Thank you for posting it on your site so that everyone can see! :) Finally we get to see you in action!! The still photos come alive.. The clip is great! It’s like watching the making of our favorite movie! Thank you ABC for giving us a feel of what the Sartorialist goes through to bring us these wonderful shots.. It’s very interesting to see the reaction of the ppl.. Omg imagine if they turn this into a reality show! It would be amazing lol
I’ve always wondered what you say to people when you take their photo…do you tell them it’s for your blog. I’d also love to know how often people don’t want you to photograph them. Really enjoyed the video.
My friend and I watched the clip in a coffeeshop instead of doing homework and loved how we were able to go “behind the scenes!” We love looking at your posts and get inspiration from it (which is sometimes hard on a midwest college campus — well I guess the midwest in general).
p.s. your hair does look great. p.p.s. you should do a college edition post!
i second Carlene’s comment… totally would have love to watch an hour of that show.By the way, you are a hot looking man!!! i can’t wait to go to New York in January. Keep doing what your doing, hopefully one day get a chance my picture lands on your blog. LOL :)
Great segment! I always did wonder how things went down on the street…average people with above average style, or above average people with conservative style…at turns guarded, amused and, hopefully, flattered. You have a dream “job” — not many can say the same. Keep up the terrific work.
Oh, really enjoyed that webcast! I mean… I’ve been wondering how you’d approach people and how they’d react… Because usually what we see here is the “polished” endproduct. It’s nice to see that some concious giggling was before that. Very down to earth. Also, it was fun to see you. I only know this blog, so had no idea. And yeah, Dickie Greenleaf indeed comes to mind!
I think a big thing about what you do is that you make people smile, and that shines through the photos. I would imagine someone having a crappy day and you telling them you want to take their picture, and this would probably cheer them up! Congrats on the video!
Sart, I just saw the ABC video. You’re soooo cute– loving the hair! Didn’t realize how hard a job it is to spot stylish people and even run after them! I admire your guts and spunk. ;) Luuuv your blog!
thank you so much for posting the link to your ABC special. i look at this site everyday, and it’s so nice to finally hear you comment on the work you do, and to see you in action. things really seem to be taking off for you lately; i wish you continued success!
Congrats! You’ll soon be so popular and in demand that you won’t have time for this blog anymore. I hope that doesn’t happen. You deserve every success you’ve received. Loved seeing how you actually get the pictures!
Thanks for posting the vid, as an international fan without access to ABC, I never would have caught it otherwise.
Great little segment! Very interesting to see the action. And what a fantastic way to keep fit.
A couple of posters mentioned a Sartorialist college edition and reality show…both good calls…especially the show…the action, the trials and tribulations, the travel and balancing family life. The Jamie Oliver of style! I’d be tuning in religiously.
I had to go and look at the video on the ABC News site. That was great! Too short! Scott, you look different on TV than on your pics. You are handsome. It takes guts to go and ask these people to take a pic of them!I was back in my hometown (Paris) 2 weeks ago. I saw a girl who was wearing fantastic-looking patent leather tall, flat boots. Could not resolve myself to ask her where she got them. So I love to see that you’re just going for it!
Congrats! So chuffed for you! I think you should get your own TV show, how cool would that be?! You are so lovely to people, there’s no way they can say no to you! ps. I think I’ve fallen in love with the chap with the crew cut – mmmm gorgeousness personified – he was so worth the chase! Thanks! Lise