Here, the best quotes from the night, because sometimes things are best left unedited: Doré: One day I was with a bunch of friends on the beach, being ourselves, just like hanging. Doré: Yeah, you can't put more than like 50 boats in there, that's it. So we started that on a whim, and my first job, the real official job -- 'official' -- was to sell croissants. Doré: I went to Paris every other month, because I told myself that if I want to be an illustrator, I'm not going to spend my time doing illustrations and not showing it to anyone. Doré: The other day I was writing, and he came in the room— Schuman: Just to move some books!
In a conversation that was just as much informative as it was funny -- Schuman's opening line: "I understand you were born in France" -- we learned quite a bit about Doré's ascent to blogging stardom. I can't breathe, I can't watch TV, I can't turn on the faucet...
‘The thing that London does more than anywhere else is that it’s-so-bad-it’s-good thing,’ he tells me.
‘In New York, the girls want to be perfectly manicured and de-haired.
When Scott Schuman and Garance Doré — two of the biggest street style photographers in the game — fell in love back in 2008, it seemed like the picture-perfect relationship.
They wrote online love letters to each other, shot campaigns together, and single- (double?
English girls love to find the most awkward thing and challenge concepts of beauty.’ A diminutive and somewhat shy Midwesterner, Schuman first started photographing stylish people in 2005 and has gone on to pioneer a genre that combines reportage with a fashion editor’s eye and an upstart sensibility.