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.

Introducing | Opening Ceremony Annual

Opening Ceremony has debuted its annual, limited-edition magazine -- OC Annual. With the content to revolve around a certain theme each year, the inaugural issue focuses on Sports for the Olympic year. "With imagery and text by both iconic and...

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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.

Fantastic Man F/W 2011 ‘Grey’ Editorial

Fantastic Man F/W 2011 'Grey' Editorial

In the Fall/Winter 2011/12 issue of Fantastic Man, we came across this spread which sheds light on grey flannel and delivers some exceptional styling to boot. “”A True classic in menswear, grey flannel has all the qualities to create strong angular looks and make clothes look so elegant.” The editorial was captured by Paul Wetherell and styled by Jodie Barnes.