I have lots of internet favorites but no site gives me the of-the-moment style like The Sartorialist . (If you haven't already added his site to your Google reader, you should!) Scott Schuman, aka "The Sartorialist," truly captures what is happening in fashion at this moment in time with his...

>> Intel followed The Sartorialist's Scott Schuman around just before the holidays to produce a seven-minute short documentary on how he works. As the film shows Schuman going for a haircut, walking around Manhattan and stopping people on the street for photographs, he talks about how street...

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who's filling her shoes these days?" Scott Schuman's new documentary film (Fashionologie) "Intel followed The Sartorialist's Scott Schuman around just before the holidays to produce a seven-minute short documentary on how he works... he talks about how street photography is something he...

What were some of your goals for this project? As with all well-designed modern classics whether fashion, furniture or objects, the design goals are often similar which are based around creating products which have a high functional and visual life expectancy... Furniture like denim is...

programmers at Intel to collaborate and co-develop new ways to communicate, create, inform and entertain is going to be amazing." The relationship ties in with Intel's "compute continuum" vision, in which more and more devices will compute and connect to the Internet, and the company's...

Director and costume designer Rachel Klein has created a gorgeous off-Broadway production that brings to visual life in NYC. With an award-winning team of scenic designer Robert Andrew Kovach and lighting designer Ben Kato, the show has a gorgeous aesthetic of vintage gears and maps and...

Intel followed The Sartorialist's Scott Schuman on a regular day just before the holidays to produce a seven-minute short documentary on how he works, and how he is who he is. As the documentary shows Schuman goung for a haircut, walking around Manhattan stopping people on the streets for...

Intel's latest commercial is a seven-minute documentary profiling Scott Schuman, a.k.a. The Sartorialist. Titled "A Visual Life," it's well worth watching. Not only is it pretty, but the gentlemanly street-style photographer also shares some gems on his profession, such as: "It seems odd, but...

 

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