Fashion culture has always been divided into groups and titles. The industry is defined by labels and categories that control the clothes and those who wear them. However, style is more organic, and as the industry and culture grow its followers prove that the style has no label and no age. Here are some clothing curators that proves style is universal:
This German photographer rose to fame with his unconventional photos of “Gramps”. Gramps can be seen sporting street style fits with brands like Supreme, Nike, Stussy, and Adidas. His style is anything but antiquated is is characterised by neutral colors and dressed up skater cuts.
Little Coco is nothing short of a miniature style maven. Her harajuku style is completely her own and she is able to make the children’s clothing anything but childish. She maintains her own style and her own Instagram account where she coordinates both her poses and compositions for each outfit upload.
Professor Lyn Slater defines rose to fame simply being true to her own style. Her life is one that people of any age can envy. When she is not teaching at Fordham University she is running her own fashion blog to share her style picks and modeling for the likes of Valentino and Uniqlo.
Zuri serves both New York street syle and face in her crisp city style. Her IG bio reads : WHY FIT IN WHEN YOU WERE BORN TO STAND OUT, and stand out she has since diapers with her signature curly natural hair and uptown fashion.
Simple looks. Profound style. Her account is equal parts visual pleasure in the form of sketches and design and fashionable fun. Evita Nuh’s placid aesthetic is so warm and great inspo for anyone trying to spice up their fall and winter looks. Blog: The Creme De La Crop