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Men’s Style Australia

Men’s Style Australia Issue 73

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

Spring is always a big issue in the world of magazines about fashion and this one was no exception, making for an enjoyable if somewhat gruelling couple of months putting it together. Enjoyable because of the diversity of content we’ve crammed in. There’s our guide to the best looks for the coming Spring racing season, including etiquette-appropriate but on trend wear for the various days of the carnival and some sage advice from Myer ambassador Kris Smith, a man who has seen the inside of more than a few hospitality marquees. There’s travel destinations from the luxury of Dubai and Jackalope on our own Mornington Peninsula to an in-depth look at local favourites in Barcelona. There’s en edit of wonderful new timepieces and 24 pages of new fashion both classic and…

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ZAC AND HIS SIXPACK After seeing the pictures of a very buff Zac Efron in your last issue I felt beholden to check online to see how the guy – who was just a young boy last time I noticed him – got so jacked. And while it proved pretty easy to find plenty of tips and guidance on how to achieve his ‘chiselled’ look, much of it involved the sort of masochism I just can’t abide unless you’re also going to pay me a couple of mill to go to work (which is what I assume they give Zac to look like that). So thanks for the inspiration, Efron, but I’ll have to leave the Baywatch slow-mo beach run to you and The Rock for now. Will Geoffrey, Sydney, NSW MORE LAPO I enjoyed…

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spring compendium

Wear Ray - Ban X Ferrari~To celebrate Sebastian Vettel’s 2017 F1 win earlier this year, Ray-Ban has released a limited edition Scuderia Ferrari collection. The two world-famous brands have collaborated to produce sunglasses that marry state-of-the-art design and technology. Echoing the aerodynamic design, materials and colours of the Scuderia Ferrari, the Ray-Bans employ advanced lenses, ultra-light carbon fiber, super strong steel and impact absorbing rubber. From $320, ray-ban.com Furnish Boyd Collection~In 1958, famous architect, writer, designer and critic Robin Boyd designed a house for his family in South Yarra, Melbourne. The house was furnished simply, with pieces designed by Boyd: two sofas, a dining table, two side tables, a sideboard and daybed. Each piece a study in stripped back elegance and comfort. Now, a collection of pieces – sofa, dining table, coffee table…

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Sydney, June 2017 TAG HEUER Inside one of TAG Heuer’s most successful boutiques worldwide – it’s Pitt Street Mall one at Westfield Sydney CBD – guests were given an up-close-and-personal introduction to the brand’s key product introduced at this year’s Baselworld by local General Manager Pierre Blouin. TAG Heuer’s next-gen smartwatch, the Connected Modular 45 , which we covered in depth last issue, was a particular point of focus for guests on the evening. Sydney, July 2017 BELL & ROSS Sydney’s iconic Quay restaurant was the perfect weekday backdrop to the local Baselworld presentation for key media by stylish French brand Bell & Ross. Feature pieces from the new collection were on show, such as the BR 03-92 square diver, the BR RS-17 collection for Renault Sport F1 team, and the BR S Nova Rosa…

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awake to possibility

‘I’m trying to now approach my work so I can get a sense of the… freedom I had when I was younger.’David Wenham David Wenham knows what scares you about the new version of Wake In Fright because it scared him too. “I was dead set against it,” he says of being overseas and hearing that the 1971 Australian masterpiece was to be remade. “I just thought, ‘That’s ridiculous.’ I mean, why would you?” As things would have it, shortly after the actor arrived back home in Sydney the revamped script landed on his desk. “I could easily just have dispensed with the idea but out of curiosity I read it,” the 52-year-old actor says. “It was really, really good. I went 180 degrees on the idea.” Wenham didn’t make the decision lightly…

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jason momoa

Standing six-feet-four and weighing more than 105 kilos, it’s no surprise that Jason Momoa has played a lot of tough hombres in both period pieces and the sci-fi/comic book adaptation realm. Also known as Mr Lisa Bonet (he married her in 2007 and they have two children together), Momoa’s career is about to go to another level due to his title role in the upcoming Aquaman, due for release next year. It will be Momoa’s third go around as Arthur Curry/Aquaman, after playing the role in 2016’s Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice and and the soon-to-be-released Justice League. A mixture of native Hawaiian and native American with German and Irish, Momoa worked as a teenage model after being ‘discovered’ by designer Takeo Kobayashi. It led to a role in TV series…