December 31, 2012


Photo Credit: Street Etiquette
 Travis Gumbs and Joshua Kissi of the Street Etiquette duo have always fascinated me with their panache to set fashion trends or simply be comfortable in the skin that they are in.

Founded in 2008, Street Etiquette is a style blog that approaches personal style from an urban perspective. With sartorial influences stretching over many areas and eras of fashion. Joshua and Travis, combine to publish a truly unique vision of fashionable menswear. Among other accolades, Street Etiquette has been featured in magazines such as GQ and Complex, ranked Best Men’s Style Blog by the Guardian UK, and named among “40 Bloggers Who Really Count” by the London Times.

With their latest creation, the “Travel Etiquette” web series, these cultural bloggers recognize that clothing is a cultural movement. “Our travel etiquette series was started on the notion of ‘How do you live in your clothing/style?’ rather than the clothing itself” explains Joshua.

The SE team’s first stop on this journey was Luanda, Angola in Africa. On their website they shared so many stories and amazing visuals that transported you to the places that they visited - the markets, clubs, schools - that put you in the midst of the people of Angola.

It has actually inspired me to add this destination to my travel itinerary!

Visit their website - get comfy and check the pictorials and videos. Be sure to subscribe to their site for future updates on this series.