i discovered a folder of images on my computer that i saved from the sartorialist ages ago, along with an incredibly huge folder of vintage design (i mean, what am i going to do with all of this?) considering how popular the last fashion + art post was (and how much i enjoyed doing it) i thought it would be fitting to smash some more together.

Vintage Sartorialist | Miss Moss
Vintage Sartorialist | Miss Moss
Vintage Sartorialist | Miss Moss
Vintage Sartorialist | Miss Moss
Vintage Sartorialist | Miss Moss
Vintage Sartorialist | Miss Moss
Vintage Sartorialist | Miss Moss
Vintage Sartorialist | Miss Moss
Vintage Sartorialist | Miss Moss
Miss Moss: Vintage Sartorialist

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  1. So clever! I remember when this last image was featured – he was so taken with this girl! Love how she’s rocking back on those lovely heels. Be Optimistic! Cool message.


  2. mad about this kind of thing..definitely more often, please! (Reminds me of the pairing you did with the Erdem floral dresses and your flower photos from Paris – genius.)

  3. Hi Miss Moss, I recently discovered and totally love your blog! This one was especially nice with the old labels and cute outfits fitting so perfectly. Ditto to comment about Be Optimistic’s heels!

  4. This is AMAZING. One of my all time favourite posts, the colours match perfectly, its like it was meant to be. I’ve had to save a few and might feature them on my blog (linked to you, of course) if that okay? xx

  5. A blast from the past! I have so many of the same images saved. It’s nice to see these faces again and be re-inspired.

  6. Man, you’re good. I forgot he shot Wes back in the day. So great…

    Our tastes are so on par it often alarms me. We bookmark all the same things! ;)

  7. I love how you paired up the posters with the fashion photos! You’ve got such a great eye for this!

  8. Haha, I have lots of these saved on my computer, generally slowing it down. Love the combinations as well as Wes and Garance. x

  9. These are fantastic and are making me see the street style shots in a whole new way. Looks like you’ve got some great material filed away in your vintage design folder – what a clever way to use it!

  10. Oh, I love this! This is very similar to what I show on my blog–each outfit has an inspirational artwork attached to it. Very well done!

  11. Love love love your blog!

    You were featured on A Cup of Jo (http://joannagoddard.blogspot.com/) and that’s where I’ve come from; just thought I’d let you know where the new readership was coming from hehe :)

    Looking forward to your future posts.

  12. Impressive. Love this idea. Love the sartorialist. I twittered this link so I could spread your clever around.
    I found your blog via refinery29. & now I’m a fan.

  13. Found about your blog on brainpickings, and what a great blog you have! You should make a career out of it ;-)

    Great typography on your labels too ! Bookmarked.

    Ps. I think we all want more !

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