A beautiful ex-model from Brooklyn NY photographs fashionable New Yorkers and puts them on her blog called nycstreetfile.com. Her work has been published in Harpers Bazaar and Elle Magazine among many more. Every year she works New York City’s Fashion Week, which is a huge event held in February and September and generally lasts 7 to 9 days. Every year she photographs the beautiful and fashionable people of the world. The models and designers are outlandish, gorgeous, extravagant and sexy, but this year she was only interested in photographing fur.
Chantal, who often contributes to The Huffington Post, is participating in the magazine’s cheeky plan to disrupt New York’s Fashion Week by photographing dogs in this year’s fashions. Says Adair, “It’s like having dogs make fun of fashion week in a way, because it’s been the same thing over and over again for me. Photographing the dogs is like a completely new experience,” she said. “It felt like the first season I picked up a camera [at fashion week].”
Chantal says it’s much harder shooting dogs than people: “You don’t know how long you’ll have before they won’t be interested, and you have to massage them to keep them calm and hope you can get a shot in before they yank the clothes off.”
She plans to publish the pictures in a book, which she hopes to have published soon. ‘Til then, you can see them on her new Instagram feed @thedogstyler.