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Dressing the Man
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Dressing the Man is the definitive guide to what men need to know in order to dress well and look stylish without becoming fashion victims.Alan Flusser's name is synonymous with taste and style. With his new book, he combines his encyclopedic knowledge of men's clothes with his signature wit and elegance to address the fundamental paradox of modern men's fashion: Why, after men today have spent more money on clothes than in any other period of history, are there fewer well-dressed men than at any time ever before?According to Flusser, dressing well is not all that difficult, the real challenge lies in being able to acquire the right personalized instruction. Dressing well pivots on two pillars -- proportion and color. Flusser believes that "Permanent Fashionability," both his promise and goal for the reader, starts by being accountable to a personal set of physical trademarks and not to any kind of random, seasonally served-up collection of fashion flashes.Unlike fashion, which is obliged to change each season, the face's shape, the neck's height, the shoulder's width, the arm's length, the torso's structure, and the foot's size remain fairly constant over time. Once a man learns how to adapt the fundamentals of permanent fashion to his physique and complexion, he's halfway home.Taking the reader through each major clothing classification step-by-step, this user-friendly guide helps you apply your own specifics to a series of dressing options, from business casual and formalwear to pattern-on-pattern coordination, or how to choose the most flattering clothing silhouette for your body type and shirt collar for your face.A man's physical traits represent his individual road map, and the quickest route toward forging an enduring style of dress is through exposure to the legendary practitioners of this rare masculine art. Flusser has assembled the largest andmost diverse collection of stylishly mantled men ever found in one book. Many never-before-seen vintage photographs from the era of Cary Grant, Tyrone Power, and Fred Astaire are employed to help illustrate the range and diversity of authentic men's fashion. Dressing the Man's sheer magnitude of options will enable the reader to expand both the grammar and verbiage of his permanent-fashion vocabulary.For those men hoping to find sartorial fulfillment somewhere down the road, tethering their journey to the mind-set of permanent fashion will deliver them earlier rather than later in life.

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in Two-in-One-Optik,mit Rundhals,in Langarm,ein bedruckter Web-Streifenbildet den Saumabschluss

