Street-style fashion blogs are typically my favorites when I’m looking for a bit of international inspiration – especially out of Europe – but I want to highlight a fashion photographer that I’ve been following for a few years now. She’s incredible. So incredible that I can’t even share one of her photos here — they’re too good and should all viewed back to back on her site.
The Greyest Ghost is fashion photographer Rachel Scroggins’ “visual diary.” Cannot recommend it enough. I look forward to her fashion week coverage more than my regular glossies. She’s a talented photographer, but my favorite part of following her blog? The behind the scenes shots of the hair and makeup being applied to the models! The finishing touches on designers pieces! Seeing the final pictures of the models on the runway!
Reading? Or, is it recommended digesting? Either way – visit The Atlantic’s In Focus section for a superb display of globally relevant photos.
The site features pictures of wartime and peace, celebration and heart-choking violence. Its rather unbiased representation of new stories in which it allows the photos to speak for themselves is moving on its own. But add the discrete narrative that the Atlantic adds to each series of photographs and you have an absolute must-read in my mind.
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