The Manchester music and fashion scene of the late '80s and early '90s was fucking killing it. If you're an American, think of it like the Lafayette Street era when Supreme and Union and X-Large were all in NYC. The Donnelly Brothers, who founded Gio-Goi and Your Own (YO), have written this book that chronicles their lives from the Quality Street Gang to Gio-Goi, turning over 19 million pounds and getting daps from Vivienne Westwood in the process. I mean, you should buy it simply for the photo captioned: "Shoplifting from the Lacoste Shop in Ibiza to pay for the holiday."