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Fuck Yeah Menswear: Bespoke Knowledge for the Crispy Gentleman Paperback – 22 Nov 2012
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“Riotously funny, a love letter, a sendup and an Ouroboros all in one.” (The New York Times)
“It's the easiest, and probably most entertaining, way to learn how to reach ideal levels of crispiness…” (GQ)
“From tumblr hype to printed glory, the sharp, satirical tone of Fuck Yeah Menswear successfully captures the voice of a generation. Not since Do's And Don'ts first published have we been this excited about a fashion book.” (Complex)
“The latest in the line of blog-to-book sensations, Fuck Yeah Menswear is a hilarious new tome for the sartorially obsessed.” (San Francisco Chronicle)
Top customer reviews
That being said the content of the book is fantastic, very tongue-in-cheek but also insightful and useful. It's a great read and for someone in the industry I found it a light hearted pleasure. Very cool
If you know something about menswear, have a styleforvm account, read blogs, or own an unstructured blogger blue jacket, then get this book. It's full of in-crowd humor and good pictures.
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Overall, would not recommend. Anyone who finds this kind of thing amusing has probably gotten their fill of it on the blogs this book cribs from.
The book doesn't go into too much detail about certain items or looks
of the clothes the people are wearing.
Its a good read, a nice book to have laying around for friends and family
to read while lounging around.