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post #16 of 19
still waiting for mine in the mail....but it sounds like a fun read.
post #17 of 19
It's a good read but again more trendy clothing than artisan. I was hoping it would be more balanced against the two. The clothes maintenance pages are pretty good and the Sprezzatura section is quite nice.
post #18 of 19
I like it a lot. While its nothing compared to the info I find here, I wasn't left feeling I'd wasted money (which I oftendo 20 mins after picking up Details or GQ). Designprof will be pleased to hear that the Vital's Man layout (thick newspaperish stock with a textbook kind of interface) has been ressurected in BB.
post #19 of 19
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Originally Posted by Joel_Cairo
I like it a lot. While its nothing compared to the info I find here, I wasn't left feeling I'd wasted money (which I oftendo 20 mins after picking up Details or GQ). Designprof will be pleased to hear that the Vital's Man layout (thick newspaperish stock with a textbook kind of interface) has been ressurected in BB.


Oh yes, I have paid homage to Esquire's graphic design and art direction.
It's a beautiful publication, as was /is Vitals. GQ and Details, I don't bother to pick up much anymore.
Men's Vogue looks decent as well.

And while we're on the subject: Graziano Girling have a handsome printed catalog
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