Triptychs of Strangers #23, The Kharise Francis herself - London

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Story about this shot
The last encounter of the triptych kind - for this month. And also the last one I did in London.
My main experience in London: You never know what you get - that chocolate box thing. I met people who were actually too shy to even talk to. Imagine that. Even though their clothes were so flashy and screaming: “triptychsofstrangerize” me. I’ve made different experiences in Hamburg and Paris.

I have serious plans to continue in October and I might add one or two new cities to the roaster.

About this stranger
Meet Kharise Francis who is an up and coming artist ready to blow the fashion world away with her brand titled after noone else but: Damn right - Kharise Francis. A name that sounds everything but ordinary, maybe sophisticated, but ordinary(?): not so much. Sophisticated like the style of womenswear I recognized that sunday at her “stall” at Old Spitalfields market! Add original, eclectic, feminine, chic and preppy your are right at it.

Kharise targets the extroverts with her work. She could be one as well - according to her style you might not have any doubts here. But after our brief encounter I wouldn’t say so. I experienced her as calm, down to earth and unobtrusive - in style.

Get a feel how she sees the world and where I met her - tumblr.

Kharise Francis is just 22 years old and after working for the industry for a few years, she now is self employed. You can find her works all over the web even dated in 2008 - that’s quite a lot for someone at her age.

Her relationship status is single. While others get worried, this situation won't lead to problems in her life. “A relationship can be a burden in a city like London, especially if you don’t command yourself to just one sex like me. This simply doesn’t make sense to me.” (laughing)

Creativity surrounds her. While showing me her work, I had a constant feeling she puts a lot of passion and energy into fashion and especially her brand.
Who else could she be than just: The Kharise Francis herself.

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  1. green.pit 31 months ago | reply

    awesome work - as usual!

  2. m|kay (on/off) 31 months ago | reply

    genial zusammengesetzt - fantastisch!

  3. never_drink_turpentine 31 months ago | reply

    Your triptychs are all soooo freaking cool!!!

  4. jdwrightphotography 31 months ago | reply

    These triptyches always make me smile! Incredible work!

  5. Paulchen...mostly off. :) 31 months ago | reply

    Ich liebe es.
    großartig.

  6. absturz1 30 months ago | reply

    genial.
    respekt

  7. onkel_wart (thomas lieser) 30 months ago | reply

    too good to be true.
    have to do this to one of my boys ;-)

  8. Northsight 30 months ago | reply

    Brilliant! Very impressing technique and extremly inspiring!!! Love that!

  9. nicolas mithois 30 months ago | reply

    great idea ! great shots !

  10. Mic-B 30 months ago | reply

    I just love this! :)

  11. Svanny1982 30 months ago | reply

    übrigens super Idee diese Fotostrecke

  12. Victoria Penrose 29 months ago | reply

    Wow, this project is amazing!
    The details you capture are all so important for telling us more about the person, the focus and striking tones are fantastic!

  13. Stoff74 29 months ago | reply

    Love it.. cool montage! ;)

  14. bummper2 24 months ago | reply

    excellent Triptychs..love the idea!!

  15. Gregôry 24 months ago | reply

    your work is so impressive

  16. n222624v 22 months ago | reply

    Too cool!!! Instant fave!

  17. valentino * 19 months ago | reply

    bella fotografia

  18. Youtlem 17 months ago | reply

    Beautiful. Which lens did you use?

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