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7 Street Style Photographers You Need To Be Following

7 Street Style Photographers You Need To Be Following

Photographers snapping Anna Dello Russo, the editor-at-large and creative consultant for Vogue Japan.

While all eyes may be on the runways of New York, London, Paris, and Milan for the latest fashions, you should avert your eyes to the streets for some serious #stylegoals. These seven blogs capture the eclectic, the chic and most importantly, wearable looks that models-off-duty, style bloggers and everyday folk wear around their respective city streets. Next time you’re looking for some fashion inspiration, let these blogs be your new source. Don't forget to tell us which fashion blogs you follow in the comments.


Tommy Ton

Tommy Ton of TommyTon.com.

Tommy Ton is arguably the biggest name in the street style game. Since bursting onto the scene in 2005, he became synonymous with street style photography. For the past decade, Ton has captured the magic of Fashion Month for his former blog Jak & Jil and major fashion publications such as GQ and Style.com. Readers quickly recognized his detailed images of international fashion editors, models-off-duty and your non-fashion industry subjects alike. Starting this month fans of the 31-year-old photographer can get lost on TommyTon.com, the new independent street style blog which will include over 15,000 original images, interviews and weekly photo updates.

Ton snapped Polish model Anja Rubik during Paris Fashion Week.

Three models off-duty during Paris Fashion Week.

During Paris Fashion Week Fall-Winter 2015.


Garance Doré

Garance Doré is photographed on the streets of New York City during a photo shoot with Zara.

While she started off as a fashion illustrator it was the launch of her eponymous blog in 2006 that catapulted Doré to the forefront of the street style movement. On garancedore.fr you can find regular posts about fashion, beauty and travel along with engaging interviews from interesting fashionistas. The ability to work with different mediums including photography, video and illustrations is why her blog attracts millions of monthly viewers and why she works as an in- demand creative consultant for luxury houses and companies. 

Felicity Sargent on the streets of New York City.

A photo of Skye Stracke from 2007. Talk bout #ThrowbackThursday. 


Adam Katz Sinding 

Photo by Sean Jones.

Adam Katz Sinding is the man behind the very popular photo blog Le 21ème, pronounced Luh Van-Tay-Un-Eee-Em. Since 2007, the self-taught photographer has traveled across the globe capturing the sartorial adventures of models, It girls and editors for Le 21ème and for just about every major publication in the book. The site's tagline is "this is not a street style blog," which may or not be true, but if you've been known to get lost on Pinterest and Tumblr then you have probably found your next visual addiction.


Rosie Huntington-Whitely on her way to a fashion show during Paris Fashion Week.


Bill Cunningham

New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham and the subject of the documentary Bill Cunningham New York gearing up to photograph a New York fashion show. Image by Scott Schuman of the Sartorialist.

Before Garance Doré and Tommy Ton emerged on the fashion scene, there was Bill Cunningham. As the originator of street style photography, the longtime fashion fixture has captured stylish New Yorkers since 1978 for The New York Times. Even Anna Wintour shared with Vogue readers, "that we all get dressed for Bill. He's been documenting me ever since I was a kid. And it's one snap, two snaps or he ignores you, which is death *laughs.*" If his weekly column is not enough to satisfy your taste for style then add the fashion documentary "Bill Cunningham New York" to your next Netflix binge session. Below is a video of Cunningham discussing trends he photographed for the Time's "On the Street" column.  


Vanessa Jackman

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Australian lawyer turned London-based professional photographer, Vanessa Jackman is one of our new favorite sites to peruse, mostly because she shoots real people and fashion style stars alike. Her photos have a beautiful light and airy vibe which make her blog easy to get lost on . When she's not snapping stylish people on the street, she's shooting editorial work that can be found in international glossies including Grazia and Moon magazines. 

Dutch model Saskia de Brauw, after Louis Vuitton, Paris, March 2013.

Danish model Nadja Bender, after Isabel Marant, Paris, March 2015.

Peruvian model Juana Burga, after a fashion show, NYC, September 2014.


Caroline Blomst and Daniel Troyse

In 2005, Caroline Blomst and her boyfriend Daniel Troyse co-foundered popular Swedish style blog, Stockholm Street Style to showcase the minimalism that Swedes are known for embracing. After finding international success, the duo eventually developed Caroline's Mode, a more comprehensive fashion website that covers runway trends, trend forecasting and offers style advice. 

Yvan Rodic

Before Leandra Medine was repelling men, there was Swiss photographer Yvan Rodic, better known as the FaceHunter, who was at the forefront of the international street style movement. Rodic offers a mixture of coverage ranging  from casual street style in Peru to haute couture coverage during Paris Fashion Week. He has gained such a large following that he published not one, but two books of his photographs and commentary.


Get the Camera Gear

Garance Doré uses a Cannon 5D Mark III.

Adam Katz Sinding of Le21ème: Nikon D70, Nikon D2X, Nikon D3, Nikon D3S, Nikon D4, Nikon D4S, Nikon F6, Leica M8, Leica MP Type 240, Leica S Type 006, Hasselblad 205FCC, and Mamiya 7.


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