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Flash bulbs are the drug of choice during New York Fashion Week, for everyone from the models to the editors to the random passers-by outside the shows. Thus, there is much dressing for the camera, hoping that a lens focuses on the flamboyance. Each day during NYFW, we'll bring you the most obvious photog bait, as snapped by us.
Paging Advanced Style! Look who we found, slowly making the photog rounds outside of the Tents; it's Tziporah Salamon, a New Yorker whom T Magazine recently highlighted as one who "elevate[s] dressing into an art form."
Salamon walked her Bianchi bike (good choice!) and thoroughly lapped up the attention. As you can see from the photo, there's hardly a single person in the plaza not looking at her.
The photo above turned out rather nice, and again all eyes are on Tziporah. Apparently she gives classes on how to dress with interest..and we mean "dress" in the sense of properly building an outfit to tell a story.
Check out the video from Advanced Style below, for more on Tziporah's story.
· The Art of Dressing with Tziporah Salamon [Advanced Style]
· Lincoln Center Makes Street Style Photography Easier Than Ever [Racked NY]
· All Fashion Week Spring 2011 stories [Racked NY]