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garcia bobbito - where'd you get those? new york city's sneaker culture 1960-1987

WHERE'D YOU GET THOSE? NEW YORK CITY'S SNEAKER CULTURE 1960-1987 Tenth anniversary edition

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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 05/2014
Edizione: 2000 10ª

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he mother of all sneaker books is finally back in print, in an expanded edition. Upon its initial publication in 2003, Where'd You Get Those? was hailed by Vanity Fair as The perfect primer on the sole of pop culture a much needed compendium. The New Yorker raved that Garcia's book is an anthropological trove, while the New York Post noted that Where'd You Get Those? is a must. Vogue gushed: Garcia chronicles the gym shoe's rise to cultural prominence with obsessive detail Where'd You Get Those? is a welcome addition to New York cultural history. Paper magazine called it The definitive book on the rise of sneaker fanaticism, and Time Out New York hailed it as a rhapsodic, comprehensive chronicle. Documenting more than 400 pairs of sneakers in a highly illustrated, chronological format, Where'd You Get Those? is simply a stone cold classic. Sneakers are fetishized by consumers worldwide, and dozens of subsequent sneakers books have come and gone, but none have come close to attracting the readership and unfettered adulation that this book has enjoyed. (Carnegie Mellon University even offers a class, Sneakerology 101, that uses Where'd You Get Those? as its main textbook.) Updates to the new edition include new sneakers inaugurated into the canon, as well as a new foreword, introduction and afterword

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Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 10.25 x 8.25 x 1.00 inch.
Formato: Hardcover
Pagine Arabe: 280

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