NOVI SAD – on the street, 05/16/07





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  1. gloria says:

    I like those loose black pants on #3 girl.

  2. Anonymous says:

    somebody please give these people an H&M or something.

  3. MuchoMaas says:

    The last girl looks somewhat like Geri Halliwell.

  4. Anonymous says:

    hmmm think i prefer london- it is different but in a good way
    maybe too stereotypical though?

  5. I’m not too fussed about these… though I did like the pixie cut.

  6. Anna says:

    Wow unique..

  7. tut says:

    so musch different from my world… amazing :)

  8. Anonymous says:

    anonyme 2:55…” an H&M or something”??? for god sake! we visit this blog because we NEED to see people with cool ideas and a personal aesthetics of “fashion”…not some bloody catalogue shots!!!

  9. Candid Cool says:

    The 1st man is amazing

  10. Anonymous says:

    @anonyme 11:44: Well said! Who needs fashion which is as globally uniform as those pileable white plastic chairs?

    Looking forward to photographic accounts of the Belgrade Cavalli armada.

  11. Maria says:

    ++ A person from the planet of priest

  12. ayu says:

    wheeew…
    watta fast update!
    thanx a bunch…

  13. Bojana says:

    When we walk in Novi Sad and see popes my mom always tells me this joke : Huso se setao po ulici, i napao jadnog popa i istuko ga…posle viknu ” sta je Betmene, nije tvoj dan? “

    Huso was walking down the street and attacked a pope and hit him and then screamed “so Batman, not your best day huh?”

    It’s so silly but always gets me smiling

  14. Anonymous says:

    The man in the first picture is not a “pope” as bojana translated — he is a parish priest. i’ve always been fascinated by their style which has remained untouched by time. the umbrella is very unusual though — very cool.

    btw, bojana that joke doesn’t work in english, maybe because it’s not that good even in serbian.
    never try to translate humor, dear girl.

    i also resent the “give these people an h&m” comment — there is so much wrong with that kind of thinking i don’t know where to start. h&m to me is a scary style hydra which appropriates every single cool thing that anyone has ever throught of in terms of what they would want to wear and then mass manifactured it. while i appreciate the fact that you can get all kinds of cool stuff for cheap thereby proving that fashion doesn’t have to belong to the rich elites, i also think that because these products and h&m styling is so standardized, it’s one of the biggest culprits of this “global fashion” that is so disheartening to me……click on any streetstyle webpage from argentina to zambia and i guarantee you there will be everyone and their mother in skinny jeans, palestinian scarves, misshapes haircuts, tape/rainbow printed hoodies and ironic hotdog earrings. or shitty polyester dresses cinched with wide belts and wearing black leggins and vintage shoes. boring.