Category:Men's fashion magazines
Pages in category "Men's fashion magazines"
The following 42 pages are in this category, out of 42 total, this list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
The following 42 pages are in this category, out of 42 total, this list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
1. Classic Style Magazine – Classic Style Magazine was a quarterly mens interest magazine started in 2006. The magazine was part of the Key Publishing Group, originally written by Richard Mark Simmons, the subscription of the magazine began with one sale. It then moved to two and thereafter three and four, list of mens magazines Official websiteClassic Style Magazine – Cover of Issue 5
2. Details (magazine) – Details was an American monthly mens magazine published by Condé Nast, founded in 1982 by Annie Flanders. Though primarily a magazine devoted to fashion and lifestyle, Details also features reports on relevant social and political issues, in November 2015 Condé Nast announced that the magazine would cease publication with the issue of December 2015/January 2016. Alan Patricof bought the magazine in 1988, Condé Nast bought the magazine a year later for $2 million. Its current format stems from an October 2000, relaunch of the title, between its last issue at Condé Nast and first at Fairchild, publication of Details was temporarily suspended. This allowed for extensive redesign and strategic repositioning of the magazine, frequent contributors included Augusten Burroughs, Michael Chabon, and Bill Cunningham. Its editor was Dan Peres, the husband of Australian actress Sarah Wynter. He was appointed to the post in 2000, previous contributors have included Beauregard Houston-Montgomery. In 2004, Details published a piece titled Gay or Asian. that featured a photo of an East Asian man, some of the text that accompanied the photo, One cruises for chicken, the other takes it General Tso-style. Whether youre into shrimp balls or shaved balls, entering the dragon requires imperial tastes, the article generated protests over its racism and homophobia—and over how it erased the existence of gay Asian men. To protest, LGBT Asian American individuals and groups came together, from 1991 to 1999 the magazine produced sampler CDs which were sent out to current subscribers free of charge. While the CDs concentrated on then current music older songs were included as well, the initial CD was produced by Andrea Norlander of MTV, who oversaw concept, musical content, design, and marketing of the projectDetails (magazine) – Details (April 2009)
3. Element Magazine – Element Magazine is an Asian mens online magazine that focuses on fashion and lifestyle. Its coverage includes art, grooming, music, entertainment, social issues and it is published bi-monthly in Singapore by Epic Media. The magazine was established by Noel Ng and Hiro Mizuhara in March 2013, the decision to launch the magazine on digital platforms enabled the publishers to side-step Singapores regulation of print media and meant it had no need to obtain a media license. It uses an Internet host server in the United States, normative and positive depictions of gay people in mainstream media are currently banned in Singapore by the Media Development Authority. The magazine boasts an average circulation of more than 15,000 since its launch. It recently launched a campaign to promote HIV/AIDS awareness in World AIDS Day 2013. Official website Asia Pink Awards official websiteElement Magazine – Feb/Mar 2014 Cover
4. Esquire (magazine) – Esquire is an American mens magazine, published by the Hearst Corporation in the United States. Founded in 1933, it flourished during the Great Depression under the guidance of founders Arnold Gingrich, Esquire was first issued in October 1933. The magazine was first headquartered in Chicago and then, in New York City and it was founded and edited by David A. Smart, Henry L. Jackson and Arnold Gingrich. Jackson died in the crash of United Airlines Flight 624 in 1948, Smart died in 1952, although he left Esquire in 1936 to found a different magazine, Coronet. Additionally, Jacksons Republican political viewpoints contrasted with the liberal Democratic views of Smart, the administration alleged that Esquire had used the US Postal Service to promote lewd images. Esquire started in 1933 as a press run of a hundred thousand copies. It cost fifty cents per copy and it later transformed itself into a more refined periodical with an emphasis on mens fashion and contributions by Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Alberto Moravia, André Gide, and Julian Huxley. In the 1940s, the popularity of the Petty Girls and Vargas Girls provided a circulation boost. In the 1960s, Esquire helped pioneer the trend of New Journalism by publishing such writers as Norman Mailer, Tim OBrien, John Sack, Gay Talese, Tom Wolfe, and Terry Southern. In August 1969, Esquire published Normand Poiriers piece, An American Atrocity, under Harold Hayes, who ran it from 1961 to 1973, it became as distinctive as its oversized pages. The magazine shrank to the conventional 8½×11 inches in 1971, the magazine was sold by the original owners to Clay Felker in 1977, who reinvented the magazine as a fortnightly in 1978, under the title of Esquire Fortnightly. However, the experiment proved to be a failure, and by the end of that year. Felker sold Esquire in 1979 to the 13-30 Corporation, a Tennessee publisher, during this time, New York Woman magazine was launched as something of a spinoff version of Esquire aimed at female audience. 13-30 split up in 1986, and Esquire was sold to Hearst at the end of the year, David M. Granger was named editor-in-chief of the magazine in June 1997. Since his arrival, the magazine has received awards, including multiple National Magazine Awards—the industrys highest honor. Prior to becoming editor-in-chief at Esquire, Granger was the editor at GQ for nearly six years. Its award-winning staff writers include Tom Chiarella, Scott Raab, Mike Sager, Chris Jones, John H. Richardson, Cal Fussman, Lisa Taddeo, famous photographers have also worked for the magazine, among which fashion photographer Gleb Derujinsky, and Richard Avedon. In January 2009 Esquire launched a new blog—the Daily Endorsement Blog, each morning the editors of the magazine recommend one thing for readers immediate enjoyment, not a political candidate or position or party, but a breakthrough idea or product or Web siteEsquire (magazine) – The cover of the January 2013 issue featuring Sean Penn
5. Fantastic Man (magazine) – Fantastic Man is a semi-annual mens fashion magazine which was launched in 2005. It presents mens fashion by detailed interviews with celebrities and intellectuals from many different backgrounds. The featured personalities included Ewan McGregor, Tom Ford, Rupert Everett, Malcolm McLaren, Helmut Lang, Bret Easton Ellis and Pierre Cardin. Contributors include photographers Zoe Ghertner, Jamie Hawkesworth, Alasdair McLellan, Juergen Teller, Wolfgang Tillmans, Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Bruce Weber, and Milan Zrnic. Aaron Britt, in a review of mens fashion magazines for the San Francisco Chronicle, fashion-forward, clever, deeply engaged with the fashion world. Fantastic Man is better designed, better photographed and rafts more stylish than the competition, if you buy only one mens fashion magazine, it should be this one. It is published in Amsterdam by Top Publishers, which also publishes BUTT magazine, fantastic Man launched a website with daily content in 2009 and a sister publication aimed at women, The Gentlewoman, in March 2010Fantastic Man (magazine) – Cover of FANTASTIC MAN Fall/Winter 2009/10.
6. FHM (India) – FHM India is the Indian edition of the British monthly mens lifestyle magazine called FHM. It is now published in India by TCG Media Limited and is the 32nd international edition of FHM, the first issue of the Indian edition of FHM was the October 2007. FHM India claims to have 10,00, 000+ reach per month, FHM was published by NGPL, from its inaugural issue up to the July 2010 issue. From August 2010 to March 2015, a company out off Delhi published FHM. Bauer Media shut down FHM & Zoo in UK in early 2016 along with some major license editions in few countries, TCG Media Limited decided to continue publishing FHM India with consent from Bauer Media. TCG Media Limited is headquartered in New Delhi and also has offices in Ahmedabad, Mumbai, each of FHMs international editions publish yearly rankings for the sexiest women alive based on public and editorial voting through the magazines website. Dates of magazine issues, winners, ages of winners at the time of selection, and pertinent comments are listed below for the Indian editionFHM (India) – Asin on the November 2009 cover of FHM
