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I think I love shooting in Milan, it’s what I like to call narrow and deep.
I mean it runs from Cavalli to Armani and that’s about it, you have a little more sexier part and a little more classier part, but the variety of it within that narrow scope is just so incredibly beautiful.” What quality must a blog have for success? Once I started shooting all I had to teach myself to do was to clearly communicate what I felt about that thing through the photograph, that I didn’t have to write very much, that anyone could pick this up and go oh ok I get it.
"What I would like fashion month to be like or what it's actually like?
That’s one of the biggest things that Garance has taught me is that you constantly have to adjust.” “I think I shoot to inspire, I shoot to inspire me.
I think most of the time I’m always thinking, is it a photograph that I would want to look at again?
If I’m successful with a photograph I think it’s because people can look at that photograph whether they’re in China or anywhere, and see something they can relate to in terms of it being a human, and then create their own dreamlike world of the image.” “When I started I was very inspired by August Sander, this German photographer who was shooting in the 30s, and 40s, even the late 20s.
His shots were very straight up and down, so I was very inspired by that."The recession made clothes wearable and buyable, which is true prêt-à- porter. "It's my goal to look like those girls who are so put together, but I have to go home and update my blog," she says.Of course, she isn't an outsider, but she's maintained an approach to fashion that's unjaded and honest and therefore eminently relatable.If it’s not something that I think I’d want to look at again then I don’t know if I’d take the shot or I have to work to take the shot in a way that’s going to inspire me.” What he thinks is the most inspiring city to shoot fashion in?