Daniele Tamagni is a talented freelance photographer from Italy, who’s trained as an art historian before travelling worldwide. Daniel documents colourful fashion subcultures in locations outside of the presumed fashion contexts such Congo, Bolivia, Cuba, Johannesburg, Botswana, Burma, Nairobi and Dakar.
In Fashion Tribes, Milan-based photographer Daniele Tamagni has tracked down and recorded some of the most surprising and colorful international fashion subcultures.
“This book is a mix of spontaneous situations…In choosing countries and cities far outside the usual context of fashion, I not only wanted to offer an overview of the phenomenon of globalized style, but also to record the resistance to and preservation of traditions,” Daniel explaines.
In 2007 Tamagni won the Canon Young Photographer Award with a project about the Congolese dandys, Sapeurs of Brazzaville and in 2010 won the ICP, Infinity Award; fashion category.
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