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The Sartorialist Paperback – 3 Sep 2009
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The quirky, the refined, the interesting, the elegant, and the sometimes outrageous come together in a visual history. . . chock-full of photographs you will want to pore over with friends . . . Make some room on your bookshelf (New York Times)
We can't wait to flick through its beautiful pages! If you're anything like us, you'll have your favourite pages marked with Post-It notes for easy reference! (Inside-Out, Topshop blog)
'Everybody loves being photographed by Scott Schuman. If he spots you in the crowd, whether in New York or Paris or Milan, it's a kind of validation. And everybody likes to see who he has photographed for The Sartorialist, because it's proof of his critical eye.'See all Product description
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Look out for the gent in the screaming purple suit WOW!. Or the oldish Milanese lady with a coat that matches her hair (in colour & texture) and her skin tones (colour). Bellisimo.
This book will eventually make it into Parr & Badgers The Photo Book VOL 3, there is no higher recommendation.
As it is a perfect representation of all Human Beings need to express themselves, their personalities their lives etc via their clothing.
Please do buy this before it goes OOP(Out of Print).
To the author well done a life times work recognised.
It's a fact of life, many people have great ideas about how they want to look, appear to others, but lack the courage initially, to execute the idea.
The Sartorialist, a fabulously illustrated and detailed book, full of exciting photographs of exquisitely clothed men, women, boys and girls, which originally started life as a blog, by a very talented Fashion Photographer in New York, shows what can be achieved.
Lavishly illustrated,the people involved show how beautiful style doesn't always have to be extravagant nor that being well dressed has to be expensive.
This beautifully compact book will excite those that want to dress to feel good, to impress and those that just want to admire the way clothes and accessories can maketh the man ....and woman !
Instead of a collection of high fashion photos, the Sartorialist explores classic street style which is both inspirational and aspirational. The clothes speak for themselves (although a little more text would have been nice) and should encourage everyone with an interest in fashion to seek their own style and express themselves through clothes, whether high fashion or budget.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Interesting book and a must have for a bedside table …lovely scenes…glad to have been introduced to this book…recommend for all age groups from, say, fashion conscious 13 year olds... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ukrainereads
I find it is very interesting book with load of ideas about the fashion.I love it.i will get other book for The Sartorialist Volume 2 .Enjoyable to look at.Published on 19 July 2013 by pet
first of all, if your a photographer looking for influence without much of a focus on fashion, (even though i love fashion)
then theres no real point buying the book, its too... Read more
This book makes me want to go shopping and play dress up in my wardrobe for hours. Gorgeous photograpy and stays true to his blog. Scotts a genious.Published on 20 Jan. 2013 by Quibelleslk
A nice book. Very inspiring and interesting to get ideas how my new look and new clothes have to look.Published on 16 Jan. 2012 by Lene