Will Welch, redaktör på GQ, dödförklarar gatufotograferingarna.
”If street style has been suffering from anything, it’s its own popularity. At the beginning, photographers were capturing everyday people wearing everyday clothes in a unique and expressive way. Street style has become so popular that ”real people” are now dressing for the cameras, vying to get photographed. It has become a self-aware rather than accidental culture, like reality television. The more outrageously you dress, the more likely it is you get snapped and posted online. That’s created some unfortunate style trends and an environment where the blogs are as contrived as the runways. The streets are now less ”Who, me?” and more ”Look at me!” and, as I see it, the fickle fashion world has already moved on in search of the next big thing.”
Will Welch i New York Times