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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by Pedro, Oct 4, 2010.
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I like it. A great photo of Pharrell, and an unconvential, but really nice layout.
i like it, very clean
I said the same thing very clean, I like it too!
I love him but that outfit is meh. Can't wait to get this issue, I love this magazine.
^ Terrible styling indeed, don't like the cover
I love it. Great layout!
don't like the cover.
love this...I like the thick border that makes it feel very clean
and it has nothing whatsover to do with my undying love for this man
Very simple. I like it. I love how Man About Town always makes their subjects look refined.
I really like it. Love the 90s vibe of it!
They've had better covers.
It's a nice simple cover. The content in always good though...so I hope they have something nice up their sleeves.
Life's a Beach - The Winter Sun Issue
Babes, bikes, battleships, booze, burgers, boards, and beastly behaviour
- Hervé Le Tellier
- Swinging Sixties
- My Oh Maier !
- Doggy Style - Richard Buckley
- Plastic Fantastic
- Sexy Seydoux - Mario Sorrenti
- Modern Suburbia - Kacper Kasprzyk
- Lost Highway - Nicolas Bourriaud
- Night Surfing - Damian Kelleher
I welcome the return of Mr. Richard Buckley to fashion magazines, which can be noticed also at Pop magazine masthead (as "copy editor & le dogg", whatever that means...).
Man About Town F/W 2010.11
Ph: Paolo Roversi
Styled by Jacob K
Models: Clement Chabernaud and Valerija Kelava,
The editorial in #16 is not so distant in mood or story to the most recent Prada ad campaign although I think this editorial captured something that ad campaign failed to.
^I totally agree. The Prada campaign looks forced by comparison. This looks authentic.
Ph: Kacper Kasprzyk
Styl: Jay Massacret
M: Zach King
^ How beautiful is that editorial? I'm also in love with Roversi's ed. I might just pick this issue up.