The Edwardian Bill CunninghamReported by Glam on Saturday, 4 August 2012 (on August 4, 2012)
Manolo says, from the Best Newspaper in the World, comes the remarkable series of photographs, taken by Edward Linley Sambourne, the turn of the last century photographer who seems to have pioneered street fashion photography. Street blogging may be considered to be a modern phenomenon, but a series of images unearthed by Kensington and Chelsea Libraries prove that the practice may date as far back as the early 1900s. The Library service has published several wonderful images by the late amateur photographer Edward Linley Sambourne, who was also the chief cartoonist for Punch, which give an amazing insight into the street style of the woman of London and Paris over a century ago. Sambournes beautiful street photography captures the casual side of Edwardian fashion in a manner which is rarely seen As the Manolo says, the photographs, taken in London and Paris in the first decade of the 20th Century are remarkable in their unstudied candor and casualness. Look, she has the bicycle, just like in the Sartorialist! Ayyy! Careful, young lady! You will get run over by the omnibus! And now, the Manolo commands, you must go see all of the photos at the Daily Mail.
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