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Men’s Style Australia

Men’s Style Australia Issue #68

Men’s Style Australia is the go-to magazine for the modern Australian man – the guy who’s keen on the latest news, trends and insights on fashion, grooming, design, technology and culture.

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editor’s note

Our Men Of Influence is in its 9th edition this year. I have now compiled five of them and so feel qualified to say this year’s list represents our most diverse collection of influential men to date. From an architect to an optometrist, property developer, climate change specialist, chef and journalist, the range of different disciplines covered by our list is what – in our humble opinion – keeps it genuine and interesting from year to year. Like, we could probably make the list more PR-able and social media-friendly, but Men’s Style readers are of the more savvy variety and see through such cynical manipulation. As one of this year’s Men, Winston McCall, says, “in a world quickly becoming about manufactured personas, the starting point for everything is presenting an honest…

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HAIL ALY What makes Waleed Aly [Autumn, 2016] so refreshing is taking a complex issue like I.S.I.S and making it digestible for the masses to understand in a thoughtful manner. Your article failed to address the popularity he has with people in the G.L.B.T.I community as well. (My lawyer partner finds him adorable!) He’s Generation Y’s own Obama, smart, funky and cool. I wish him continued success and a very bright future. James Smith, Melbourne, Vic LISTEN UP A couple more podcasts to be considered for gents [Autumn 2016] would be WhiskyCast, an informative and well presented podcast on everything whisky. The presenter Mark Gillespie, is approachable and has a genuine love for this fine spirit. This podcast compliments Shayne Bugden’s Scotland Distillery story perfectly. The Adam Carolla Show is a constant on my playlist. Adam is…

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March 2016, Sydney MENSTYLE.COM.AU An enthusiastic crowd of readers, clients and magazine associates turned up to help us officially launch mensstyle.com.au at This Must Be The Place in Sydney’s Darlinghurst in March. Maybe because it was a Friday night or maybe because there was plenty of product on offer from one of our online launch partners, Henkell – producers of fine sparkling wine since 1856 – or maybe both combined, everyone enjoyed the evening as they heard from Editor Michael Pickering and Henkell’s Mr Klaus Kuerten (above) on the launch of our much anticipated site. Men’s Style thanks everyone who came and congratulates Kam from MCMPR who walked away with a six-litre bottle of Henkell for listening to Klaus’ speech most closely! April 2016, Sydney THE BARBER SHOP Sydney guys are already familiar with The…

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truly wonderful

When it comes to Wonder Woman, we confess we’re traditionalists who still harbour not entirely clean thoughts about the original televisual WW played by Lynda Carter, with her golden lasso and her blue, star-spangled granny pants. But we’re man enough to admit that 21st Century Wonder Woman, as played by beautiful Israeli actress Gal Gadot, was about the only decent thing in the recent filmic nonsense that was Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice. Ms. Gadot made us sit up and take notice in a way that made us entirely forget Ms. Carter’s luscious brunette locks and long, lithe limbs, and ask the question, who is Gal Gadot? The statuesque former Miss Israel (2004) had worked as a model, not surprisingly, and also on Israeli TV until she scored a part in the…

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from prodigy to pro

‘I don’t go too crazy with my choices, I like to stay classic in my approach and I’ve always been like that.’ In the busy international Formula One annual calendar, what are your favourite places to visit? It’s the three M’s really – Melbourne Monaco and Montreal. Monaco is home, and then the best races – Melbourne is always cool and Montreal is very much like Melbourne actually – the people are enthusiastic, the city is always fun with great restaurants. It’s just a nice location. There’s been some criticism of Formula One as a sport in recent times – are you confident about its future? I am. I really love the sport. I’m sure it’s going to be of interest to many people for many years to come. It’s one of the biggest…

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the rosberg rundown

A Formula One driver since he partnered with Australia’s Mark Webber at Williams in 2006 (aged just 21), Nico Rosberg is undoubtedly closing on his maiden world championship. The son of 1982 World Champion, Keke Rosberg, Nico was raised in Monaco where his Finnish father and his German mother Sina resided. While he also played competitive tennis, junior karting – like his current team-mate and greatest rival Lewis Hamilton – was where young Nico found his metier from the age of six. At age 17 he properly entered the world of single-seater car racing by winning the Formula BMW championship and after experience as a test driver, as well as Formula Three Euroseries and GP2 series, he debuted with Williams. His first podium was a third at the 2008 Australian Grand…