipics
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Wenli was on the corner of Lexington street when we spotted her. It was the detailing on that Aiko studio top that caught our eye. She’s from China now in London to study branding at UAL. She was on her way to an exhibition to see her fellow students' end of year shows in Chelsea. Wenli finds inspiration from many Japanese designers and loves the galleries and museums in London. Eventually, she would like to find a job here as a graphic designer like Stefan Sagmeister who said, “You can have an art experience in front of a Rembrandt… or in front of a piece of graphic design.” There are masters in all fields of creativity, as Wenli will attest, it's all in the details. @dakinidiao
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Rebecca is from Italy, she is now based in London studying International Relations and working with a human rights organisation. She's the most stylish humanitarian we know, though fashion for her is just a hobby. She combines new looks from the latest pieces with her mum's vintage brands such as her Dolce and Gabanna necklace. No matter the age, some things will always be classic, we're talking about the mum and the necklace! If our mum had a wardrobe like that we'd raid it too! @rebecca.sadr
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We met Sarah outside a clothes store in Amsterdam. She had just bought some accessories, which she loves a lot. We love her tote bag made from woven beads and the pattern contrast with her striped trousers. Sarah loves to go on shopping trips with her mom, and this weekend they were doing the 'sales'. Terry Guillemets said, "I love my mother as trees love water and sunshine. She helps me grow, prosper, and reach great heights." And in Sarah's case, she helps to find a great bargain - elbows at the ready! @Zusnigs
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Australian Palani's a nice guy doing good things! He works with people who use drugs and drug-related HIV patients; crusading for their rights; he travels a lot with his campaigns for the decriminalisation and safe use of drugs. He lent us his opinion about travel style. "Big cities always give you the opportunity to look nice, he said. "When you walk in the streets the buildings are beautiful; the shops are beautiful, the cafes are beautiful", so he thinks he has to fit in that environment. Palani loves the ritual of getting dressed to go outside, and he believes creativity with your cloth provides the opportunity to meet great people - like our encounter then? He laughs! Today's wardrobe ritual was aimed at the Pompidou (his favourite place in Paris), so this is Palani's take on museum-style! @palanipics
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We met Sarah outside a clothes store in Amsterdam. She had just bought some accessories, which she loves a lot. We love her tote bag made from woven beads and the pattern contrast with her striped trousers. Sarah loves to go on shopping trips with her mom, and this weekend they were doing the 'sales'. Terry Guillemets said, "I love my mother as trees love water and sunshine. She helps me grow, prosper, and reach great heights." And in Sarah's case, she helps to find a great bargain - elbows at the ready! @Zusnigs
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Rebecca is from Italy, she is now based in London studying International Relations and working with a human rights organisation. She's the most stylish humanitarian we know, though fashion for her is just a hobby. She combines new looks from the latest pieces with her mum's vintage brands such as her Dolce and Gabanna necklace. No matter the age, some things will always be classic, we're talking about the mum and the necklace! If our mum had a wardrobe like that we'd raid it too! @rebecca.sadr
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Joseph is a French/Italian fashion designer. At a relatively young 25 years old he is on the verge of launching his fashion brand Republique Joseph. His pants are from his label and our photographer liked them so much that he was about to put his order in for a pair and Joseph was happy to oblige! Joseph was with his beautiful girlfriend, who is a designer too and part of the brand they are launching. He has a great eye for details; when we were about to photograph him he wanted to choose where we took the shot for a clear background. Suddenly he was designer and director! Kind, handsome and talented, what a lucky girlfriend! They had a motorbike, but they walked with their helmets in their hands; even they were beautiful! @republiquejoseph
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Wenli was on the corner of Lexington street when we spotted her. It was the detailing on that Aiko studio top that caught our eye. She’s from China now in London to study branding at UAL. She was on her way to an exhibition to see her fellow students' end of year shows in Chelsea. Wenli finds inspiration from many Japanese designers and loves the galleries and museums in London. Eventually, she would like to find a job here as a graphic designer like Stefan Sagmeister who said, “You can have an art experience in front of a Rembrandt… or in front of a piece of graphic design.” There are masters in all fields of creativity, as Wenli will attest, it's all in the details. @dakinidiao
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Ayesha was happy to pose for a photo, she’s from Leicester and is a conscious fashion designer and also a steel pan player. She’s been playing since she was 6 and if you go to the famous Notting Hill Carnival you’ll see her in action! She describes her style as an Afro-Punk mashup. Her heritage is Pakistani/Caribbean, and she loves to mix up patterns. She likes to use fashion as a means to show others that it’s okay to express yourself, to help people from different cultures who may be stuck in belief systems that they might not want to be in and to bring diversity to fashion. Ayesha thinks there are many elements of the fashion industry that need addressing regarding workers’ rights and supply chains. She’s a 3rd year at Plymouth University and will be moving back to Leicester to look for a job in the industry. With that kind of passion, we're sure she'll go far!
