The Style Gallery is a great new way for you to view, love, and share outfit photos. It’s meant to showcase all the expressive, creative, and inspirational personalities of our community!
Photo by Joel Meyerowitz, courtesy of the Howard Greenberg Gallery
It may be a controversial view, but when it comes to street style photography, my favorite aspect isn’t the amazing ensembles, but the city backdrops that play an ever important supporting role. And what better backdrop is there than ever alluring New York City?
In the new book, Joel Meyerowitz: Taking My Time, we gain glimpses of the legendary photographer’s time strolling the streets of the Big Apple as he captures the changing landscape of the city’s fashion, attitude, and culture during the ’60s and ’70s. Meyerowitz’s work not only embodies New York life during the era, but planted the seeds for some of our favorite street style photographers today.
Photo by Joel Meyerowitz, courtesy of Phaidon Press
What city landscape do you find most inspiring?
arts and life, New York, vintage photography
I love these photos! Especially the ones in color!! I find the San Francisco landscape the most inspiring–it’s what made me move here when I was 20!!
Oh hey, Taking Back Sunday. I’ve never seen the original photo before. Quite compelling in black and white! Film had such a nice quality back then. The noise makes it look almost like it’s drawn. Thanks for sharing ModCloth!
Wow! Same as Kristine, I never knew until now where Taking Back Sunday album cover’s from! The pictures are awesome, I especially love the first one
i love the first picture. It makes me feel nostalgic… even though i wasn’t alive then.
Another Taking Back Sunday fan here! It’s a very striking image.
Email (will not be published) (required)
© 2016 ModCloth, Inc. All Rights Reserved.