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Scott Schuman

Feeling very 80's on Broome Street, Soho, New York City, May 27th
You scream! I scream!! We all scream for ice cream!!! Hot, humid weekends in New York already but we know how to beat the heat
On the Street.....Lafayette St., New York City. (Yes that's my @linusbike making an appearance in this shot!! Haha)
Luckily I had a little time to shoot yesterday and what a beautiful day it was. Spotted this young lady @nicoleniro on Lafayette St.! If this image is any indication then it's going to be a very good Summer
Thank you to Whitney and Kaylen and @strandbookstore for the wonderful evening and fun discussion with @amyarbus ( also thanks to @sartoriaripense for the beautiful suit and to @equinox for getting my ass in shape before I had to be in front to 200 people #committosomething ) photo by the ever styli
TONIGHT at Strand Book Store @strandbookstore I'll discuss the past, present, and future of street style photography with Amy Arbus @amyarbus. Strand Rare Books Floor (3rd floor) 828 Broadway 7-8pm tonight Doors open at 6:30pm
The very chic Francesca, Florence, May 17th, 2016
Il Capo! Carlo Montanaro, Direttore di THE LIFE I've know Carlo for years, actually I think one of the very first photos I ever took in Milan was of him crossing via Manzoni looking dashing as usual. As you can imagine the Panerai @panerai luncheon ,in Florence last week, was full of chic gentleman
New friend Mr. Angelo Bonati, CEO Officine Panerai, @panerai that very charming, soft-spoken Italian gentleman that can't hide a burning passion for watches and boat racing. Another good reason to visit Florence as often as possible.
On the Street...West Village, New York. Shot for Faces by The Sartorialist
Does fashion fade?? I think the above image , shot by Amy Arbus in 1984, still looks as fresh today as it did when it first appeared in The Village Voice and yet it's very strong fashion not "classic style". In my event with @amyarbus tomorrow evening at the Strand @strandbookstore we will discuss
Spring and it's time for a bolder shoulder!
Ugh...I thought I'd get through the spring without buying an expensive @prada shirt but that blue Hawaiian shirt is calling my name! I love that it's cut shorter and that the fabric is so fluid ( sorry I'm just using this post to talk myself into buying this!)
Beautiful day in MalasaƱa, Madrid! I love the tats and the dress but it's the delicacy of her hands that is so alluring. If you know any Spanish ladies with a dance background then you know just how beautifully they've learned to move their hands. @chiribitas
Another painted-tile storefront of Madrid
Scariest thing in Madrid! This under-stairs-cage-thing every kids nightmare! Whoever designed this was never a child!! Haha (perfect scary Friday night post !)
Wait....try elegant night in Barcelona!!!@audispain #untaggable
On the Street...Thompson St., New York Shot for Faces by The Sartorialist
Another great look in Barcelona that is slightly vintage inspired. I'm feeling a kinda Donna Summers vibe going on here. #untaggable
Vintage is done is a slightly more refined way in Spain than what I typically see in New York. In Spain, vintage is almost looked at like new clothes with a different style than what's currently in stores whereas in NYC vintage is more about associating with a mind-set and a concept of an alternativ
Uummmm...what was that safe word? #untaggable @audispain
Looks like it's about to be an #untaggablenight in Madrid! If I forget (and need to ask you guys) my safe word is shoestring @audispain
Finally I get a chance to introduce my audience to Amy Arbus @amyarbus a woman who's book "On the Street", is made up of a collection of images she took for The Village Voice, from 1980 to 1990. She shot street style before it was called "street style". Even though her choice of subject and style of
LOVE the old painted-tile storefronts of Madrid! I hate to sound like an old man but can't graffitist have a little respect for other people's art?
Madrid !!! So chic! I love her hair! Shooting again in Madrid today and @audispain party tonight !!! #untaggable #Q2
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