23/11/2015
#stylegoals

Words by

Giulia Brugliera

God I forgot how much I love street style.

In an age where personal style has been thrown out the window in favour of paid placements, it’s so refreshing to go back to what women are actually wearing.

That’s exactly what Women in this Town does. An attempt to snapshot what women are actually wearing in 2015, this book is total #stylegoals. Unlike so many street style photographers today, Giuseppe Santamaria hasn’t captured the boldest outfits.

He knows the subtlety of style and it shows. His subjects span a wide range of ages, demographics and tastes, and yet each image is total style inspo.

Dare I even be so bold as to say he’s giving Scott Schuman a run for his money? Yes. 

 

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