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Choo 24:7 Stylemakers site invites you to join a celebration of street style photography

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Always wanted to get your personal or street style images published on something other than Facebook? Here’s something to consider: Jimmy Choo has launched its Choo 24:7 Stylemakers microsite, and it’s inviting you to submit your photography for a chance to up your fash cred.

What is it exactly? In a nutshell, Choo 24:7 Stylemakers is an interactive site that celebrates street style photographic reportage with an image gallery showcasing fans wearing Jimmy Choo across time zones, day to evening, 24:7. If you think your standout style is going to attract eyeballs the world over, then submit your best shots; selected images will be uploaded onto the site for all of the fashion world to see.

The site responds to the growing interest in street style photography and the social aspect of sharing fashion and style imagery. Users will be able to create their own Stylemaker photo galleries on the microsite and post images direct from Facebook or from personal digital photo albums.

Stylemaker photo galleries on the microsite may then be shared via social media. Photos tagged on Instagram with #choo247 will also feed to the site.

To launch the program, Jimmy Choo has collaborated with renowned street style photographer, Eddie Newton of fame.

Newton has photographed stylemakers exclusively for the – his subjects for Jimmy Choo are frequent faces of street style photography – Caroline Issa (pictured left) in London and Jessica Joffe in New York.

New headline Stylemakers will be added each season in different cities around the globe throughout 2012/13; scouts will soon scour the cities of Milan, Antwerp, Paris, Los Angeles and Tokyo for new ambassadors of the program. They should include Dubai in their itinerary, no?