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Australian Palani's a nice guy doing good things! He works with people who use drugs and drug-related HIV patients; crusading for their rights; he travels a lot with his campaigns for the decriminalisation and safe use of drugs. He lent us his opinion about travel style. "Big cities always give you the opportunity to look nice, he said. "When you walk in the streets the buildings are beautiful; the shops are beautiful, the cafes are beautiful", so he thinks he has to fit in that environment. Palani loves the ritual of getting dressed to go outside, and he believes creativity with your cloth provides the opportunity to meet great people - like our encounter then? He laughs! Today's wardrobe ritual was aimed at the Pompidou (his favourite place in Paris), so this is Palani's take on museum-style! @palanipics
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Ayesha was happy to pose for a photo, she’s from Leicester and is a conscious fashion designer and also a steel pan player. She’s been playing since she was 6 and if you go to the famous Notting Hill Carnival you’ll see her in action! She describes her style as an Afro-Punk mashup. Her heritage is Pakistani/Caribbean, and she loves to mix up patterns. She likes to use fashion as a means to show others that it’s okay to express yourself, to help people from different cultures who may be stuck in belief systems that they might not want to be in and to bring diversity to fashion. Ayesha thinks there are many elements of the fashion industry that need addressing regarding workers’ rights and supply chains. She’s a 3rd year at Plymouth University and will be moving back to Leicester to look for a job in the industry. With that kind of passion, we're sure she'll go far!
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Rebecca is from Italy, she is now based in London studying International Relations and working with a human rights organisation. She's the most stylish humanitarian we know, though fashion for her is just a hobby. She combines new looks from the latest pieces with her mum's vintage brands such as her Dolce and Gabanna necklace. No matter the age, some things will always be classic, we're talking about the mum and the necklace! If our mum had a wardrobe like that we'd raid it too! @rebecca.sadr
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When we caught up with him in Paris Angel was in that lesser-worn colour combo of purple and green, perhaps that's why he caught our eye. He's a philosophy student from Paris studying at the prestigious Sorbonne. The university has a rich history dating back to the Collège de Sorbonne, founded in 1257, one of the first significant colleges of medieval Paris. During the 16th century it was caught between the intellectual struggle of Catholics and Protestants and having been suppressed in the French revolution it was reopened by Napolean in 1808. Quite a varied and significant past! As for Angel's study in present times, he's interested in Emmanuel Kant and all the philosophers from the XX century from Spain. He told us he likes to live the discreet life and doesn't have a profile on Instagram, perhaps the place of study is high-profile enough!
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Wenli was on the corner of Lexington street when we spotted her. It was the detailing on that Aiko studio top that caught our eye. She’s from China now in London to study branding at UAL. She was on her way to an exhibition to see her fellow students' end of year shows in Chelsea. Wenli finds inspiration from many Japanese designers and loves the galleries and museums in London. Eventually, she would like to find a job here as a graphic designer like Stefan Sagmeister who said, “You can have an art experience in front of a Rembrandt… or in front of a piece of graphic design.” There are masters in all fields of creativity, as Wenli will attest, it's all in the details. @dakinidiao
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Erica was leaving a showroom appointment in Brooklyn when we spotted her. We loved the combination of that sweatshirt, the ruffled skirt and that fluffy bag! Erica was born and raised in Brooklyn and her family loves basketball so she grew up watching the New York Knicks, she commented that it was funny how she had subconsciously paired the throwback Knicks top with a vintage skirt in the colour of the Chicago Bulls, another team her family loves! It's not surprising to discover that Erica is a stylist and personal shopper at Boisaubin. She loves Alessandra Rich, Rosie Assoulin, Zara and Topshop but one of her favourite places to find clothes is in secondhand stores. "I love the feeling of owning pieces that come with a history of their own and I also know that when I walk down the street I won't find someone in the same outfit as me." She may like watching a competition but she doesn't have to worry about it on the style front! @eboisaubin_
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We met Sarah outside a clothes store in Amsterdam. She had just bought some accessories, which she loves a lot. We love her tote bag made from woven beads and the pattern contrast with her striped trousers. Sarah loves to go on shopping trips with her mom, and this weekend they were doing the 'sales'. Terry Guillemets said, "I love my mother as trees love water and sunshine. She helps me grow, prosper, and reach great heights." And in Sarah's case, she helps to find a great bargain - elbows at the ready! @Zusnigs
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We spotted Robert through the crowd; there was a sea of people dressed in their most elegant suits and dresses having just completed the annual tweed run. It's a 12-mile bicycle ride across London where tweed-lovers unite upon their favourite steed; whether a Pashley or a Penny Farthing. Robert explained that this was his 3rd year, and he loves it so much that he also decided to marshal. Tweed jackets are a big part of his style; he is a civil engineer, but he likes to dress with an individual look. He was scouting through a vintage shop and discovered that tweeds were inexpensive, the rest is history! Robert regularly works with a tailor to design and rework the pieces. We love how he incorporated his heritage using Kente, a hand-woven African material that the tailor refashioned into a bowtie and pocket square. It's cross-continental refinement!
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Joseph is a French/Italian fashion designer. At a relatively young 25 years old he is on the verge of launching his fashion brand Republique Joseph. His pants are from his label and our photographer liked them so much that he was about to put his order in for a pair and Joseph was happy to oblige! Joseph was with his beautiful girlfriend, who is a designer too and part of the brand they are launching. He has a great eye for details; when we were about to photograph him he wanted to choose where we took the shot for a clear background. Suddenly he was designer and director! Kind, handsome and talented, what a lucky girlfriend! They had a motorbike, but they walked with their helmets in their hands; even they were beautiful! @republiquejoseph
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Jai'me was a vision in checks when we spotted him in London, and we weren't surprised to find out that he has written for various style publications such as Stylist and Times magazine. He is followed by the likes of Vogue, Telegraph style and even our very own 'Friend Of Traffique' Galih Richardson! Jai'me loves to look dapper in many a checked and brightly coloured suit, bringing some colour to London's streets. The city has a long history of tailoring, dating back to the 1800's but Jai'me lends the look a modern edge. It's hard to miss his inimitable style and in the words of Harry Winston - “People will stare. Make it worth their while.” @jaimelondonboy
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