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|Wednesday, 01 August 2012 21:00|
For several years now street fashion photography has been fueled and exploited to the fullest. Photographers like Tommy Ton (Jak & Jil), Phil Oh (Street Peeper) and Jason Jean (Citizen Couture) are no longer unfamiliar names for those who love the fashion world (and even some not), because their careers have been bizarrely growing while your blogs are filled with images of editors, celebrities and other bloggers in Prada heels, Alexander Wang handbags and earrings Miu Miu.
One of the greatest exponents of this branch is the American photographic Scott Schuman, the mind behind the popular blog The Sartorialist (which even has versions alternate), who is releasing his second book, The Sartorialist: Closer. Their first entitled simply The Sartorialist was published in 2009 with great success (a copy rests on a shelf in my house). For the month of August, Schuman returns to the world of publishing with a volume of 512 pages that presents all these people well dressed that draws attention from the streets of Japan, Korea, London, Milan, New York and Paris, among other metropolis in the world.
The Sartorialist: Closer is available in two covers, one in male and a female version, and also offers a deluxe edition boxset complete with the book in hardcover. You can pre-order any of the volumes ( female , male , Deluxe Edition ) at Amazon and wait until August 29th to get it sent home. Inspiration made book, I do want mine.