Paris street style

Paris: A Retrospective*

100 Paris Street Style Posts.

Usually when I’m interviewed, I’m  either asked to pick which city is my favourite to shoot or my favourite fashion week destination. The funny thing is, New York, London, Paris, (and Milan, I suspect) all have very distinct positives and challenges. But if someone were to ask me which city yielded the best results, the answer would be Paris street style, hands down. In longstanding Lord Ashbury tradition, as this is my 100th post entitled Paris, I have made a composite of my favourite Parisian images to date.

Enjoy and TGIF!


Nikki Sutton - Paris street style
Camille Charrière - Paris street style
Place Vendôme
Rue Monsigny
Paris street style
Le Grand Palais
Sara Moschini - Paris street style
Anna Dello Russo - Paris street style
Rue de l’École de Médecine
Valentina Siragusa - Paris street style
Boulevard des Invalides
Paris street style

Top photo: Louboutin | Le Grand Palais.
photo 2: Nikki Sutton | Tuileries.
photo 3: Camille Charrière | Rue Cardinet.
photo 4: Place Vendôme.
photo 5: Eva Ana Kazi? | Rue Monsigny.
photo 6: l’Opera, Paris.
photo 7: Nayoung Keem | Le Grand Palais.
photo 8: Sara Moschini | Malesherbes.
photo 9: Ana Dello Russo | l’Opera.
photo 10: Tania Braukamper | Rue de l’École de Mèdecine.
photo 11: Lenny Kravitz | Bercy.
photo 12: Hanneli Mustaparta | Tuileries.
photo 13: Valentina Siragusa | Rue Cardinet.
photo 14: Wara Juana Gutierrez Mamani | Boulevard des Invalides.
photo 15: Tuileries.
photo 16: Niels Oostenbrink & Linda Tol | Tuileries.


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  • AlexsFashion

    Love the new look and the photos, but I do have to say it is a little annoying that you only see parts of them because they are so large they don’t fit on one screen!
    xoxo Alex

    • lordashbury

      Hi Alex,

      The editorial posts are certainly big. I wanted them to be oversized—when pouring over fashion books I prefer the big ones, pages that you can’t really take in with one glance and are better when one has to comb over the entirety of it. All of the photography books that I own are huge, and so I wanted to find a way to emulate that through my long presentations here.

      That said, the regular Daily posts will still retain the original spec that was in the previous format, so no worries there!

    • AlexsFashion

      Am glad to hear that! :D
      But I see what you mean with the oversized look, but still think they loose some of their impact if they cannot be seen in their entirety. With big fashion books you can always take a step back and still perceive them as a whole!
      Ah well-I still love your stuff ;)
      xoxo Alex