Thursday, 7 June 2018


The Street Style Image Report

The middle season of fashion week events is under way, with a full 
schedule of fashion events in full swing. First up we'd like to share 
with you, the images we managed to capture at the recent #GFW18

As you know, we at JSTREETSTYLE have been brining you street style 
from London, Tokyo, Paris for many years. For a decade now to be exact.
We love street style and street fashion, street snap, and all its other guises
this visual form of appreciation of individuality is, in its love of fashion. 

At Graduate Fashion Week 2018, as usual, students don't often have 
lots of finance and vast budgets to play with. Often they have to be 
frugal in their approach, but they do manage. 
Sadly over recent years, the trend of dominance of the firm grip of 
that of the High Street giant fashion chains, is really easy to spot. 
Less vintage style offerings, less statement individuality, but more brands.

Yet we can and will share with you titans of individuality in style, 
such as the creative style legend that is Londoner Daniel Listmore
A living walking statement of art at its very best. Who says British 
eccentricity is gone, or even negative in anyway. It's alive and kicking 
and is very much on a world stage, shining like a beacon of style.

Please enjoy the images from outside the event that was #GFW18
 The amazing Daniel Listmore
Another amazing statement of style is we spotted was Jamie Windust
Model and Editor in Chief of FRUITCAKE magazine.
 This is fashion graduate Amber Sheffield from Bolton, wearing a pice she 
designed focusing on grotesque feminism, celebrating unconventional beauty 
that plays on femail identity and the identity of animals.
 This is Aran from South Korea. She wears a a creation from Singapore 
fashion designer JUN from his JUN London collection based on inspiration 
from London underground.
 This is Lifei from China. She wears a knitwear jacket by YSL, 
worn with vintage shorts
 This is Lifei Huang. She wears a Holister lace top, Chinese/Thai style trousers,
a bag by Ted Baker and shoes by Moda in pelle
 Rounding off this particular post with three funky youg women from 
Osaka japan.

All images featured in this blog belong to and are shot by 
Pat Lyttle  of  JSTREETSTYLE 

These images are copyrighted and belong to Pat Lyttle of JSTREETSTYLE.
You cannot use these images unless permission is given.

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