It’s a sunny day when Jennifer Mesk, the photojournalist behind Humans of Asheville, sets out across the city that serves as her muse. Spotting a group of interesting-looking characters on Patton Avenue, she motions to them, then indicates her camera. They smile curiously, and she crosses the street. “Hi,” she says, smiling. “Can I take your picture?”
Watch a slideshow of some of LAAFF’s most stylish attendees.
Just because Bele Chere is quieter on Sunday doesn’t mean it’s any less stylish.
Festival fashion takes over downtown Asheville. This is just the beginning.
The warmly-received documentary about New York Times fashion photographer and Streetstyle blog innovator Bill Cunningham opens at Fine Arts Theatre this Friday.
Mixed prints and flip-flops, seen on Wall Street.
White slip dress paired with slouchy suede boots and necklaces. Seen on Lexington Ave.
Groundbreakers and mentors from the fashion discipline of this year’s HATCH festival sent their designs down the runway. The show, held on Saturday at the Grove Arcade, took up the entire north end of the building and featured shoes, jewelry, apparel, hair and makeup, fashion photography and the work of a stylist.
HATCH fashion mentor/stylist/creator of Charleston Fashion Week Ayoka Lucas tweeted a number of images of Asheville streetstyle and fashion inspiration.
This weekend, Asheville Streetstyle takes a look back through the past year. In photos, of course. And with musical accompaniment courtesy of local band Wages. Click through for the slideshow.
Happy holidays, all you stylish Asheville people! Here’s a look back at some of the best Asheville Streetstyle images from the past year.
A recap of some favorite summery looks from Asheville Streetstyle.
Visit Asheville Streetstyle for new images by Xpress photographer Jonathan Welch
Kimela’s dress is from Goodwill and her shoes are borrowed from a friend. Photo by Julie Tracy.