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June 15, 2011

Get a camera strap that fits the trend attitude of the moment. Leather and oxidized silver chain camera strap, $95 at End of Century

It’s summertime in the city and snapping away street style pics for a blog is a sport now enjoyed by many a hipster.

For the inspired trend-spotter nothing kills an outfit faster than a black canvas camera strap dangling from the neck or slung across the shoulder. Never mind trying to work that into any outfit or even as a pseudo-match to your Keds.

To the rescue come unique straps by former Teen Vogue editor Sarah Frances Kuhn‘s collaboration with Cheek-ie to bring to those who care about art and fashion a little something to work with.  The straps come in wristlet or full length and are handmade in New York and part of an exclusive collection for showroom and shop hub End of Century.

If this doesn’t help you work the cam into your outfit, we’re afraid perhaps nothing will.

Streetstyle photographer Phil Oh from streetpeeper.com wears a Sarah Frances Kuhn camera strap. And look how delighted and smart he looks-!

Wristlet camera strap, $40

Classic strap in oxidized silver and fabric chord, $75

Super deluxe custom colouring camera strap, $95

Yellow deluxe camera strap, $95

Images courtesy of Sarah Frances Kuhn and End of Century

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Jordana permalink
    June 15, 2011 3:43 pm

    What a cool find Johanne. I’m surprisingly drawn to the yellow version.

    • June 16, 2011 12:06 pm

      Yellow is the new red!

      Thanks for your comment, I love these too!
      -J :)

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