Some of the most fashionable people aren’t walking the runways in Milan and Paris; they’re strutting down the streets in cities across the world. Photographer Ari Seth Cohen highlights the world of stylish, chic and interesting older men and women, and it’s created a movement. Discover how he uses his photos to create conversations about vibrant, active aging.
Photographer, blogger, author and now filmmaker Ari Seth Cohen has created a global movement celebrating the ageless spirit of fashion and creativity.
Whenever life tries to shatter your dreams, pick up the pieces and start Growing Bolder. In this episode of the nationally syndicated Growing Bolder TV show, we’ll show you how.
Forget Hollywood’s current crop of “It Girls.” You’ll never guess who French fashion giant Céline tapped as one of the faces of its spring campaign. She’s an icon of the ’60s and ’70s and her new ad has the fashion world in a tizzy. Can you guess who it is?
In this month’s issue Growing Bolder Magazine, meet photographer Ari Seth Cohen, who is putting fashionable older women in focus … finally! Plus, a quadriplegic artist who paints with her mouth finds a fan in Pierce Brosnan.
Using a borrowed camera, Ari Seth Cohen started snapping pictures on the streets of New York, and now those images have not only changed his life, they’re creating ripples throughout the global fashion industry. See just how fashionable and fierce aging can be.
Joyce Carpati is fashionable, vibrant and most importantly, proud to embrace her age. Find out how the 82-year-old is spreading the message that the right attitude, not a lot of anti-aging products, is all you need to look and feel fabulous.
The rules of aging are being rewritten every day. In this week’s episode, meet a photographer who is showcasing those who continue to shine late in life and a woman who wants to help us all break free of the ruts in our lives.
Who are the most fashionable people on the streets of New York? Here’s a hint — they’re not supermodels but they’re super examples of active, vibrant aging. Ari Seth Cohen explains why he’s so fascinated with New York’s stylish older residents.