Sartorialist and garance dore dating
After leaving his position as director of men's fashion at his showroom to take care of his daughter in September 2005, he began carrying a digital camera around and photographing people he saw on the street whose style he found striking.
He then posted these to his blog, sometimes with short comments, always either favorable or open-minded.
They wrote online love letters to each other, shot campaigns together, and single- (double?
) handedly disproved that whole “don’t mix business with pleasure” rule.
Although he points to their differences in upbringing for ultimately causing the breakup (“I can’t blame her for anything, she’s the way she is because of the way she was brought up, and I’m the way I am because of the way I grew up.”) Schuman said things are totally fine now.
That's good to hear, because New York Fashion Week is coming up again...
The blog allowed Garance a complete freedom of expression, while sharing the vignettes of her day and exploring fashion, illustration, narration and photography.
These two were among the first photographers to embrace the idea of documenting what folks wear on the street—Scott’s the man behind The Sartorialist, and Garancé runs her self-titled site that started out with a street style bent—but they also made the fashion world swoon with their cuteness when they became a camera-wielding power couple.
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Later he attended Indiana University, graduating with a degree in apparel merchandising and a minor in costume construction.
If you’re familiar with the world of street style, you’re likely familiar with its reigning king and queen, Scott Schuman and Garance Doré.
He is well known for photographing what have been described as 'real people.' Schuman began his site with the hopes of connecting fashion and everyday street life.