Street Style
The New York Times
Editorial
Miami, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Colombia, Panama
2018-2021
Selects from multiple style projects for The New York Times and W Magazine, shot in Miami, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Colombia, and Panama.

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For years, Avenida Central has been a place for the average resident to run errands. Pausing there to observe the place and its people, “you really get an idea of the diversity of cultures in Panama"
Rose Marie Cromwell, “One ‘Last Look’ at a Changing Street in Panama City”
I was drawn to people really striving for individual style in a country where it’s hard to have individual style.
Rose Marie Cromwell, “In Cuba, Sourcing Style”
The older generation on the street takes a lot of pride in how they dress.
Rose Marie Cromwell, “One ‘Last Look’ at a Changing Street in Panama City”
“Miami style rejects trends and embraces personality. People are free to be who they are, and South Beach is a great metaphor for this freedom.”
Rose Marie Cromwell, “Miami Beach Style “Rejects Trends and Embraces Personality”—and Isn’t Entirely Neon”
The question of what these Americans are wearing seems to lead only into dissonance. But as I stared at these photos, the question of how these Americans are dressing began to strike me as more pertinent.
Torrey Peters, “One ‘Last Look’ at a Changing Street in Panama City”