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Men’s Style Australia Issue 71

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.

Land:
Australia
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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IN DIESER AUSGABE

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editor’s note

The last editor’s letter I wrote, right before that US election installing The Donald in the White House, admittedly got a bit philosophical and anxious about an uncertain world. Oh, for those days back! Now we’re on the rollercoaster, where Trump serves as clickbait as much as world leader and the lurid, louche and ludicrous headlines don’t stop. Regular Men’s Style contributor, US-based Australian writer Matthew Hall, jumped on the back of a moving beast this issue by digging into a side story associated with the Russian hacking scandal that has tainted America’s last election and which is still evolving as we put this issue to bed. Hall attempted to speak with Alisa Shevchenko, a photogenic Russian who ran a cybersecurity business which found itself sanctioned by the US government when outgoing US…

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feedback

GO THE GOS Looks like you chose well putting Ryan Gosling on the cover [Summer 2016/17] given he keeps winning awards for La La Land. I never paid that much attention to him before but when I read in your cover profile that he actually learnt jazz piano in order to play the songs in the film, I realised how good his performance really is. Plus he always looks the business on the red carpet so, perfect fit for you guys – style and talent! James Collins, Leichhardt, NSW ’APPY WITH THAT Interesting chat with the Appster chaps in the last issue. As someone who is trying to get a tech idea off the ground it was particularly interesting to read Josiah’s views about the challenges facing start-ups in Australia. As a country, we really need…

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autumn compendium

Wear Hublot Big Bang Ferrari ~ The collaboration between the dynamic Swiss watchmaker and one of the most famous names in carmaking began in 2011 and is now producing some seriously racy timepieces. The latest is this Ferrari-inspired take on the Big Bang Unico model, featuring minute counter and date window at 3 o'clock designed like a car tachometer and the Prancing Horse logo at 6 o’clock. Measuring 45 mm in diameter, there are three limited edition variations: titanium, uni-directional carbon and the one above, King Gold. hublot.com Watch Flammable Children ~ It won’t be out until later this year but on the basis of the stills, we can’t wait for director Stephan Elliott’s Flammable Children, starring Guy Pearce and Kylie Minoque. Set in a beachside suburb of Australia, 1975, the story begins…

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schmoozing

February 2017, Melbourne MYER An underground car park at the University of Melbourne was transformed for Myer’s Autumn-Winter 2017 Fashion Launch in mid-February. An exclusive and intimate, black-tie dinner for 100 VIPs was the backdrop to the showcase of new season Australian and International designer collections, led once more by ‘Face of Myer’ Jennifer Hawkins. Menswear brands included Aquila and MJ Bale in a show that drew a high-powered, well-dressed audience. February 2017, Melbourne AUSTRALIAN MOTORING AWARDS As one of the judges of the WhichCar Style Awards, Men’s Style was on hand at Crown Casino, Melbourne in February to help Audi celebrate the gong, which it took home for the elegant A4. More than 200 car industry guests attended the evening, which also crowned the prestigious Wheels Car Of The Year (Mazda CX-9), Motor Performance…

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the x man xavier samuel

‘It was one of the funniest scripts I’d ever read so you sort of hope you just don’t muck it up.’ In 2011 A Few Best Men proved a surprise box office hit, with 33-year-old on-the-rise actor Xavier Samuel leading an ensemble cast in a comedy that was genuinely more hit than miss. Now he returns in a sequel (of sorts) A Few Less Men, in which he reprises his role as Englishman David Locking who along with two compatriots, battles heat, cross-dressers and unwanted erections in the Australian Outback. It looks like this film might have been a lot of fun to do, Xavier? It was. It was sort of like a reunion hanging out with [co-stars] Kris [Marshall] and Kevin [Bishop] again and yeah, we had a total blast. It reminded Men’s…

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weather proofed

leeoliveira.com Our wrap-up of what happened on the catwalks at the European Fall-Winter 2017 menswear shows begins on page 70 of this issue but outside of the parades in Milan, at least, Lee Oliveira captured an onslaught of statement outerwear by those getting about the fashion capital. From biker jackets to leopard print coats and jumpers emblazoned with large, colourful, cartoonish graphics, the outer shell set the tone for street style outside Milan Fashion Week. And while much of the chatter about the collections focused on the return of looser silhouettes, more comfortable, baggier fits, and the continuing encroachment of technical, athletic-inspired fabrics and styles on high fashion, outside it was still mostly tight and fitted. For more contemporary street style go to Lee’s page and also regularly check mensstyle.com.au for highlights from the…

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