COS Magazine for Spring/Summer 2015

Here's a look at the 17th Edition of COS Magazine, just in time for the Spring/Summer 2015 season. Inspiration comes from paper, with a strong focus on the tactile usage of printed pages for expressing words, images and ideas. Inside,...

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Inventory Magazine Issue 11

Inventory Magazine's out with their Fall/Winter 2014 issue, this time shooting Visvim's Hiroki Nakamura for the cover. Inside, you'll also find coverage on Oliver Payne, Margaret Howell, John Gluckow, Dover Street Market, Hirofumi Kurino, Naissance and Yohji Yamamoto, as well...

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Introducing | GQ Men of the Year 2013

Introducing | GQ Men of the Year 2013

GQ’s December Men of the Year issue honors the most incredible, most awe-inspiring, highest achieving men of 2013. Two of the year’s top performers, Justin Timberlake(“#Hashtag of the Year”) and Kendrick Lamar(“Rapper of the Year”), along with two of Hollywood’s biggest superstars, Matthew McConaughey (“Leading Man of the Year”) and Will Ferrell (“Funnyman of the Year”), each are featured on the eighteenth annual edition of the issue. Honored on a fifth cover is the late James Gandolfini, whose passing shocked the world this summer.

You can check out all the covers by flicking through our gallery above or by heading over to GQ.

Ozwald Boateng Covers GQ Style South Africa

Ozwald Boateng Covers GQ Style South Africa

GQ Style South Africa has launched their first issue for Autumn / Winter 2012 and asked British designer Ozwald Boateng to grace the cover. The bespoke menswear designer discusses his working philosophy of style, his vision of the African future and what it means to be human. Be sure to grab a copy if you’re able to. More looks from the spread can be found below.

Monocle | The First Five Years

Monocle | The First Five Years Video

Five years ago Monocle hit the newsstands. Today it’s at the heart of a very modern media company – but also one with some old-school values. The publication has evolved from having nineteen employees to over seventy now and representation in over 100 countries. The type of work they do ranges from print to video to radio. Yes, radio. Monocle also launched a television series on Bloomberg TV. Their reach is far and wide and the content is as rich and newsworthy in its 51st issues as it was back in issue 2007 when issue No. 1 hit newsstands. Here is a film that chronicles the first five years.

Edition29 ARCHITECTURE Issue 008 for iPad Video

Edition29 ARCHITECTURE Issue 008 for iPad Video

For those not familiar, Edition29 ARCHITECTURE is a visually invigorating magazine made exclusively for tablets (iPad and Android/Kindle Fire) that focuses on showcasing the new generation of modernist architects and their creations through cinematic photographic storytelling. Each issue contains over 150+ pages of full screen photographs, audio commentaries, video, text and pages that are in motion. The magazine is now on its eighth issue and features some really rich content. The video below gives us a preview of the issue, running through some great highlights of the 150 pages in 30 seconds. Grab the iPad app here (iTunes link).

Rolling Stone Italy Debuts Rock & Roll Style, Vol. 1

Rolling Stone Italy Debuts Rock & Roll Style, Vol. 1

The boys over at Selectism give us a look at Rolling Stone Italia’s debut Rock & Roll Style issue. It was specially produced to be released during Pitti Uomo and Milan Fashion Week, with a well-produced stream of content for the Italian gentleman. Topics ranged from product reviews and style tips to some more in-depth features like those for Brooks Saddles and Victorinox knives. The price for such an exceptional read? Free.