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Audible Fast Company, March 2011, Hörbuch, Digi...
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In this special issue:Fast Company's report on the 50 most innovative companies.An artificial heart and its lightweight power drive. A better airline for Brazil. Chocolate from Madagascar and a soccer shirt made of plastic water bottles. A fashion leader escaping its pattern, a smelter, and that little coupon startup in Chicago that's suddenly worth billions. All this from one simple word: innovation. The 50 companies on our 2011 list have chosen a unique path. Today's business landscape is littered with heritage companies whose CEOs battle their industry's broken model with inertia, layoffs, lawsuits -- anything that squeezes pennies and delays the inevitable. How many of these companies will be dominant in 2025? Few. That world will be ruled by the kinds of companies on this list. They're nondogmatic, willing to scrap conventional ideas. (A mere 30-second TV ad? Let's do 200 online videos in two days, say the creatives at Wieden and Kennedy.) They're willing to fail. (Google's search team runs up to 200 experiments at any one time.) They know what they stand for. (By making home-viewing as easy as possible, Netflix walloped Blockbuster, which thought its business had something to do with stores.) 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ken Borgers. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pe/fast/110301/pe_fast_110301_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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ISBN The Holy Land Buch Fiktion Taschenbuch Eng...
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The Holy Land The essays in this ambitious volume explore the invisible walls that divide the modern state of Israel. Part hipster travelogue, part from-the-ground-up look at Israeli politics, The Holy Land is a sometimes irreverent, sometimes moving collection from a cache of Israel’s most talented young writers. Shlomzion Kenan finds rich material in the stories and legends of the 100 year-old home she rents in Jaffa. Tel Aviv-based writer Dana Kessler wryly reflects on the 1972 cult film Metzitzim (the Israeli Midnight Cowboy) and filmmaker Uri Zohar’s eventual conversion to Orthodoxy. Actor Rana Werbin captures a slice of life at the Mersand Cafe in Tel Aviv: four friends sipping arak and chatting about bras, clonix, one night stands, and their monotonous jobs. Fashion journalist Sahar Shalev ponders Israeli gay men’s love affair with the sleeveless t-shirt. The first of Ron Levy Arie’s two essays traces the rise of the ubiquitous Sabich sandwich from it’s origins in Iraqi Jewish kitchens to its dominance as a street-food staple. The second records a series of impressions during a road trip through three Northern towns: Haifa, Akko, and Tveryah. We meet a Rastafarian walking with a group of pilgrims, attend the largest fringe fest in Israel, and ponder what type of fish Jesus fed his disciples at their miraculous feast. Eran Sebbag lovingly unearths connections between the black slaves that invented the Delta Blues and the Jewish-American producers who made Rock N Roll and mass phenomenon: Blacks + Jews = Blues. Novelist Reuven Miran writes elegiacally about a drive from Kfar Saba to Jerusalem with Ella Fitzgerald playing on the radio. Filmmaker Tom Shoval hunts for traces of Hollywood in Jerusalem and stumbles on a trip that Technicolor master, Jack Cardiff, took there in 1937. Filmmaker Dan Shadur tells an amusing story about two stoned-out journalists on the tail of a telenovela actress near the Dead Sea. Karin Gatt Rutter puts herself in the place of a dog named Ramses in East Jerusalem, enjoying the smells of trash while sidestepping the Green Line along Route 1. Reporter Shay Fogelman reminisces about nature walks in the Golan Heights with his Six Day War veteran father. Nili Landsman recalls her grandfather’s Zionist idealism on a kibbutz near Galilee. Nadia T Boshnak writes about her people – a Muslim minority called the Circassians who live in a small village in the North. David Sorotzkin discusses the junkies and squatters he finds in the ancient city of Beersheba amid its sad dismemberment by a spate of overly-utilitarian city planners. Poet Roy Arad captures a farcical scene in which the hollowed-out employees of a doomed textile plant in Dimona stage a last-ditch protest. Sagi Benita gently satirizes the kibbutzim movement while talking about the time when he and his friends were cast as a extras in Rambo. Ronen Shamir finds the roots of division between an Arab and Jewish neighborhood in the way power lines were laid in the 1920s. He also recalls the glory days of the Lydda Junction train station that once sustained Christian pilgrims going to Jerusalem, Jaffa merchants on their way to the markets of Damascus, and Palestinian dignitaries en route to Cairo. The book’s editor, Ithamar Handleman-Smith, has contributed humorous pieces on sexuality, culture, and politics. There are also moving essays from Ithamar’s partner, British international relations specialist, Julia Handelman-Smith. She writes about a tense trip to Bethlehem with her sheltered parents on Christmas Eve, an out-of-the way hotel in Tiberius, and pleasant tour through Jerusalem’s Holy City during the off-season.

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Leggings
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Leggings are a type of fitted clothing covering the legs, which can be worn by both men and women. Originally leggings were two separate garments, one for each leg. Modern leggings are typically made from a blend of lycra, Spandex, nylon, cotton, or polyester blend, but they can also be made from wool, silk and other materials. Leggings are available in a multitude of colours and decorative designs. Leggings can be worn fully exposed, in place of trousers, or partially covered by a garment such as a skirt, a large t-shirt or shorts, or fully covered by an outer garment, such as a full length skirt. Leggings are typically ankle-length, and some are stirrupped or encase the feet. Some are shorter. Leggings are worn to keep a person's legs warm, as protection from chafing during an activity such as exercise or as a decorative or fashion garment. Leggings are worn by both men and women in an exercise situation, but predominantly by women outside such situations.

