Obsessed with street style? You won’t want to miss our new video series

We are big fans of street style. Huge! What’s not to like? Seeing how “real” people dress, like non-celebrities with full-time stylists!, on a day-to-day basis is both inspiring and fascinating. During the last New York Fashion Week, for example, there were tons of distinctive outfits to see, many of which were photographed by vogueResident street style photographer, Phil Oh. And now, in a brand new series of videos, vogue takes a closer look at the stories and feelings behind some of the world’s most eccentric and best-dressed people.

The new “Streets of…” video series will highlight a unique style across the world, going beyond the still photographs we know and love. We seek to discover what inspires someone’s aesthetic, as well as capturing the stories behind how they cultivated their vision. Think of these videos as moving portraits, capturing not only fashionable subjects, but also the atmosphere and moment in which they live. The series kicks off with a look at edgy New York outfits outside of fashion week. . It is one of the fashion capitals, after all, not to mention a melting pot of different cultures, backgrounds and sartorial sensibilities.

New York’s most eclectic dressers have a serious knack for mixing high and low, and new with vintage. An elegant person put her touch on a vintage silk scarf given to her by her husband’s grandmother; Another layered a Knorts asymmetric strappy top over a Jean Paul Gaultier vintage leopard print fishnet t-shirt. Statement accessories also took center stage, with cameos of Mowalola hats, Telfar bags, Camper puffy shoes and Antoine Manning bags. Another subject, sporting this latest handbag in bright yellow, said it best: “There’s nowhere in the world that’s got style like New York.”

Watch the full video above and you’re welcome ahead for some serious wardrobe inspiration.

Director: Billie JD Porter
Director of photography: Andrew Maso
Photographer: Aidan Doyle
Editor: Evan Allan
Senior Producer, Vogue: Jordin Rocchi
Associate Director, Creative Development, Vogue: Alexandra Gurvitch
Associate Director, Creative Development, Vogue: Billie JD Porter
Cameraman: Bernardo Garcia Elguezabal
AC: Jack Kelly
Audio: Amelia Palmer
Associate Producer: Natalie Harris
Production Coordinator: Ava Kashar
Production Manager: Kit Fogarty
Executive producer: Romeeka Powell
Senior Director, Production Management: Jessica Schier
Associate Editor: Justin Symonds
Post-production coordinator: Jovan James
Editor-in-Chief: Kameron Key
Post-production supervisor: Marco Glinbizzi
Director of content, production, Vogue: Rahel Gebreyes
Senior Director, Programming, Vogue: Linda Gittleson
Executive producer: Ruhiya Nuruddin
Vice President, Digital Video English, Vogue: Thespena Guatieri

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