289pp., colour illus., hardback, d.w., New York, 2015
Photographer Daniele Tamagni uses documentary shots and staged portraiture to capture fashion subcultures around the world: dance collectives in Johannesburg, South Africa; metal rockers in Botswana; models in Senegal; dandies in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and more.
Each of the seven subcultures featured are accompanied by an essay exploring the facets of the style. Contributions include "Joburg Style Battles" by Asanda Sizani, former fashion editor of ELLE South Africa, and "Afrometals, Gaberone, Botswana" by journalist Katie Breen.
Daniele Tamagni is a freelance fashion and documentary photographer based in Milan. He received the 2010 International Center of Photography Infinity Award in applied fashion photography.
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