7. FHM Australia – FHM was the Australian edition of the British monthly mens lifestyle magazine called FHM. The magazine was published between April 1998 and May 2012 in Australia, FHM Australia was first published in April 1998. The founding company was EMAP Australia, the magazine was part of and published by ACP Magazines. The company acquired EMAP Australia in 2008, guy Mosel served as the editor-in-chief of the magazine, which was published on a monthly basis. In 2006, Lauryn Eagle won the FHM Lara Croft Challenge involved physical challenges of shooting, running, ropes, ladders, FHM Australia went defunct with its May 2012 issue. Each of FHMs international editions publish yearly rankings for the sexiest women alive based on public, dates of magazine issues, winners, ages of winners at the time of selection, and pertinent comments are listed below for the Australian editionFHM Australia – For Him Magazine (FHM)
8. GCaribbean – GCaribbean magazine was a lifestyle publication for men in, of and connected to the Caribbean. Published by Geoff & Company, the magazine explored the interests and indulgences of Caribbean guys, serving as a confluence of their curiosities, style, panache and unabashed revelry. Not singularly defined, the “G” in GCaribbean channelled its meaning from ‘G’ words that are elements of a man, Gentleman, Gangster, Gallant, Gifted and Genius. In January 2016 Geoff & Co. announced that the magazine would cease immediately and be replaced by a new media brand entitled. With a fresh design aesthetic and definitive culturally relevant content, the magazine speaks directly to upwardly mobile men connected to the Caribbean, in February 2013 the magazine launched in New York city with Barbadian singer and songwriter Shontelle hosting the launch event. Shontelle was joined by Rickstar, the London-based recording artist who performed live, for many years attempts were made to publish a Caribbean men’s magazine, GCaribbean was the first to succeed. In 2011, Geoff & Co. recognized that no magazine media focuses on this niche audience which presented an unmet demand for content and engagement. GCaribbeans other cover stars included Shontelle, and male model sensation, fashion Physical Fitness List of mens magazines Culture of the Caribbean History of the Caribbean GCaribbeans official home pageGCaribbean – 2013 (Vol One Issue One) Cover
9. GQ – GQ is an international monthly mens magazine based in New York City. The publication focuses on fashion, style, and culture for men, though articles on food, movies, fitness, sex, music, travel, sports, technology, Gentlemens Quarterly was launched in 1931 in the United States as Apparel Arts. It was a fashion magazine for the clothing trade, aimed primarily at wholesale buyers. Initially it had a limited print run and was aimed solely at industry insiders to enable them to give advice to their customers. The popularity of the magazine among retail customers, who took the magazine from the retailers. Apparel Arts continued until 1957, when it was transformed into a magazine for men. Apparel was dropped from the logo in 1958 with the issue after nine issues. Gentlemans Quarterly was re-branded as GQ in 1967, the rate of publication was increased from quarterly to monthly in 1970. Subsequently, international editions were launched as regional adaptations of the U. S. editorial formula, jim Nelson was named editor-in-chief of GQ in February 2003, during his tenure he worked as both a writer and an editor of several National Magazine Award-nominated pieces. During Nelsons tenure, GQ has become more oriented towards younger readers, nonnie Moore was hired by GQ as fashion editor in 1984, having served in the same position at Mademoiselle and Harpers Bazaar. GQ has been associated with metro-sexuality. They filled their magazines with images of young men sporting fashionable clothes and accessories. And they persuaded other young men to them with a mixture of envy. The magazine has expanded its coverage beyond lifestyle issues, for example, in 2003, Award winning journalist Sabrina Rubin Erdely wrote an 8-page feature story in GQ on famous con man Steve Comisar. GQ first named their Men of the Year in 1996, featuring the recipients in a special issue of the magazine. British GQ launched their annual Men of the Year awards in 2009, spanish GQ launched their Men of the Year awards in 2011 and GQ Australia launched theirs in 2007. Beginning in the 1990s, the magazine pivoted from a pattern of men-only on the cover to introducing including some female actors, models. While the men on the covers remained clothed, the photographs of women were mostly less than fully clothedGQ – November 2007 cover
