Renowned Street Style Photographer Tommy Ton Bids Adieu To Style.com

Arguably one of the best street style photographers known to man, Tommy Ton, is leaving Style.com. The 31-year old Canadian rose to fame for his impeccable street style coverage of fashion week, snapping dope shots of fashion editors like Carine Roitfeld and Anna Dello Russo.
After a six year tenure at the premiere site for known for all things style, Ton made the announcement yesterday (July 21) via Instagram:

So this is my Style.com sign off. I want to thank everyone over the last six years for their incredible outpour of support. I grew up glued to my computer screen living vicariously through the world of Style.com and never in a million years did I expect to become a contributor to the most relevant and influential fashion publication. It’s sad to see it go but fashion is all about change and moving forward. I want to thank Dirk Standen, Nicole Phelps and Tim Blanks for mentoring me and giving me this platform. I, still to this day, pinch myself that I had this incredible opportunity and will be forever grateful to the Style.com team for allowing me to be a part of history. Last week was my last submission in the field and I was fortunate to have my friend, Nick Wooster, be the last image I took for Style.com. Many, many thanks again, Tommy http://www.style.com/street/tommy-ton/2015/spring-2016-menswear-street-style

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Word on the street is that since Condè Nast has acquired Style.com they are in plans to turn the dot-com into e-commerce site. 

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