Atlanta is a style hotbed. Anyone that denies this is either a recluse on par with Emily Dickenson, fashion illiterate, or a hater*. In a city that is more of an archipelago of neighborhoods than a homogenizing melting pot, fashion always smacks of place. I have long thought there needs to be a blog like The Sartorialist in Atlanta to document the city’s stylish folk. Then, lo and behold, I met Cameron Adams, the man behind Atlanta Street Fashion.
A more recent transplant to Atlanta, Adams was involved in a similar project in Chattanooga with great success. His keen eye and well-curated Flickr set documents iconoclasts in Little Five Points to tweedy business types in Buckhead, as well his travels. Particularly unique is how Adams’ fashion atlas highlights the happenstances of style, photographing storefronts, flora, and public art that pulls out the neighborhoodness of each person.
Check out his full Flickr photostream to see all his work.
*As we know, haters are going to hate.