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Football Star is (Almost) Fully Exposed in a Milan Boutique

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Andrea Vasa, a defender for Milan's local football club Brera, is currently living in the new Dirk Bikkembergs boutique in Milan in an attempt to fully immerse customers in a star athlete's luxury lifestyle.

Vasa3 "Selected by Dirk Bikkembergs himself, Andrea now lives in the flagship store under the eyes of the store’s clients. Among the shelves and clothes hangers exposing the items that are for sale, Andrea’s personal clothes can be found, as well as the pictures and books he chose to take with him to his new home.Andrea lives in the apartment at Via Manzoni 47 in total freedom. He can invite family and friends and can count on a housekeeper, who will tidy up his living quarters at set times or upon demand. His role is to be admired alongside the sunglasses, shirts, jackets and football boots. Visitors can come and have a look at his wardrobe. Before going out, Andrea will take a shower in a relax room papered with pages from Gazzetta dello Sport, compose his outfit for the following occasion, preen himself in one of the silver trophies, step into his Porsche and drive it out through a massive window that doubles as a garage door."

Unfortunately, the shower is the only portion of the apartment that's covered.

Two more shots, AFTER THE JUMP...

(via outsports and deadspin)

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  1. No Poppers!

    No penis size issues (not that I have that issue of course)!

    Zut Alors!

    Are you telling me that one day we have to grow up? Please say that doesn't also mean boring. If I wanted to be old and boring at 46, I'd be straight!

    Posted by: Derek Washington | Mar 26, 2009 11:14:15 PM


  2. A 40-50+ year old divorced or single straight guy of sound mind and body (and decent income) wouldn't have too much trouble finding a good woman to spend the rest of his life with.

    A middle-aged gay man should be able to find a suitable same-sex partner with about as much ease as a middle-aged straight man can find a suitable girlfriend/wife.

    Posted by: elg | Mar 27, 2009 3:05:52 PM


  3. Except that's not true for a host of reasons, elg. One of them is that gay men and straight women aren't the same in what they value in a partner (let's be honest, straight women are biologically programmed to be more forgiving of deficits), and strictly as a numbers game, there are a lot more eligible contenders for a middle aged straight man than a middle aged gay man.

    Of course, one shouldn't give up hope of finding a partner when they're middle aged.

    Posted by: TANK | Mar 27, 2009 3:27:06 PM


  4. Except that's not true for a host of reasons, elg. One of them is that gay men and straight women aren't the same in what they value in a partner (let's be honest, straight women are biologically programmed to be more forgiving of deficits), and strictly as a numbers game, there are a lot more eligible contenders for a middle aged straight man than a middle aged gay man.

    Of course, one shouldn't give up hope of finding a partner when they're middle aged.

    Posted by: TANK | Mar 27, 2009 3:27:07 PM


  5. How's that again, Kyle? The "AARP crowd"? God! You just gotta love gay ageism. Well, FYI, Kyle, dear, there are a lot of men who come here to Towleroad who are--GASP!--47, maybe 50, maybe even--FAINT!! SWOON!!--55, 60!! Get over it, girlie-boys. Age ain't nothin but a number.

    Posted by: mike | Mar 28, 2009 1:43:13 PM


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