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SLUMFLOWER – A Short by Street Etiquette and VSCO

Men’s lifestyle website Street Etiquette and Visual Supply Company recently got together to produce a short for Street Etiquette, laying out their history and creative process. Narrated by Joshua Kissi of Street Eiquette, the short follows him as he explores some of New York’s locales including The Bronx Museum, Saturdays NYC and Carson Street Clothiers. The unique sartorial styles that developed out of the city are further developed in SLUMFLOWER, a recent visual editorial by Street Etiquette that centers around a 10-year-old boy who explores beauty and growth while challenging misconceptions about public housing and their inhabitants.

Date: Sep 18, 2013  /  Views: 4960  /  Author: Nate Bodansky
Category: Arts  /  Tags: Photography, Street etiquette, Vsco, Editorials