Which perhaps may be the biggest winter in over a decade, I can speak all for one to say its good that the snow is finally beginning to wash and melt away. I've got my fingers crossed though. With knee-high snow in the tri-state, lug sole shoes and boots have been my idealistic choice for my daily commute and I must say have conquered the snow and ice just as much as keeping my feet warm. This is a view of the Fluid Decorum collective embracing our hometown and its excellence as well as sartorially expressing ourselves.
With all of the hustle and bustle, the energy from NYFW is of great pleasure. From celebrities, designers, musicians, photographers, and the vast amount of bloggers, people came to experience and capture the life of runways as well as the street style that graced the city sidewalks. Technology has made it easier for people like myself to take part in the eventful fashion revival and make the experience worth wild. Due to the cold and harsh weather, the travel back of forth to the city was brutal from Jersey to the city, but focusing on street style, I was able to capture the culture and creativity of fashion-goers.
With the winter season continuously bringing in snow and frigid air, I'd like to extent to you a awesome New Year invitation and advice all of us to bundle up! Layering is the the best way to stay warm in the winter season as well as have some fun with styling within my wardrobe. It reminds me of the "Crazy Dress Day" in high school when I still tried to be stylish while wearing 3 dress shirts at once. (images by Joseph Moore)
Since 2012, I've been playing around with cameras and studying the specs of images in the fashion realm and how the clothes and people are represented. While scrolling down timelines and reading fashion magazines, the aesthetic is a mixture of quality product with beautiful people. And here's our way of displaying it also.
Women in Menswear is style portraiture we began to highlight the rarity of black beauty in fashion photography. In all of the images that are being portrayed today, WNM gives the reality of black beauty in women that exists among us and collaborates black art photography with menswear.
There is always a psychological impact on the way people see clothing and who's wearing them in fashion photography. And if true communication is to take place, it must be understood. Taking photos of people with a certain level of intimacy isn't easy, but well worth the work being put forth. Thank you A-la for being such a natural.