Our Street Style Showcases On UK Digital Billboards
Street Style goes big scale for JC Decaux’s BeFrameus campaign
One of our 2014 highlights was having a collection of our exclusive street style photographs shown across the UK on a grand scale. Outdoor media giants JC Decaux selected nine of our fashion muses to appear on their digital billboards in train stations, tube stations and major shopping centres; launching to coincide with London Fashion Week SS15 last September. Read more about JC Decaux’s pioneering outdoor editorial #BeFrameUs campaign.
Sava Ionut Daniel is a fashion PR, he wears a Florin Dobre suit.
Jenny Creedon, a nutritionist pictured in Islington wears kimono and top from QED London, jeans from Bershka, and vintage shoes and glasses.
Jay XYYX is a stylist and wears Topman shirt, trousers and shoes, Versace scarf, Madhatter hat, Brick Lane glasses.
Adam Walmsley, hair stylist at Kennaland, aged 31. He wears Levi’s jacket, Edwin blazer, YMC cords, M&S shirt and Grensons shoes. Pictured in London Fields.
Emma Coady is a stylist and an assistant manager at Paul Smith pictured in Notting Hill, she wears Jack Wills dress, Steve Madden sandals and Mulberry handbag.
Harry Bartlett is a fashion photography student, he wears Topman suit, Versace shoes, Zara bag and Virgin Blak hat.
Natasha Rose, marketing manager at Visit Britain & owner of The Pirate Baker, is pictured on the Millenium Bridge. She wears Ray Ban sunglasses, Hudson shoes, Louis Vuitton bag, Urban Outfitters skirt and vintage top and shirt.
Clemente Blanco is a fashion merchandiser from London Bridge. Pictured in Notting Hill he wears H&M jacket, vintage top, Cheap Monday jeans, Clarks shoes and Ray Ban glasses.