The Brilliance Of Creativity
We were captivated by Sara’s beautiful pink and purple trousers swishing by us just outside of the Albion Café on Boundary Street in Brick Lane. Little we knew that we had just bumped into the coolest lady of the experiential-events scene. Sara is a one of a kind pioneer in her field. Her company produces all of the on-schedule shows at London Fashion week, basically every single big designer at the shows on the Strand! Sara is much more than uber-stylish, she’s a trend-setter and entrepreneur. We were thrilled to meet her, document her look and corroborate that style shines when mixed with brilliance. @blonners_sarablonstein
Paul & Leigh
Photographer
Inspiring Encounter
When we first saw Seunghoon we recognised the perfect example of self-expression through style. He has an impressive fashion sense that goes beyond looks and actually dives into the history and philosophy of trends and style. He’s a student of gender studies, currently working on a research project that explores the androgynous look of the 80s. One of our favourite topics! We could sit and chat for hours trying to answer those questions like where did it come from and how did it evolve? It was just mystical to bump into this rare sort of style-enlightenment by mere chance. Voilá, it happened in Paris, of course. Seunghoon tells us that he loves to walk the streets of the city and discover people that self-express themselves in unique ways, sound familiar? yes, we are soul-mates Seunghoon. We loved his 80s Japanese 'Yamamotoesque' style and were mesmerised by his holistic self. @gwakgrandmere
Cristobal 8a
Photographer
Style In A Suitcase
Natalie was taking a break from charming Florence where she studies retail merchandising. She loves it there but feels it's a bit too small, especially when compared to London. However London, on the other hand, it's so vast that we don’t even know where it starts and where it ends. It takes a long time to really get to know it. But Natalie seemed to get the hang of the city very quickly. We caught her doing a street art exploratory of Shoreditch with camera in-hand. She describes her signature style as 'modern classic city style.' She often puts together monochromatic, neutral pieces as they are easy to mix and match especially when travelling with one small suitcase. Natalie is originally from Minneapolis, so she knows a thing or two about suitcases and travelling. @nkgunnink
Paul & Leigh
Photographer

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