I'd also like to note that it took FOREVER to find many of these photos, as most street-style photos were the same: thin, tall, and white. This problem is so bad that many think runways are now more inclusive than street style. Specifically, street style omits body diversity and people of color, and there are more than enough think-tank pieces that discuss WHY mastheads, editors, photographers, and staff need to be more diverse. As we continue to push for more inclusivity on the runway, diversity needs to exist off the runways with photographers, brands, influencers, and people being photographed. It's not always about the name or title (many of these photos didn't even have names attached to them, which is why some are identified and others are not).