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New York Fashion Blog Treats Homeless Man In The Most Epically Hopeless Way

by | 15th, February 2014

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WHEN Scott Schuman published a picture on his Sartorialist fashion blog of a homeless man in New York, he called it “NOT GIVING UP”:

I don’t usually shoot homeless people. I don’t find it romantic or appealing like a lot of street photographers, and if you asked homeless people they are probably not to happy about their situation either. That’s why I was surprised to be so drawn to taking a picture of this gentleman.

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And then the comments came:

Chou Chou Design:
I find Homeless people having the most creative style a lot of times. The way they layer/ coloring/ mixing patterns are so powerful! I always find them inspiring. You said this photo isn’t about fashion. What is Fashion anyway? I thought this is pretty fashionable.

I never know when I am going to be moved. “…hasn’t lost his need to communicate and express himself through style.” Well put. This blog is the perfect example of style and substance. Thank you.

the F word
i want thsoe boots!!!!!

It’s so easy to believe that homeless people are down on their luck, but really they have a freedom the rest of us in society do not. The chaos of uncertainty can yield a freedom that eludes the

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