The Swiss-born fashion blogger Yvan Rodic, a.k.a. Face Hunter, surveys fashion on a global scale in a new photographic travel diary out this week, Travels With Face Hunter: Street Style From Around the World. The book features visual eye candy similar to that of Rodic’s blog, but incorporates trends from over 30 different cities, cataloging the way real people express themselves through fashion. Rodic has risen from his humble beginnings photographing guests at Parisian parties to become one of the preeminent street-style photographers. In the introduction, he addresses the changing landscape of street style by contrasting the start of his blogging career—walking around the streets endlessly “like a flaneur” to find his subjects—with present day, where street-style photography has become a commercial circus of “‘creatively’ dressed people,” as Rodic puts it. In an attempt to broaden the field, he has decided to shift his focus to travel and cultural exploration. “It’s no longer about fashion people inspiring fashion people,” Rodic writes. “It’s about real life inspiring people—it’s about capturing sources of creative inspiration from people and cities around the world, which can be applied to any creative field, not just fashion.” His new volume, compiled over the course of one year of travel, includes 600 photos and commentary on cities across the globe, from Shanghai to Singapore, Chicago to Cairo, Bucharest to Baku. See the faces he hunted down.