Published by Cernunnos on May 10, 2022
Genres: Non-fiction, Photography
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Fashion and wisdom from style rebels in New York City and beyond
In a world where stores, clothes, and trends have become increasingly standardized, fashion is one of the most powerful ways to explore and express our personalities, identities, and individuality. For years, renowned photographer Robbie Quinn has come across style rebels and bold expressionists on the streets of NYC and the world’s largest cities, stopping them for impromptu photoshoots and testimonials. He’s even given these eccentric lovers of style a name: Street Unicorns. In these pages, Quinn shares the portraits, viewpoints, and aspirations of more than 250 Street Unicorns with the hopes of inspiring readers to rediscover the most authentic parts of themselves. A vibrant declaration against ageism, racism, homophobia, and all other discriminations, this book is a love letter to those who aren’t afraid to stand out, embrace nonconformity, and share who they are with the world.
Street Unicorns is such a fabulous, positive book filled with stunning photographs. It’s a celebration of fashion, style, creative expression, and people n all their diversity. I loved the outfits and reading about the people and their outlooks. This is not a book I would usually have picked up, but I needed a unicorn book for a bingo board. I am so glad I chose it. It was wonderful and is a fun one to keep on the end table.