Da Man

Da Man

February - March 2020

DA MAN is the definitive guide to men’s style, giving readers insightful tips on the hottest fashion, art events, travel destinations, grooming products, relationships, technology and autos.

PT Mahapala Mahardhika
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something old, something new

For our first proper issue published in 2020, we have some incredible stories. Naoki Kobayashi, who graces the cover of this issue, has recently broken into the global movie industry. We also have an interview with Camrus Johnson from the “Batwoman” TV series and, on the home front, we’re touching base again with seasoned actor and all-around gentleman Rio Dewanto. In a surprising twist, what really resonated with me was chat talk with Santiago Carbrera about his involvement in “Star Trek: Picard.” So, here we have a well-established setting with a very familiar premise, an incredibly loyal fanbase and top-notch talent. Yet, as Carbrera pointed out, the new show is “a true departure and new beginning in so many ways.” In a way, it boldly goes where no “Star Trek” show…

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EDITORIAL Publisher/Editor-in-Chief RONALD LIEM Editor-at-Large JOEZER MANDAGI Fashion Director-at-Large BRAD HOMES Managing Editor ANINDYA DEVY Assistant to Publisher RADITYA BASUKI Indonesia-Based Editorial Team Editor RIGA RAMADHAN Writer ALDINA PUTRI NASUTION Fashion Stylist SAFINA NADYA HARYS Editorial Assistant RESSA NUR AGUSTIN Art Directors MUHAMMAD RAFLI FAJAR NUGRAHA Sr. Digital Imaging Artist MAHESA PUTRA LOEGIMAN Digital Imaging Artist IRFANA THAHIRAH PUTRI Videographers RADEN HARYO SURYADI ADITYA WISNU YANIARSO Sr. Photographer JOE SABARTO Photographers HARUNS MAHARBINA SUNARYO Production Sr. Production Manager KUSDIANA Production Executives ADI WIJAYA NURIDIN US-Based Editorial Team Creative Director/Photographer MITCHELL NGUYEN MCCORMACK PUBLISHING Chairwoman MAGGIE M. HALIM Managing Director RONALD LIEM Director FRANCISCA LIEM Director of Sales & Marketing ELSIYAH SUSANTO Sr. Advertising Sales Manager DWI HARTANTO Advertising Sales Manager YOPI HADI Marketing Sr. Manager DARWIN CHANG Sr. Marketing Support BREGAS WASGAPITA C&D Manager VERA SIAGIAN C&D Supervisor WAHYUDI Circulation Executives ABADI ATJANG ANWAR MUSADAD Sr. F&A Manager RESLIANA YOSEPHINE Group Tax Manager MUHAMAD RIDWAN Accounting Manager LIANA PHIONG Accounting Supervisor DERVINA Finance Manager INNEKE SOHILAIT Finance Sr. Staff…

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MARITIME VIBES Sun, sea, summer—nautical themes has become one of the highlights for the spring/summer 2020 season. This trend is particularly well represented in the house of Lanvin summer holiday vibes and a utopian feel. Case in point would be the maison’s reversible quilted jacket, which features naval flag prints and has become one of the key looks from the brand’s latest collection. Bruno Sialeli, Lanvin’s new creative director, mentioned that the piece had references to the tourist culture of the ’70s: Loud, vibrant and a bit freakish in their own way. For more semi-formal occasions, the jacket can easily be worn with toned-down shirts and pants to keep the attention squarely on the jacket. Photography & Styling Ronald Liem Model Juan Paoletti/eModel Grooming Engelina Inez Wibowo…

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Take a Bowl Bowling shirts have taken their place as a must-have outfit for spring/summer 2020. Above all, bowling shirts are well suited for the warm days of summer thanks to their open necklines, billowing fit and short sleeves. This trend was particularly noticeable on the runways of London and has been introduced by the designers of major brands such as Dsquared2, Dolce & Gabbana and Marni. Sail Ho This spring’s fashion trends take us to the seaside with cropped shorts, boxy sailor tops, nautical stripes and a palette of Aegean blue. These elements were present in the collections of Lanvin, Prada and Kenzo, where plenty of pieces featured cool ocean vibes while showcasing the wonders of nature. As an extension to this theme, the use of recycled material—for instance in Prada’s iconic…

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Eyes On You Following in his wife’s footsteps, David Beckham has decided to venture into the fashion industry by launching the DB Eyewear by David Beckham collection, which was unveiled during Milan Fashion Week. To offer a high-quality collection, DB Eyewear is teaming up with leading luxury eyewear manufacturers Safilo in Italy, which is mostly known for its collaborations with big brands such as Dior, Fendi and Givenchy. The collection will feature a series of sunglasses and optical frames featuring first-rate materials and the “DB” monogram inscribed on the lens. According to Beckham himself, working with people who have the same vision and who value quality is great. Moreover, eyewear has always been a category that he has wanted to explore and he felt that Safilo was the right partner to…

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The Retro Bump Lanvin has introduced the Bumper, its first unisex sneaker as part of its spring/summer 2020 collection. The first sneakers designed by new creative director Bruno Sialeli is inspired by running shoes from the 1970s. The retro vision comes not just in its classic shape but also through the aged look of the midsole, nylon upper and tongue of the shoe, wich look as if they are faded by sand and seawater. The sneaker collection is available in seven different colors ranging from two-tone looks to bright greens, purples or monochrome, made of premium nylon and leather. The iconic Lanvin logo is repeated on four angles: embroidered on the tounge in gold thread, embossed on the heel pull, engraved on the “spoiler” sole and inlaid in the treaded sole.…