Thursday, May 25, 2006

Human Game – A Sartorialist Take On Sports & Style

Two of New Yorks top Sartorialists , Nick Sullivan of Esquire and Stefano Tonchi of New York Times have contributed on a new book called Human Game.

The book explores the relationship between Sports and Style. If you read the recent article about Thom Browne by Sandra Nygaard in DNR it is easy to see how dramatically sports can inspire even the highest echelons of fashion.

The book will premiere at Pitti Uomo in Florence so as I figure it the book will cost about $9,000 – once I pay for the plane ticket, hotel, and food.

I guess I could check B&N.com before I go through all that but that wouldn’t be nearly as much fun.

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  1. argos

    May 25, 2006 at 8:51 am

    If you decide to go the $9,000 route, pick me up a copy as well.

  2. fashmoda

    May 26, 2006 at 3:37 am

    The relationship between Sports and Style has been spreading here in Italy for several years. Dolce&Gabbana, Bikkembergs, Armani, or DSquared2 are working together with great names of sports.

  3. kizi

    January 15, 2018 at 4:11 am

    That said, the very last game I finished was Grandia (I, not II). Previously I told people here in the forums that it’s a horrible, horrible game with a good battle system. But I have to admit that I somewhat enjoyed it. Its problems are: 1) incredibly hackneyed plot; 2) dungeons are badly done and feel annoying. Still, if you apply correct dosages, like playing 1-2 dungeons per day, you can actually enjoy the game! Just don’t expect it to be interesting. Its only saving grace is how battles are done and how levelling works, but the implementation of these is one of the best I’ve ever seen.

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