One of our favorite pass times (when we’re not selling & renting gorgeous homes!) is scrolling through the culmination of international street couture as curated by Scott Schuman- founder/blogger/photographer for the acclaimed “The Sartorialist” blog. Beyond his blog, Scott’s work has been featured in the glossy pages of mags like GQ, Vogue Italia and Interview- not too shabby! After leaving his position as director of men’s fashion at Bergdorf Goodman to take care of his daughter in September 2005, he began carrying a digital camera around and photographing people he saw on the street whose style he found striking. He then posted these to his blog, sometimes with short comments, always either favorable or open-minded. He is well known for photographing what have been described as ‘real’ people from the streets of Milan to the runways in Manhattan. The Sartorialist quickly became a regular read for fashionistas, both on the street and in the upper echelons of the industry. Scott continues to inspire us at LKRE, encouraging us to push past conventional fashion, urging us to take our own personal style to the next level. Who would have ever thought that a native kid from Indiana who used to work at Chess King would become an international fashion icon?