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Models: Cameron Russel & Benjamin Edim 

 Shot by Lachlan Bailey, styled by Clare Richardson

Man About Town is one of my favorite publications. The London-based magazine is a smart take on men’s fashion. Any time you pick up the quarterly you should expect excellent editorials and interviews with some of the industry’s most talented. This editorial is inspired by 70’s prep and manages to tastefully execute the feeling of being on a college campus during that period . It’s nice to see an editorial that draws on prep that isn’t literal. As well it’s a nice departure from the PJs, North Face fleeces and flip-flops you’d see on a real college campus in 2013. Take this posting as a friendly reminder that coupleswear doesn’t have to be coupleswear. See it in print in the Man About Town Spring/Summer 2013 issue.

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Man about Town Issue #10: The Dog Issue
Editorial: On the Prowl
Photography: Paolo Roversi
Styling: Katy England
Model: Simon Sabbath

Man about Town is one of my favorite men’s magazines. It comes out only bi-annually and can be a bit difficult to track down but every issue I’ve come across is worth owning. There’s not not filler or advertisements and they always have great concepts and visually stunning editorials. The magazine is one of the few that gets it absolutely RIGHT; pairing a worldwide outlook with great product and travel recommendations and conversations with some of the most relevant figures in popular culture and creative industries. This editorial is from the latest issue #10:  The Dog Issue which explores man’s relationship with our canine friends.

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Man about Town is one of my favorite men’s magazines on the market. It’s released quarterly and I treat it more like a collectable coffee table book than a magazine. It’s not filled with fluff or advertisements like much of what is out there. Instead the magazine instead pushes a tasteful cosmopolitan view of art , fashion, and music. This editorial Viper Boys is shot by Richard Bush and has a mood that’s simultaneously modern and nostalgic. Theres a certain romantic sadness captured that really resonates better on the printed than our day to day lives. Nevertheless the great photography is combined by excellent styling including pieces from Jil Sander, Noah, and Victor & Rolf Monsieur.

Credits

Richard Bush – Photographer
Cole Mohr – Model
Eliza Cummings – Model
Ash Stymest – Model
Max Barreau – Model

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