Sarah Frances Kuhn, Accessories Editor at Teen Vogue, is clearly no stranger to the ornamental. With thousands of pieces of jewelry, massive amounts of bags, and several closets full of shoes passing through her office each day, we're betting there isn't much Sarah hasn't seen. Well, not quite—the editrix, who is constantly running from one showroom to the next, could never find a chic way to carry her camera. So, after a little bit of experimenting, the Nashville-to-NYC transplant switched out the generic straps for some suede, nylon, and metal handmade straps that look like quilted Chanel chains gone downtown. At first, she made them just for friends like Molly Surno, Elizabeth Spiridakis, and Louise Ingalls Sturges, but now she has a full-on line, SFK. There's black-and-gold for traditional shutterbugs, a bright pink for the ultra-girly snapper, and a psychedelic, multicolored option with colorful beads for a pap that really wants to pack a punch. If you're as snap-happy as us, now there's no reason for your camera to be any less fashion-forward than your pics—plus, at just $30, the straps saves you the $2K sticker price of a 2.55!
We know you want your camera straps to be as memorable as you! Just share the best picture you think you've ever taken on our Facebook page— and three lucky winners will grab some gorgeous straps gratis (above).
SFK straps, $30 each, are available on Sarah Frances Kuhn's blog.
Photos by Sarah Cates