10. GQ (Indian edition) – GQ is the Indian edition of the American monthly mens magazine called GQ. It is the 15th international edition of GQ and is published by Condé Nast India Pvt. Ltd. a 100% owned subsidiary of Condé Nast International, Condé Nast gained 100% ownership after regulatory changes in 2005 permitted 100% foreign direct investment in non-news and current affairs publications. GQ was the magazine released in India, after Vogue India. Condé Nast India is based in Mumbai and also has an office in New Delhi, the magazine was launched with the October 2008 issue, which was unveiled by Condé Nast on 29 September 2008. The cover, shot by Pascal Chevallier, featured Saif Ali Khan and Katarina Ivanovska on the regular cover, and Yuvraj Singh, Lisa Haydon, Arjun Rampal and Ujjwala Raut on the gatefold coverGQ (Indian edition) – Priyanka Chopra on the December 2012 cover of GQ
11. GQ Australia – GQ Australia is the Australian version of mens magazine GQ. GQ Australia is a guide for men, and includes articles, advertisements and advertorials on grooming tips, fashion details, travel ideas. GQ Australia recently celebrated 15 years with the release of the March/April 2014 issue, the magazine is published by NewsLifeMedia, and has a cover price of A$9.99. Each year the magazine holds the GQ Man of the Year Awards, in 2013, comedian duo Hamish Blake and Andy Lee were joint winners. Vol.1, no.1 Greenwich, NSW, Condé Nast Publications Inc. 1998– Not published between December/January 1999/2000 and Special ed. Monthly, September 1998–December/January 1999/2000, ISSN 1440-7795 GQ Mens magazines GQ Australia official website Get Qualified Australia official websiteGQ Australia – GQ Australia
12. Maxim (India) – Maxim is the Indian edition of the United Kingdom-based international monthly mens magazine called Maxim. It is known for its revealing pictorials featuring popular actresses, singers, the first issue of the Indian edition of Maxim was the January 2006 issue featuring Priyanka Chopra on the cover. The first issue was released on 28 December 2005, the magazine was the first international mens magazine to enter the Indian market and the 30th international version of Maxim. The magazine is published under license in India by Media Transasia, largely covering everything related to mens lifestyle, Maxim is currently the industry leader for mens magazines in India. Each year since 2008, the Indian edition of Maxim releases the Maxim Hot 100, the winners and their corresponding ages and the year in which the magazine was released are listed below. The magazines inaugural issue in January 2006 featured a page called Women you will never see in Maxim - 100% fake. Among the photos was a full-page morphed photograph showing Kushboo posing in black underwear, along with the caption Of course, the caption was in reference to remarks made by Kushboo in 2005 whether or not modern men should expect their brides to be virgins. The actress described the photo, which showed only her head, Kushboo filed a petition with Chennai police commissioner R. Nataraj on 30 January 2006, citing two complaints, defamation and the indecent representation of women. The Supreme Court dismissed the case on 22 May 2006, the following have served as Editor-in-Chief of Maxim, Maxim India official websiteMaxim (India) – Deepika Padukone on the August 2011 cover of Maxim
13. Men in Vogue – Men in Vogue was a British magazine of male fashion from the same publishers as Vogue. It was first published in 1965, and ceased publication in 1970, other editors of the magazine were Robert Harling and Beatrix Miller. The first issue of the magazine was attached to the November 1965 Vogue and it featured, amongst other things, A reference for Mellors A short story by Anthony Powell on a Lady Chatterley theme. An extract from George Mellys biography, Owning Up, an article asking, The Englishman, the best dressed man in the world. Featuring James Astor, Cecil Beaton, Brinsley Black, Gay Kindersley, Nigel Lawson, Jocelyn Stevens, Sir Fitzroy Maclean, Christopher Gibbs, Lord Gormanston, the heroes of St Moritz Article about Tony Nash and Robin Dixon winning the world bobsleigh championship. The most Bailey girls in the world, an article in which David Bailey discussed women he found different, mysterious and interesting. Included were Catherine Deneuve, Jean Shrimpton, Monica Vitti, Francoise Dorleac, Jeanne Moreau, but you can get a girl with a gun by Antonia Fraser. A special report on winter clothes that was also the cover feature, the