Yes, You Can Now Watch The Sartorialist At Work

It's a bit ironic that we layer on clothing in order to reveal who we are. But, perhaps nobody captures that everyday process better than famed fashion photographer Scott Schuman. He roams the world capturing individuals who stand out, not because they're trying to, but because their clothing functions as a second skin. And, you can find all of his shots on his renowned blog, The Sartorialist. (Yeah, we think you've heard of it).
But, as of today, you can watch Schuman at work in the newest AOL On series, The Sartorialist. The set of 12 videos will show us exactly what inspires some of the very best street style there is — and we're talking all over the world.
In episode one, Schuman distinguishes between Milan, where there's a "commitment to elegance," and New York, a place that's a bit more unpredictable. And, in episode two, we visit the bullfighters of Spain, where the juxtaposition between a beautiful, embellished uniform and a seemingly rough sport is highlighted.
Sound like a good enough excuse to take a break from all of that work you've got piled up on your desk? Watch the teaser, below, and then head over to AOL On if you like what you see. We've got a feeling you'll be bookmarking this one.

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