Love street style? Then you’ll love these fashion photographers.
You might think February is one of the most boring months of the year, but when it comes to fashion it couldn’t be further from the truth.
After an incredible start at Copenhagen Fashion Week in January, February sees a whole host of catwalk shows and events happening in New York, London and Milan, while Paris Fashion Week happens in March.
There’s always plenty to get excited about from inside the shows, but we all love street style. Fashion icons around the world line up at Fashion Week in their best outfits, some changing multiple times a day.
The trends spotted on the streets then make their way to the pages of fashion magazines, informing many trends you’ll see on the high street. So while you might not consider street style as informative as the shows, it shouldn’t be forgotten.
There are a handful of photographers that work tirelessly to capture the best looks on the streets, so if you don’t want to miss out, it’s a good idea to follow them ahead of Fashion Week.
Here are our favourites.
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Street style photographers we love
Morgane Maurice is a French photographer living in London. You may have spotted her street style shots in Vogue, Who What Wear and Fashion l’Amour magazine.
Maurice’s Instagram offers a stylish glimpse into Fashion Week, keeping her followers constantly updated to bring you the most stylish looks straight from the shows.
Style du Monde
Acielle is one of the biggest street style photographers in the world, so chances are you probably already follow her Style du Monde account.
The Vogue contributer founded Belgium’s first street style website Style du Monde in 2008 after studying Fashion photography and Art Direction for Fashion at the University of the Arts London (UAL): Central Saint Martins, and there’s now very few designers she hasn’t shot for.
Canadian photographer Tommy Ton captures the best of the best street style across the globe, with his brilliant work being published in publications including Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, GQ and countless more.
Ton is also Creative Director of Deveaux, an American luxury brand exploring the idea of the uniform for both men and women.
Scott Schuman’s fashion photography as The Sartorialist has earned him over 1 million followers on Instagram.
Arguably the most famous street style photographer on the planet, Schuman has dropped four books (including one with Taschen), while his work can be found at Victoria & Albert Museum and the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography’s permanent collections.
You can expect to see a new look every day over on his Instagram account, so you’ll always have a hit of fashion to brighten up your day.