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ISBN The Holy Land Buch Fiktion Taschenbuch Eng...
11,36 € *
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The Holy Land The essays in this ambitious volume explore the invisible walls that divide the modern state of Israel. Part hipster travelogue, part from-the-ground-up look at Israeli politics, The Holy Land is a sometimes irreverent, sometimes moving collection from a cache of Israel’s most talented young writers. Shlomzion Kenan finds rich material in the stories and legends of the 100 year-old home she rents in Jaffa. Tel Aviv-based writer Dana Kessler wryly reflects on the 1972 cult film Metzitzim (the Israeli Midnight Cowboy) and filmmaker Uri Zohar’s eventual conversion to Orthodoxy. Actor Rana Werbin captures a slice of life at the Mersand Cafe in Tel Aviv: four friends sipping arak and chatting about bras, clonix, one night stands, and their monotonous jobs. Fashion journalist Sahar Shalev ponders Israeli gay men’s love affair with the sleeveless t-shirt. The first of Ron Levy Arie’s two essays traces the rise of the ubiquitous Sabich sandwich from it’s origins in Iraqi Jewish kitchens to its dominance as a street-food staple. The second records a series of impressions during a road trip through three Northern towns: Haifa, Akko, and Tveryah. We meet a Rastafarian walking with a group of pilgrims, attend the largest fringe fest in Israel, and ponder what type of fish Jesus fed his disciples at their miraculous feast. Eran Sebbag lovingly unearths connections between the black slaves that invented the Delta Blues and the Jewish-American producers who made Rock N Roll and mass phenomenon: Blacks + Jews = Blues. Novelist Reuven Miran writes elegiacally about a drive from Kfar Saba to Jerusalem with Ella Fitzgerald playing on the radio. Filmmaker Tom Shoval hunts for traces of Hollywood in Jerusalem and stumbles on a trip that Technicolor master, Jack Cardiff, took there in 1937. Filmmaker Dan Shadur tells an amusing story about two stoned-out journalists on the tail of a telenovela actress near the Dead Sea. Karin Gatt Rutter puts herself in the place of a dog named Ramses in East Jerusalem, enjoying the smells of trash while sidestepping the Green Line along Route 1. Reporter Shay Fogelman reminisces about nature walks in the Golan Heights with his Six Day War veteran father. Nili Landsman recalls her grandfather’s Zionist idealism on a kibbutz near Galilee. Nadia T Boshnak writes about her people – a Muslim minority called the Circassians who live in a small village in the North. David Sorotzkin discusses the junkies and squatters he finds in the ancient city of Beersheba amid its sad dismemberment by a spate of overly-utilitarian city planners. Poet Roy Arad captures a farcical scene in which the hollowed-out employees of a doomed textile plant in Dimona stage a last-ditch protest. Sagi Benita gently satirizes the kibbutzim movement while talking about the time when he and his friends were cast as a extras in Rambo. Ronen Shamir finds the roots of division between an Arab and Jewish neighborhood in the way power lines were laid in the 1920s. He also recalls the glory days of the Lydda Junction train station that once sustained Christian pilgrims going to Jerusalem, Jaffa merchants on their way to the markets of Damascus, and Palestinian dignitaries en route to Cairo. The book’s editor, Ithamar Handleman-Smith, has contributed humorous pieces on sexuality, culture, and politics. There are also moving essays from Ithamar’s partner, British international relations specialist, Julia Handelman-Smith. She writes about a tense trip to Bethlehem with her sheltered parents on Christmas Eve, an out-of-the way hotel in Tiberius, and pleasant tour through Jerusalem’s Holy City during the off-season.

