What a great story! From fashion observer to full-fledged participant. Your photos just exude personality and life. They appear so natural and unforced, just a moment in time captured on the street. And Anna Wintour (with smile!) has never looked lovelier. I hope, despite all your other Conde Nast gigs, that you’ll keep the original Sartorialist site for those of us who’ve been followers from the beginning. Fantastic work, Scott! Janet Spicer
Beautiful article! I love how spontaneous your journey has been! So unplanned, untaught and yet so passionately gorgeous. You are obviously blessed with an excellent eye for fashion and colours. Keep it up!
great article. you deserve the praise — and the high profile work. my only advice for staying fresh and important (at least to everyone I know) is please give equal coverage to non-insiders. please give us more pictures of every day new york.
â€śHeâ€™s the elegant voyeur of just people on the street,â€ť said Michael Hainey, deputy editor of GQ, which has signed Mr. Schuman as a contributing editor with a monthly photo-essay page entitled, naturally, â€śThe Sartorialist.â€ť
I am afraid the Hainey used the word, “voyeur”, in a wrong context… I understand where he is coming from, but I am afraid to say that word means someone who enjoys observing people in a sexual way.
sometimes we choose to make an aspect of our attire “off”, deviating from the norm. I personally love the unbuttoned button-down and think it should be hailed as a personal fashion statement, not a flaw (as some of the other comments have suggested).