NYFW: On the Street by Liam Saw This

Once upon a time street style was a quiet moment of passing — it was a flash of genius, a burst of creativity one would see during a tourist visit to London or New York that would slowly, eventually emerge elsewhere in the world. As the fashion world burst into the digital space, street style became its own definitive category, quickly changing the way people consider personal style and, to a point, dress.

Now a common denominator of Fashion Month, street style photographers are the first to discover developing trends and capture new designers styled by the industry’s earliest adopters.  Even our own Linda Fargo admitted to discovering 5F’s ACNE through a street style moment.  As much controversy buzzes around this element of Fashion Week, one aspect is certain: there is no simpler way to visualize fit, trends and mixing a look than by reviewing a mashup of personal style in motion.

This New York Fashion Week, we asked photographer Liam Goslett of Liam Saw This to hit the streets and spotlight what’s new and next.  From military influence and sparks of gold to pacing gentlewomen and touches of leather, Liam fastidiously followed fashion’s brigade from Lincoln Center to Milk Studios.  This is what he saw.

Look for:
Military Influence * Leather * Golden Metallics * Gentlewomen Dressing * Bold Lips * Oversized Clutches * Mishmash of Prints *

LIAM is a 20 years old photographer from Toronto. He takes photos of well-dressed people on the street.  He a very specific person.
You can follow his photographs on LiamSawThis.com

What’s your favorite trend from the street?
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