Man About Town – SS18
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Marrying luxury and the runway with streetwear’s elite, this autumn sees the inimitable bi-annual men’s fashion and lifestyle magazine Man About Town embark on an exciting new chapter in publishing.
Comprised of modern, distinguished content that appeals to tastemakers, the curious and the cosmopolitan, for a decade the magazine has continued to explore everything from culture to luxury goods, elsewhere offering an insider’s relationship with the people creating today’s visual industries.
An opportunity to indulge in a fashion magazine that nods both to the industry’s business and creative sides, the title eschews the safety net of its competitors, something that will no doubt further solidify its place within the market with this latest endeavour, generating a new narrative and asserting its prominence amongst the wider media arena.
In this Issue:
COVER STAR: XAVIER DOLAN
WEARS: LOUIS VUITTON AW18 Photography SHAYNE LAVERDIERE Styling WAY PERRY Words BENJI WALTERS
“My American dream wasn’t so dreamy…” So says Canadian cinema’s (almost) grown-up enfant terrible, Xavier Dolan. And from that controversial wunderkind’s nightmares in Hollywood to the perverse thrills of Balenciaga’s fashion fantasies, the summer issue’s enthralled to the id and obeying only the pleasure principle: wherever that may lead.
So, while Xavier talks, inevitably, of narcissism, his need to be loved and the compulsion to control, Russian Instagram-darling Sasha Trautvein, captured by Horst Diekgerdes, muses on the brutal appeal of his homeland and the enigmatic draw of his tattooed beauty. Meanwhile, Luke Evans, whose complicated masculinity brings depth to even the beefiest action behemoths, muses on the importance of staying grounded and the virtues of not giving a shit and rising Brit-star Jeremy Irvine speaks out on the scandals rocking his industry.
Elsewhere, we break down the summer’s definitive looks and essential pieces through the lenses of Timur Celikdag, Yvan Fabing and Tom Munro, examine fashion and politics’ decadently impulsive new mood, and capture four of London’s revolutionary creative class in the spaces and places they call home.
“Let us toast to animal pleasures,” proposed lifelong hedonist Hunter S. Thompson. We’ll second that.
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