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Men in this Town: London, Tokyo, Sydney, Milan, New York

Men in this Town: London, Tokyo, Sydney, Milan, New York (Hardback)

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Men In This Town is a street-style journal capturing men with a distinct look in their natural lifestyle. From five distinct cities around the world-New York, Tokyo, Milan, London, and Sydney-photographer, art director, and blogger Giuseppe Santamaria brings together a unique photographic collection showcasing the styles of the modern man. Giuseppe seeks out the everyday man in each city whose dress sense speaks volumes about who they are. Alongside striking images captured from the streets, Giuseppe has chosen a handful of men from each city with a particular, distinct style and photographed them in their various attire. He has also included several profiles on particularly stylist individuals whose particular approach to fashion and their sense of the menswear scene today is original and interesting. Men In This Town will fascinate anyone with an interest in fashion, photography, and the street-style culture of the everyday man across the world.

Toronto-born, Sydney resident Giuseppe Santamaria has been photographing stylish men and women for many years, but most recently in his blogs 'Men in this Town' and 'Women in this Town'. These blogs, or more accurately, Giuseppe's understanding of street style, quickly garnered a dedicated following (at last count, Men in this Town on Tumblr has an incredible 380K+ following). Recently, Guiseppe has become Editor of the new Men in This Town magazine. He is also a regular street style column in Sunday Life Magazine, is a regular contributor to Details.com and is the deputy art director for Good Weekend.

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