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Dressing the Man
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Dressing the Man is the definitive guide to what men need to know in order to dress well and look stylish without becoming fashion victims. Alan Flusser's name is synonymous with taste and style. With his new book, he combines his encyclopedic knowledge of men's clothes with his signature wit and elegance to address the fundamental paradox of modern men's fashion: Why, after men today have spent more money on clothes than in any other period of history, are there fewer well-dressed men than at any time ever before? According to Flusser, dressing well is not all that difficult, the real challenge lies in being able to acquire the right personalized instruction. Dressing well pivots on two pillars -- proportion and color. Flusser believes that 'Permanent Fashionability,' both his promise and goal for the reader, starts by being accountable to a personal set of physical trademarks and not to any kind of random, seasonally served-up collection of fashion flashes. Unlike fashion, which is obliged to change each season, the face's shape, the neck's height, the shoulder's width, the arm's length, the torso's structure, and the foot's size remain fairly constant over time. Once a man learns how to adapt the fundamentals of permanent fashion to his physique and complexion, he's halfway home. Taking the reader through each major clothing classification step-by-step, this user-friendly guide helps you apply your own specifics to a series of dressing options, from business casual and formalwear to pattern-on-pattern coordination, or how to choose the most flattering clothing silhouette for your body type and shirt collar for your face. A man's physical traits represent his individual road map, and the quickest route toward forging an enduring style of dress is through exposure to the legendary practitioners of this rare masculine art. Flusser has assembled the largest andmost diverse collection of stylishly mantled men ever found in one book. Many never-before-seen vintage photographs from the era of Cary Grant, Tyrone Power, and Fred Astaire are employed to help illustrate the range and diversity of authentic men's fashion. Dressing the Man's sheer magnitude of options will enable the reader to expand both the grammar and verbiage of his permanent-fashion vocabulary. For those men hoping to find sartorial fulfillment somewhere down the road, tethering their journey to the mind-set of permanent fashion will deliver them earlier rather than later in life.

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The Middle of Things by J. S. Fletcher, Fiction...
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Here, without doubt, was murder, and Viner's thoughts immediately turned to two things -- one the hurrying young man whose face he thought he had remembered in some vague fashion; the other the fact that a policeman was slowly pacing up the terrace close by. He turned and ran swiftly up the still deserted passage. And there was the policeman, twenty yards away, coming along with the leisureliness of one who knows that he has a certain area to patrol. He pulled himself to an attitude of watchful attention as Viner ran up to him; then suddenly recognizing Viner as a well-known inhabitant of the Square, touched the rim of his helmet.'I say!' said Viner in the hushed voice of one who imparts strange and confidential tidings. 'There's a man lying dead in the passage round here. And without doubt murdered! There's blood all over his shirt-front.'The policeman stood stock still for the fraction of a second. . . .

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The Middle of Things by J. S. Fletcher, Fiction...
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Here, without doubt, was murder, and Viner's thoughts immediately turned to two things -- one the hurrying young man whose face he thought he had remembered in some vague fashion; the other the fact that a policeman was slowly pacing up the terrace close by. He turned and ran swiftly up the still deserted passage. And there was the policeman, twenty yards away, coming along with the leisureliness of one who knows that he has a certain area to patrol. He pulled himself to an attitude of watchful attention as Viner ran up to him; then suddenly recognizing Viner as a well-known inhabitant of the Square, touched the rim of his helmet.'I say!' said Viner in the hushed voice of one who imparts strange and confidential tidings. 'There's a man lying dead in the passage round here. And without doubt murdered! There's blood all over his shirt-front.'The policeman stood stock still for the fraction of a second. . . .

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The Fashionista Files
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A fashionista is a girl who always looks current and cutting edge, even when her clothes are vintage 1975. A fashionista can tell her Pucci from her Gucci and her Blahniks from her Choos, but she's as comfortable in Kmart as she is in Chanel. She wears what she likes and always looks fantastic. She's a clothing chameleon: a sharp tweed suit and ladylike driving gloves one moment, a punk rock T-shirt and studded belt the next. She's a gypsy, a princess, and a diva. She's fashion-forward, shopping-addicted, and full of fun. And you can be her, no matter your size, style, or budget. Authors Melissa de la Cruz and Karen Robinovitz are fashionistas who share a love for impractical shoes, small dogs that fit in designer handbags, and wearing white after Labor Day. They eat, sleep, and breathe fashion. And they'll teach you how to • Make a whole new wardrobe out of the awful duds that lurk in the back of your closet • Use the words 'postmodern” and 'ironic” to fake your way through pseudo-intellectual cocktail conversation (really-it's easy, and so postmodern and ironic!) • Score big with chic and cheap finds at thrift stores, consignment shops, and discount designer outlets • Live like a socialite on a shoestring budget In two weeks or less, you'll be living the lush life, from the brim of your Eugenia Kim fedora to the tip of your pointy Christian Louboutin pumps!

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