Karim and his dog Pierre were out for a walk in Paris when we spotted them. We love his natural style, simple with playful elements, like that cartoon clutch - although Pierre wasn't looking too impressed; we are sure he'd prefer to be walking than listening to fashion chat! Karim told us that he works for a significant social media agency, and upon investigation, we discovered that he's the owner and the agency's primary directive is fashion, which makes perfect sense! Karim's inspiration is RiRi, the queen of experimental dressing; maybe she can convince his Pierre that style is fun! @elkurdikarim
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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
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We spotted Yeva rushing down Canal Street; she was running late to her job as a model for the Dolce Couture show. She is signed to Elite models and has walked on catwalks all over the world. Yeva told us that she didn't like her current accommodation or the Tribeca area, then she saw an empty cab, and in a flash of yellow, she was gone - fashion moves fast! @prettycreepy
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Kinyan is from Hong Kong but he's now in London to pursue his design career; he studies menswear at University of the Arts. He loves the small central district of Soho and Brick Lane in the east, both creative hubs full of eclectic street style! Kinyan quotes Yohji Yamamoto as one of his favourite designers, he's known as a master avantgarde tailor who once said, "I think that my men's clothes look as good on women as my women's clothing." Well, if your designs can reacher wider audience why not? Food for though Kinyan, good luck with your studies! @kinyanlam
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Karim and his dog Pierre were out for a walk in Paris when we spotted them. We love his natural style, simple with playful elements, like that cartoon clutch - although Pierre wasn't looking too impressed; we are sure he'd prefer to be walking than listening to fashion chat! Karim told us that he works for a significant social media agency, and upon investigation, we discovered that he's the owner and the agency's primary directive is fashion, which makes perfect sense! Karim's inspiration is RiRi, the queen of experimental dressing; maybe she can convince his Pierre that style is fun! @elkurdikarim
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Kinyan is from Hong Kong but he's now in London to pursue his design career; he studies menswear at University of the Arts. He loves the small central district of Soho and Brick Lane in the east, both creative hubs full of eclectic street style! Kinyan quotes Yohji Yamamoto as one of his favourite designers, he's known as a master avantgarde tailor who once said, "I think that my men's clothes look as good on women as my women's clothing." Well, if your designs can reacher wider audience why not? Food for though Kinyan, good luck with your studies! @kinyanlam
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We spotted Yeva rushing down Canal Street; she was running late to her job as a model for the Dolce Couture show. She is signed to Elite models and has walked on catwalks all over the world. Yeva told us that she didn't like her current accommodation or the Tribeca area, then she saw an empty cab, and in a flash of yellow, she was gone - fashion moves fast! @prettycreepy
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Yannis was working her look on Portobello Road. This famous street is the place to visit if you like antiques and from Friday to Sunday, it's lined with stalls selling unique clothes and accessories. Yannis was visiting from Hong Kong and apart from her studies in the social sphere, she collects shoes; is she the Imelda of Hong Kong! She explained that she loves the fashion scene in London. Imelda Marcos said of her famous shoe collection, " I did not have three thousand pairs of shoes, I had one thousand and sixty." If you want to be on a par Yannis, shop til you drop; Portabello's a long road!@1_9_9_6_y
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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
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Marina comes from the party Isle, Ibiza but nowadays she's focused on her studies. She's a student of History of Art at Goldsmiths University. The university has a long history; what began as a 12th century guild for goldsmiths, silversmiths and jewellers is now a world-renowned teaching and practice-based research centre. Its alumni are just as impressive, from Damian Hirst to Steve McQueen, Marina in league with a highly-talented list of designers. Presently she works at installation artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien’s Studio. With foundations like these Marina's achievements are set for solid gold! @Lil.mew
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Karim and his dog Pierre were out for a walk in Paris when we spotted them. We love his natural style, simple with playful elements, like that cartoon clutch - although Pierre wasn't looking too impressed; we are sure he'd prefer to be walking than listening to fashion chat! Karim told us that he works for a significant social media agency, and upon investigation, we discovered that he's the owner and the agency's primary directive is fashion, which makes perfect sense! Karim's inspiration is RiRi, the queen of experimental dressing; maybe she can convince his Pierre that style is fun! @elkurdikarim
