Eyeshot Magazine #4

Street Fashion

“Street Fashion” is the fourth issue of Eyeshot Magazine, published in December 2019. For this edition, the curator and Editor-in-Chief Marco Savarese asked five guest photographers to build a complex story on tendencies, excesses, cultural and social differences on the urban catwalks from all around the world.

The guest photographers explored a fashion far from haute couture, but that is not unrelated to the Fashion System mechanisms. Eyeshot “Street Fashion” looks like a Fashion Week with no red carpets nor celebrities.

The last two sections of the issue celebrate the winners of both the London Street Photography Festival and Aussie Street Photography Festival.

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Eyeshot “Street Fashion” is published as a one limited-edition print run of 500 copies, limited in both quantity and quality. Since Eyeshot was founded, we made it our mission: hand-numbered and autographed publications represent the essence of our brand.

Eyeshot “Street Fashion” is printed on Fedrigoni X-PER paper and measures 21×27 cm when closed. In total, it has 188 pages featuring 130 Street Photographers.

Front cover by Graciela Magnoni. Opening text by Veronica Gabbuti.

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01 Tavepong Pratoomwong Eyeshot
© Tavepong Pratoomwong
21 Elena Alexandra Eyeshot
© Elena Alexandra

Suzan Pektaş

Suzan Pektaş is the first guest photographer invited to give her insight regarding Street Photography and fashion. She declares that style and expression construct a fairly crafted social identity.

Her selection of photographers:
Alexander Bronfer, Bobby Beasley, Damian Milczarek, Efi Longinou, Gareth Bragdon, Gisele Duprez, Ilan Burla, Ione Saizar, Isabel Corthier, John Wha, Jonė Reed, Joseph-Philippe Bevillard, Julia Coddington, Larry Cohen, Orietta Gelardin Spinola, Peter Kool, Pierre Belhassen, Polly Rusyn, Sergey Neamoscou, Taras Bychko.

© Joseph-Philippe Bevillard

Graciela Magnoni

As the second guest photographer, Graciela Magnoni looks at fashion in Street Photography with an almost opposed view to her colleague. There is no such thing as style, for that it exists only in the viewer’s eyes.

Her selection of photographers:
Alison McCauley, Ana Carolina Fernandes, Andrea Torrei, Charalampos Kydonakis, Danielle Houghton, Elena Alexandra, Jérôme Lorieau, Margarita Mavromichalis, Maude Bardet, Melanie Einzig, Melissa O’Shaughnessy, Michele Liberti, Michelle Rick, Nicolas Portnoï, Pau Buscató, Philippe Blayo, Silvia S. Hagge, Sofía Sebastián, Vanessa Pallotta, Ximena Echague.

18 Melissa OShaughnessy Eyeshot
© Melissa O'Shaughnessy
14 Andrea Torrei Eyeshot
© Andrea Torrei

Gustavo Minas

Gustavo Minas approaches the theme with a different insight. Mystery, drama and open narratives are his guides, and they lead him to very specific outputs.

His selection of photographers:
Alfredo Oliva, Bruno Cunha, Bruno Leite, Craig Whitehead, Fabio “Fagu” Costa, Fernando Zerbinati, Gustavo Rosas, Hudson Rodrigues, Iraklis Kougemitros, Kaio Bastos, Lorenzo Catena, Lucas Kappaz, Léo Berne, Maria Kappatou, Nico Ferrara, Nika Fadeeva, Rammy Narula, Sylvain Biard, Tulio Cerquize, Yoshitaka Kashima.

© Alfredo Oliva

Tavepong Pratoomwong

The fifth guest photographer, Tavepong Pratoomwong, associates fashion with customs. He chooses to represent cultures blending into one another.

His selection of photographers:
Artyt Sun Lerdrakmongkol, Athanasios Antonakopoulos, Barry Talis, Bex Day, Bojan ‘Chibsterr’ Nikolic, Herry Hermawan, Issaret Chalermsopone, Jamie Fyson Howard, Julie Hrudova, Justin Sainsbury, Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet, Kanrapee Chokpaiboon, Larry Hallegua, Matt Stuart, Noppadol Maitreechit, Piotr Kaczmarek, Sakulchai Sikitikul, Siegfried Hansen, Tara Chand Gawariya, Vineet Vohra.

04 Vineet Vohra Eyeshot
© Vineet Vohra
05 Matt Stuart Eyeshot
© Matt Stuart

David Gibson

Last but not least, David Gibson takes a stand on the eccentricity that surrounds us in the urban environment at all times.

His selection of photographers:
Ali Kate Cherkis, Dan Szpara, David Solomons, Dougie Wallace, Gregory Girard, Jasmin Gendron, Jonathan Higbee, Lee Atwell, Maciej Dakowicz, Mark Alor Powell, Michael Goldrei, Niall McDiarmid, Nils Jorgensen, Paddy Summerfield, Pauliana Valente Pimentel, Ronen Berka, Sam Ferris, So.aSa, Todd Gross, Willy Spiller.

© Dan Szpara