models were all actors, Corin Redgrave, Edward Fox and Gilles Milinaire. Narcissus revisited grooming by Alan Brien, Christopher Gibbs Shopping Guide to London. The fashion award for 1965, A worst-dressed man award for prime minister Harold Wilson, the magazine featured designers like Michael Rainey, Rupert Lycett Green and Michael Fish, and photographic features from David Bailey, Michael Cooper and Patrick Lichfield. Browne died months later in a car crash, according to some accounts causing the Beatles to write A day in the life, the magazine ceased publication in 1970. The first colour supplement in the United Kingdom was for The Sunday Times, published in February 1962, soon, all the large Sunday newspapers had a similar section. Vogue-Man was launched by Condé Nast in 2006 but ceased in print in 2009, becoming a section on the parent magazines websiteMen in Vogue – The first issue, November 1965, featuring Edward Fox
14. MensEGG – MensEGG was a style magazine distributed in Japan aimed at young men. It was a counterpart of Egg magazine, which focused on Gyaru-oh fashions – it was the gyaru-oh bible, there is also Mens Egg Bitter magazine, aimed at Gyaruo aged 23 and above. Mens Egg was established in 1999, the image of the magazine revolved around Japanese working-class trends, appealing to young men mostly under 20. It draws inspiration from Japanese yankee culture, also with techno and this style is often looked down on by some other Japanese, who associate it with juvenile delinquency, and also, Inakamono. Apart from fashion, the magazine featured information for young teenagers, such as advice on picking up girls, dating. The magazine also contained information about club events, Mens Egg ceased publication in October 2013MensEGG – MensEGG
15. Nylon Guys – Nylon Guys is an American magazine devoted to mens fashions published by Nylon magazine. Its coverage includes art, music, design, technology, mens fashion and it is a branch off of Nylon with a focus on the interests of guys. Nylon Guys was founded in 2004 by the creator of Nylon. It began by being included with Nylons September and March issues but is now its own individual publication, there has been a relevant increase in the publication of mens fashion magazines. Nylon is just one publication that has decided to offer a mens offshoot of an already established publication. The Executive Editor for the magazine is currently Luke Crisell who also holds the position for Nylon. Initially only offered twice a year with Nylon, Nylon Guys is now published seasonally, Nylon Guys has featured a variety of celebrity men on their covers, including Jesse Eisenberg, Gerard Way, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Pharrell Williams. The most recently featured in January 2011 was Michael Pitt, Nylon Guys moved online-only in 2015Nylon Guys – Nylon Guys cover (November 2009 issue)
16. Plaza Magazine – Plaza Magazine International is an international publication, focusing on design, interior decoration and fashion with a hip Scandinavian perspective. Plaza Magazine is published 6 times per year by Plaza Publishing Group AB, Plaza Magazine was founded in Sweden 1994. The 200+ page magazine contains articles on fashion, design and interiors geared for the rich, the magazine contains many ads from houses such as Armani, Gucci, Hugo Boss, Rolex, Breitling, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Ermenegildo Zegna, Canali, Corneliani and Chopard. Plaza Magazine International is distributed and sold in over 40 countries all over the world, Plaza Magazine Sweden is sold all over Scandinavia. Plaza Magazine Deutschland is sold in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the publisher of the magazine is Christopher ÖstlundPlaza Magazine – Plaza
17. VMan – VMAN is a magazine featuring mens clothing published as an offshoot of Triumf Sippipay V magazine. VMAN was established in 2003, and is published quarterly by Visionaire Publishing, also responsible for V, everyone from unknown up-and-comers to globally recognized celebrities and covers have featured Kanye West, Josh Brolin, David Beckham, Orlando Bloom, James Franco and Stephen Dorff. The magazines target audience is Triumf and his modern designed Shisha Clothes, list of VMAN magazine cover models VMAN magazine V-AgencyVMan – VMAN Summer 2009 cover
