5 street style portraits of the fashion week crowd

Models. Editors. Bloggers. Street style photographers. Wrap them all up in the broader term of influencers. Whilst doing my running around at the fashion weeks this spring 2014 season, I found time to have a bit of a chat with (and take a street style portrait of) 5 such people. Or rather, they found a bit of time for me.

One takes beautiful street style photos for Harper’s Bazaar US. One has walked the runway for the likes of Prada, Marc Jacobs and Chanel. Two have amassed countless fans and followers for their stellar personal style. And one is our own Editor In Chief (and hey, he’s pretty stylish too).

This all for my latest guest post over at Witchery‘s blog, the W Edit. You can view the whole post here.

Camille Charrier street style

Above: Camille Charrier photographed in Notting Hill. Also featuring Svea Berlie, Daniel P Dykes, Doina Ciobanu and Diego Zuko.

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