Street Style of JSTREETSTYLE
Our featured post today is about street style photographer and stylist Pat Lyttle. If you haven’t heard, this is the street style photographer to watch. Pat is based in London. We at StyleCartel creative team have been working with Pat on numerous different projects.
Street Style Photographer to Watch: Pat Lyttle
We’re currently discussing more projects. Pat Lyttle has been in the game for a while now like 00’s era. He’s worked at Getty Images for over 10 years, and understands the street style photography like no other. You might recognise him as the personal photographer of his muse Harper Silin. Harper Silin is a newcomer Asian fashion blogger. Or you may recognise him as the street style photographer with the slicked back jerry curls and a well-tailored dapper suit.
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Iwas fortunate to have styled one of the coolest and possibly best dressed attendees of #londonfashionweek #lfw The face in lace. The amazing @harper_silin seen here arriving at a show, shot by #PatLyttle of #JSTREETSTYLE #harper the #vintage #vintagefashion #queen of #lace doing her thing. Many thanks for your kindness and cooperation Harper. Always a pleasure. ???
Who is Pat Lyttle of JSTREETSTYLE
He stands out in a crowd. Having worked with Pat, he is truly a visionary. Even with the way he talks it’s very smooth. We did our first editorial test shoot exclusively for the zine New Face Asha Mohamud. We also worked on a personal project. I, myself love streetwear but I wanted to present myself as not only a model/streetwear/vintage shopper but also a high fashion blogger.
Pat has made it possible for me, by being one of our photographers in hand. Pat also specializes in vintage luxury fashion/Asian fashion. He has a serious kick for Asian Fashion. And I don’t blame him, most of the fashion money is coming from Asia. Pat also has a blog, where he talks about the street style photos he’s taken of fashion peeps. If you ever scroll through his blog, you’ll find his muses, and also very fashionable people.
Fashion isn’t a hobby, its a lifestyle.
More images by Pat Lyttle