A striking image captured by Sabrina Fenster, the photographer behind StreetScout––a street fashion photography blog. This image was taken in the neighbourhood of Le Marais in Paris, France during Paris Fashion Week.
A note from Sabrina:
While visiting Paris, France for Paris Fashion Week we were wandering the streets of Le Marais and came across this exquisite lady who was dressed head to toe in a monochromatic outfit consisting of only varying shades of brown. While she was so committed to this colour palette, she also effortlessly mixed prints, textures, and proportions to add interest to her outfit. She really caught my eye so I stopped to street scout her, of course! We really enjoyed our short run-in with her, as even her personality had that certain je ne sais quoi that Parisians tend to embody.
Printed in Vancouver on Fuji Crystal Archive Matte Chromogenic Paper. Mounted in a matching custom .75" antiqued gold/bronze frame. 31.5" x 21.5". Includes installation hardware. Limited edition and signed.
Sabrina has had a passion for street style photography since her early University days in 2005 when she lived in Montreal. What she was drawn to most while living there was the freedom of self expression that so many people claimed through their personal style.
Being able to express oneself through style is such an art and Sabrina loves that street style is such a relatable way to showcase trends, making them accessible for everyone.
After dabbling in street style photography on and off for about four years in early twenties, Sabrina launched my brand, StreetScout in 2011. Since then, she has progressed from being a local photographer to travelling internationally and shooting street style at the most prestigious fashion weeks around the world – New York, London, and Paris.