Fashion week seems almost like a distant memory, but the street style photographers who inhabited the streets of these chic cities for over a month are still at home downloading and editing their pictures. They have literally thousands upon thousands to sift through—so wouldn't you love to know what really caught their eye on this sartorial marathon?
We got in touch with our favourite London-based sidewalk snappers to find out what made their shutters click and their hearts flutter. More than just a cool outfit or your average straight up shot—in fact, you'll see many of these photographers have chosen cropped, intimate landscape shots—these are moments in time. Scroll down to see what they chose and why. Then keep going to shop some of the key pieces that make these looks zing…
"This is Irina Lakicevic in New York after the Tommy Hilfiger show standing above one of the city's many steam drains. I love it because it has some sense of atmosphere and feels like an actual moment rather than a contrived shot. Also it's about the space she is in as well as her outfit. She is also wearing those Vetements jeans (surely the jean of the season, so many people wore them!)." — Vicki Adamson
"Here's Soo Joo Park after the Jeremy Scott A/W 16 show in New York. I chose this image as it reminds me of how cold it was in New York this season, but when the snow fell it made for chaotic, dramatic but beautiful scenes like this one outside of Penn Station." — Phill Taylor
"I love to take shots with graphic colour and lots of energy—this picture, taken in the gardens of The Tuilieries Palace in Paris of fashion blogger Yuwei Zhangu of YuYu Fashion Book, sums that all up." — Kirstin Sinclair
"This is blogger Nicole Warne of Gary Pepper Girl after Stella McCartney at Paris Fashion Week. I love the image as it captures a moment—she wasn’t posing, just walking when something caught her attention and she turned around. In my opinion there are four elements which make a great street style photograph: the light, background, personal style and capturing natural a natural pose or movement." — Suzanne Middlemass
"There are a few reasons why I love this image. It was shot in a brief moment of calm just after the Sacai show. I like that Pernille Teisbaek has looked up from her phone for a second. That there is pattern clash with the background. And that it is hard to tell what time of day it is. It is actually about midday but because the light was low she is being lit by both the daylight and the lights from the café." — Dvora