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"The recession made clothes wearable and buyable, which is true prêt-à- porter. "It's my goal to look like those girls who are so put together, but I have to go home and update my blog," she says.
Of course, she isn't an outsider, but she's maintained an approach to fashion that's unjaded and honest and therefore eminently relatable.
That’s one of the biggest things that Garance has taught me is that you constantly have to adjust.” “I think I shoot to inspire, I shoot to inspire me.
I think most of the time I’m always thinking, is it a photograph that I would want to look at again?
And so her packing tends to be rushed, her outfits thrown together, and her sleep hours abbreviated. Since I will be out of the office for a month, I have to be all caught up." She sighs. It's elegant to see a woman who feels good and comfortable and chic.
"And then I don't have time to shop, prepare, and I end up throwing everything in a case and going to the airport."In short, while she's been heralded for her own quirky French style by fellow bloggers and editors, she doesn't see herself appearing as tucked and specific as some of the ladies she captures. I loved the Céline clogs because they were a little bit heavy, but you could run around in them." Being able to run around is of the utmost importance to her. I am a working woman, and I love that there is a fashion that understands me."Yet for as many times as the camera is turned on her, Doré still views herself as an outsider.
If I’m successful with a photograph I think it’s because people can look at that photograph whether they’re in China or anywhere, and see something they can relate to in terms of it being a human, and then create their own dreamlike world of the image.” “When I started I was very inspired by August Sander, this German photographer who was shooting in the 30s, and 40s, even the late 20s.
Garance and I are very lucky that we get ads on our site and go out and shoot what we want everyday.Scott Schuman and his very talented photographer girlfriend and source of inspiration, Garance Dore visited Philadelphia to promote his new book, The Sartorialist Closer.There was Q&A session with some members of the media as well as a public book signing at The Barnes Foundation.I wanted the background a certain way, the lighting a certain way but everyone started doing that kind of thing, so as opposed to just being upset about that you have to evolve, that’s how you do anything.