Monday, July 14, 2014

Philadelphia Street Style: Leah, Chestnut St

Leah is a stylist and choreographer on her way to work when I stopped her. She describes her style as "chic, classy, and very outgoing and fun." She's influenced by looks from the 1920s and 1950s, and likes wearing things that can make an easy transition from daytime to night. 
As we were conducting the interview after our shoot, some dude with a dinky DSLR came up to us, interrupted, and asked Leah if she might be interested in modeling for him. She seemed kind of annoyed with him and disinterested, but was polite anyway and took down his information. It's true that Leah is a great model to work with, but dude, your timing was way off!
In these shots, Leah is wearing a dress from a vintage store that she got "for like ten bucks." I'd tell you what the shoes were, but I couldn't make out the brand from the transcript. A marching drum core was moving down the street past us, rendering the whole interview process much more difficult than normal. Philadelphia, don't you know that you're supposed to stop what you're doing and just be quiet already when I'm conducting interviews? I mean, geez, I've got a job to do here!

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