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post #46 of 75
LA Guy, No disrespect taken. I realize we are not the fashion leaders in denim anymore and haven't been for some time. We work with the business that we have. We have been developing some better product as of late so hopefully you will see more things you might be interested in. That being said I think it depends on what kind of info auto90403 is looking for. If he wants to know what is happening in the industry with companies and such then I think DNR and WWD give some pretty good insight. If he wants to know future trends etc. then I agree there are many other options to consider many of which you detailed.
post #47 of 75
topcatnyc, True words. Personally, though, I've only ever been able to stomach 3 articles about Warnaco before needing a shower.
post #48 of 75
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LA Guy Posted on Jan. 27 2005,17:21 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- topcatnyc, True words. Personally, though, I've only ever been able to stomach 3 articles about Warnaco before needing a shower.
How do you think I feel? I worked here throughout that. Thankfully I wasn't at all involved in any of those articles. I can tell you that with new management in place it is a much different and better, IMO, place to work. There have been a lot of changes for the better.
post #49 of 75
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(Off the top of my head) thats a 275, right?
Yes, it's a competition version. I've never seen one with the 3 vents a la GTO, but Ferrari did do a lot of crazy things in the 60's... A.
post #50 of 75
The Atlantic Monthly Esquire
post #51 of 75
Washington Post Weekly Edition Sporting News many professional journals occasional issue of GQ and Esquire, but I find them focused on marketing rather than education. And their marketing seems focused on younger, trendier readers than I.
post #52 of 75
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zjpj83, (Off the top of my head) thats a 275, right? Jon.
yes, it's a 275 GTB Competizione Speciale. Only 2 were made. Here is the other, s/n 06885. It is my favorite car in the world. (It is also one of the most valuable in the world.) The owner was offered an extremely large amount of money this summer and turned it down.
post #53 of 75
Sunday New York Times Gramophone BBC Classical The Tracker Instrumentalist Ann Arbor Observor (monthly magazine) fashion magazines--perused on the rack when visiting Borders In the back of my mind, I think that I miss the old "M" magazine.
post #54 of 75
I've been buying men's fashion magazines at random lately. The last one I picked up was FANTASTIC MAN, from the Netherlands. The fashion part was pretty lackluster - a six-page spread on all-leather outfits, four unwearable grey suits, and two interesting interviews. It's a little artsy for my taste and a little skimpy on the overall content but on the whole, it's the best impulse purchase of a mag I've made so far because the writing doesn't feel like an advertisement or take an absurd, patronizing tone (Even Menswear is guilty of this.) I haven't decided if it's worth 28€ for two issues a year when there's so little fashion content but it's not a bad read. Do you have any other suggestions for more niche publications?
post #55 of 75
Esquire
GQ
UK GQ
ReadyMade
Real Simple
MacWorld
post #56 of 75
The Economist (Just started Subscribing)
Time
Esquire (Soon to Subscribe)
Details (Used to Dislike but its growing on me)
GQ (Easy to flip through, cant say I love after its drastic changes)
Automobile
Car
Washington Post
Wall Street journal (As often as possible)
Financial Times
Vitals Man (until it was discontinued )
post #57 of 75
[quote=chocoball]"Men's Ex".....it's a Japanese magazine that published the twin bibles of men's shoes.....World of High End Shoes 1 & 2. The thing is chock-a-block with spreads on high-end men's fashion and stuff.
I agree that Men's Ex is a worthwhile "look" most months even if you can't understand the limited amount of text. Anybody figured out how to take out a subscription given their web page is in japanese?
post #58 of 75
Economist
The New Yorker
Old House Journal
Seed
Connecticut Magazine
Hartford Magazine
Occasionally, GQ, Esquire, XXL, and the Robb Report

Newspapers
Financial Times
New York Times
Occasionally, the Hartford Courant
post #59 of 75
I read Jet Magazine, Pleasures Of Cheese Magazine, Giant Robot, Mary Kate And Ashley Magazine, Fortean Times Frontier, and Playboy.
post #60 of 75
Modern Ferret
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