Part fashion bible and part throwdown on all things obnoxiously hip, Gavin McInnes’ Street Boners satirizes the street-style photography phenomenon.
The former Vice main man rates each of his subjects on their modes of dress — from “rich hippie things to pocahipsters to the nerdy slut” — with a kitten-based rating system. Packed with over 1,200 snapshots and contributions from downtown culture icons including Debbie Harry and Chloë Sevigny, the book also features city travel guides and a timeline of “The History of Cool” from beatniks to ravers.
It’s irony to the nth degree as so-called “hipster of the decade” McInnes waffles between foul-mouthed criticism and his raging libido.
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(L) “Fashion is meant to accentuate your best features. If your best feature is that you’re perfect, just stick bright shit all over the place.”