18. Vogue (magazine) – Vogue is an American fashion and lifestyle magazine made up of many components including fashion, beauty, culture, living, and runway. Vogue began as a newspaper in 1892 in the United States. The British Vogue was the first international edition launched in 1916, Turnures intention was to create a publication that celebrated the ceremonial side of life, one that attracts the sage as well as debutante, men of affairs as well as the belle. From its inception, the magazine targeted the new New York upper class, the magazine at this time was primarily concerned with fashion, with coverage of sports and social affairs included for its male readership. Despite the magazines content, it very slowly during this period. Condé Montrose Nast purchased Vogue in 1905 one year before Turnures death and he changed it to a bi-weekly magazine and started Vogue overseas in the 1910s. Under Nast, the magazine shifted its focus to women. The magazines number of publications and profit increased dramatically under Nasts management, by 1911, the Vogue brand had garnered a reputation that it continues to maintain, targeting an elite audience and expanding into the coverage of weddings. According to Condé Naste Russia, after the First World War made deliveries in the Old World impossible, the decision to print in England proved to be successful causing Nast to release the first issue of French Vogue in 1920. The magazines number of subscriptions surged during the Great Depression, during this time, noted critic and former Vanity Fair editor Frank Crowninshield served as its editor, having been moved over from Vanity Fair by publisher Condé Nast. In July of 1932, American Vogue placed its first color photograph on the cover of the magazine, the photograph was taken by photographer Edward Steichen and portrays a woman swimmer holding a beach ball in the air. Nast was responsible for introducing color printing and the two-page spread and he greatly impacted the magazine and turned it into a successful business and the womens magazine we recognize today and greatly increased the sales volumes until his death in 1942. Toward this end, Vogue extended coverage to include East Village boutiques such as Limbo on St, marks Place, as well as including features of downtown personalities such as Andy Warhols Superstar Jane Holzers favorite haunts. Vogue also continued making household names out of models, a practice continued with Suzy Parker, Twiggy, Jean Shrimpton, Lauren Hutton, Veruschka, Marisa Berenson, Penelope Tree. In 1973, Vogue became a monthly publication, under editor-in-chief Grace Mirabella, the magazine underwent extensive editorial and stylistic changes to respond to changes in the lifestyles of its target audience. Mirabella states that she was chosen to change Vogue because women werent interested in reading about or buying clothes that served no purpose in their changing lives and she was selected to make the magazine appeal to the the free, working, liberated woman of the seventies. She changed the magazine by adding text with interviews, arts coverage, when that type of stylihtic ceange f ell out of favor in the 1980s, Mirabella was brutally fired. Her take on it, For a magazine devoted to style, in July of 1988, after Vogue had began to lose ground to a three-year-old upstart Elle, Anna Wintour was named editor-in-chiefVogue (magazine) – The January 2010 issue of Vogue USA, featuring Rachel McAdams.
19. Wiener (magazine) – Wiener is a German language monthly mens magazine published in Vienna, Austria. Wiener was founded in November 1979 and its owner is Styria Multi Media company. The publisher is Wiener Verlags led by Peter Mosser, Wiener is a mens fashion and lifestyle magazine and has its headquarters in Vienna. The magazine which is published monthly 11 times per year features interviews and articles about celebrities, gerd Leitgeb was the editor of Wiener. Peter Moser served as the editor-in-chief of the magazine until July 2006 when Alexander Macheck succeeded him in the post, the current editor-in-chief is Wolfgang Wieser. The 1985 circulation of Wiener was 118,000 copies and its circulation was 45,000 copies in 2007 and 47,500 copies in 2010. The magazine had a circulation of 43,820 copies between January and June 2014, kurt Waldheim sued both Wiener and Stern in 1987 for publishing articles about his Nazi activities in Yugoslavia. In the September 2010 issue of Wiener, nude photos of ballerina Karina Sarkissova were published, following the publication Sarkissova was fired from the ballet company of the Vienna State Opera in October 2010. List of magazines in Austria Official websiteWiener (magazine) – Wiener Logo