'This book is fantastic! Jonathan Daniel Pryce has raised the bar for international street style photography.' – Sir Paul Smith
Garçon Style – Delve into New York, London, Milan and Paris with close to 300 street–style images by the award–winning photographer Jonathan Daniel Pryce a.k.a GarconJon. From impeccable tailoring to vintage finds, these evocative images capture the myriad ways men in the fashion capitals express themselves sartorially. Featuring a foreword by Paul Smith and interviews with a selection of each city's most stylish men, Garçon Style is a stunning showcase of menswear today.
• Amazon Bestseller in Street Photography books •
Praise for Jonathan Daniel Pryce
'There is energy in Jonathan's work. He understands how to capture the zeitgeist without making a big fuss about it. Jonathan is a great photographer.' – Dylan Jones, Editor, British GQ
'Jonathan has managed to create a unique form of photography that melds something lyrical with something journalist, blurring the line between reportage and poetry.' – Nick Wooster, Creative Consultant
'Jonathan manages to capture those impossible moments where easy candour and the perfect light source seem to meet. His images have a stillness I find really beautiful.' – Jo Ellison, Fashion Editor, Financial Times
'Jonathan's subjects are refreshingly varied; his pictures give you much more than cues on who's wearing what this week.' – Nick Sullivan, Fashion Director, Esquire
'A stunning showcase of men's street style today and a beautifully curated source of menswear inspiration.' – SAND magazine
About the Author
Jonathan Daniel Pryce is a London based photographer specializing in fashion & street photography, with the popular street style blog GarçonJon. His clients include Vogue, GQ, and Penhaligon's. He is the author of 100 Beards.
"Pryce captures not just the fashion or the style but the mood, spirit, and aura of each of these fashion capitals. All the images are shot outdoors with no recognizable landmarks in sight, but if you have ever been to any of these cities then you can feel what he visually conveys. . . To all those who are sartorially focused or interested, Garçon Style is most definitely a worthwhile read and addition to your library."-New York Journal of Books