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16 February 2011

Photographic Memory: NYFW Told Through a Lens





What makes New York Fashion Week memorable? Is it the presence of fashions finest? Or the runway shows that make the fashion gods quiver with pride? NYFW is an all-encompassing function that unifies all of fashion's remotest ties. It's about the outfits, the style, the color, the people, the shows and most of all what can be said without saying anything at all.



Phil Oh, of Streetpeeper.com captures the moments that say the most amidst the chaotic and colorful streets of New York during the imperious week that reigns fashion's social and cultural airways. Oh took to the streets and expressed the eminence that his street style photography innately possesses. His eye for style combined with his photographic background allows him to create an image of NYFW that is impossible to dismiss.


Oh is contracted with Vogue.com, and is the street style eyes that encapsulates the looks and secures the reminisce of NYFW 2011. Look for an upcoming article about Oh and his journey to street style at http://www.snapixel.com/magazine. His street style photography can be found on his website http://www.streetpeeper.com and on http://www.vogue.com.

All photos courtesy of Vogue.com, shot by Phil Oh.

1 comment:

C.E. McAuley said...

I love the use of the visuals to tell a story here. Very effective and compelling use of space. At the same time the reader gets info about fashion and fashion photography.