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Marina comes from the party Isle, Ibiza but nowadays she's focused on her studies. She's a student of History of Art at Goldsmiths University. The university has a long history; what began as a 12th century guild for goldsmiths, silversmiths and jewellers is now a world-renowned teaching and practice-based research centre. Its alumni are just as impressive, from Damian Hirst to Steve McQueen, Marina in league with a highly-talented list of designers. Presently she works at installation artist and filmmaker Isaac Julien’s Studio. With foundations like these Marina's achievements are set for solid gold! @Lil.mew
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We spotted Yeva rushing down Canal Street; she was running late to her job as a model for the Dolce Couture show. She is signed to Elite models and has walked on catwalks all over the world. Yeva told us that she didn't like her current accommodation or the Tribeca area, then she saw an empty cab, and in a flash of yellow, she was gone - fashion moves fast! @prettycreepy
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A jin's look was simple and sophisticated in lines and palette. She is from Korea and was visiting one of her friends in London and exploring the city when we spotted her. A jin was appreciating art at Tate Modern, based in a former power station on the banks of the Thames, this gallery holds and art from 1900 through to the present day and with its new extension is now one of the largest modern art museums in the world. We wonder if A jin was there to see the Picasso exhibition? Back in her home-city of Busan she works at her Dad's cafe called "Black". Perhaps the name influences her sartorial choices! @@a_jin__k
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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
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When we spotted Jeanne she was talking with a friend outside the Bar des Près by renowned chef Ciryl Lignac at Rue de Dragon. She loves Céline and enjoys mixing all the seasons. We would be happy to wear those culottes whatever the weather! Jeanne is the owner of "L'Uniform" Bags, luggage and daily accessories. Her great sense of style reflects in her beautiful brand comprising of classically designed satchels and other functional pieces for stylish adventurers. What she appreciates the most are great quality and materials that produce beautiful and long-lasting products, which perfectly sums up L'Uniform. She's conquering the accessories world, no wonder Rue de Dragon didn't phase her! @jeannesignoles
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Kinyan is from Hong Kong but he's now in London to pursue his design career; he studies menswear at University of the Arts. He loves the small central district of Soho and Brick Lane in the east, both creative hubs full of eclectic street style! Kinyan quotes Yohji Yamamoto as one of his favourite designers, he's known as a master avantgarde tailor who once said, "I think that my men's clothes look as good on women as my women's clothing." Well, if your designs can reacher wider audience why not? Food for though Kinyan, good luck with your studies! @kinyanlam
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Lorenzo was swishing through the streets of Berlin when we spotted him. He’s originally from Venice but moved to Berlin in September 2016 to start his modelling career. Lorenzo appreciates how modelling gives him the opportunity to see different and amazing places. He loves coffee and shopping, and it’s apparent in his clothes that he likes to express himself through his style ‘and through my charisma’, he says. His style recipe is to mix crazy pieces with everyday things. As for the palette, he loves black and white. On this occasion, he chose to wear a white shirt and black trousers, based on the silhouette that they created. Then he decided to add extra shape and colour with the kimono jacket. For Lorenzo, boots are a must whatever the season and his motto in life is ‘Le Freak C’est Chic! Nile Rogers coined the famous line with his band Chic who were invited to Studio 54 by Grace Jones. When the doorman denied them access, they thought it was crazy, as their songs regularly played in the club. And so one of the most memorable disco tunes was created, for all the underdogs, individuals, the people who want to stand out or just be themselves, including Lorenzo, this tune is for you, continue being true to you, that's what makes life interesting! @iamlorenzoboscardin
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Yannis was working her look on Portobello Road. This famous street is the place to visit if you like antiques and from Friday to Sunday, it's lined with stalls selling unique clothes and accessories. Yannis was visiting from Hong Kong and apart from her studies in the social sphere, she collects shoes; is she the Imelda of Hong Kong! She explained that she loves the fashion scene in London. Imelda Marcos said of her famous shoe collection, " I did not have three thousand pairs of shoes, I had one thousand and sixty." If you want to be on a par Yannis, shop til you drop; Portabello's a long road!@1_9_9_6_y
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We caught up with Xiaopeng in Paris. She told us that she is there to study cinema stating that legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick is her favourite. 'The reasons why he's inspirational are his framing, his way with light and image. He is awesome', she said. We agree! Kubrick is frequently cited as one of the greatest directors in cinematic history. His stunning set designs and cinematography never fail to amaze. We wonder if cinema plays a part in Xiaopeng's style? She commented, 'I like to dress like this because I have personality! She certainly seems self-assured in her look and has a knack for mixing up the high street and high end. Kubrick said, 'the truth of a thing is in the feel of it, not in the think of it.' We wonder what Xiaopeng feels about being on this side of the lens! @137hymin
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