Shanghai Street Style celebrates the rich tapestry of one of China’s most fashionable and accessible cities, with more than 200 colour photographs. The book captures ordinary people wearing not-so-ordinary styles, showcasing quirky, avant-garde and chic street style. The first in the Street Style series, the book celebrates grassroots fashion, reflecting how people adopt and adapt fashion. Fashion no longer resides in the hands of the few but is the provenance of the many. More than a look-book, Shanghai Street Style documents an emerging 21st Century fashion city. Co-author Toni Johnson-Woods is a senior research fellow at the University of Queensland, and was the inaugural president of the Popular Culture Association of Australia.