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Great, great coffee table book.
on 9 June 2014
Excellent choice of pictures, great attention to detail in the descriptions.
Well, all the praise has been done by the other reviewers, here's some minor issues I noticed while flipping through the book:
- not mentioning the Dehen Knitting Company from Portland, Oregon in the Cardigan-chapter (especially when talking about Varsity Jackets) is, well, some sort of crime.
-it should have been explained not only that but WHY the Fred Perry became a key element in British subcultures (because FP was considered a working class hero having shown it to the Upper Crust on the Wimbledon Grounds).
-Some odd choices in the ACCESSORIES department: Should one have expected the Zippo, hip flask, leather wallet or something - well, what you get is the dunhill rollagas (lighter), the fountain pen and, most strangely: the moon watch. Hmmmmm.
And by the way: Tom Selleck's Magnum never ever drove a Testarossa - it was always a 308 GTS that he borrowed from Robin Masters.
("Magnum" started in 1980, the Testarossa went into production in 1984).