The striped tie and the plaid trousers, skirt is lovely. And then all the little things that are “off” that makes it so on. The boys collar being up with the tie and the ‘high water’ trousers. The girl wearing her tie in the belt is killing me, love. Her shirt is a little too big, his a tad small. And the joy in their faces. Oh wonderful. Thank you.
Not a contrived thing with their expressions.
Love the nonchalant way they wear their uniforms.
Sweet how he leans in to get closer to his pretty friend.
I bet this picture was loads of fun to take. Nice.
Perfect example of why its important not to care too much about clothes. The impression you leave on people is much more about the smile on your face and the energy you bring to the people around you than about having every item you’re wearing in place.
These kids are the anti-fashionistas and I really like that more non-fashion people are showing up in other photographs Scott has shot in India. It reminds me more of the people imaged in the first years of The Sartorialist.
The majority of subjects in the past couple of years are fashionistas, the wealthy elite of the fashion world. It makes sense for being a photographer in the fashion world to cater to corporate fashion leaders.
For me, its photographs of people like these kids heading to/from school that keep me coming back to this website.
Yes, I agree Dik Dik,
I like seeing the real people on the streets and how they interpret the fashion options of the day, more than the models or those attending fashion week events. But all are interesting, only we ordinary people, more so