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Snap! 27

glorious Friday at last – I hope you’ve had a grand week!


This chilly-looking street style shot by The Sartorialist is looking pretty inviting after a cooking hot week in Cape Town – I love the combination of camel and black, it’s just a softer version of the more stark black and white monochromatic palette. I think I’ll be wearing more of this for our upcoming autumn. It seemed the perfect Snap! match for this close-up detail of a Marni woven leather and satin clutch. See more from my regular Snap! series here.

Have a great weekend friends!

style of New York

the other day I posted about HONY – Humans of New York – the fascinating site where ordinary people are photographed in NYC with a snippet of their life story. We all have stories, it’s what makes us human. Do you find yourself people-watching and letting your imagination drift, wondering what their unique story could be?


Always a fan of The Sartorialist, Scott Schuman has an innate ability to capture the essence of a person and his inimitable street style portraits could perhaps very well be called Stylish Humans of New York. Aka, SHONY. *ha! I don’t think I’ll pitch the idea to him just yet* My point being…his portraits hint at the story behind the person, their unique tale behind the pose which is photographed. I gathered a few images from his New York collection and wondered what stories these women might have to tell…







all beautiful images of interesting women…but I wonder what their story is?