VMAN i — Autumn/Winter 2005, #5


VMAN magazine was created for a 21st-century kind of man—one who is stylish and curious, urban and adventuresome, comfortable with himself and at home in the world. The magazine spotlights up-and-comers and shines a new light on more established stars, while also uncovering fascinating new trends, ideas, styles, destinations, and objects for the man who needs to stay up to date with the latest and greatest in international society and culture. With an influential readership that includes both rising underground talents and well-known names in art, fashion, entertainment and media, VMAN is a new kind of men’s magazine for the new kind of man.

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  • United States
  • Four issues a year
  • First issue 2003
  • ISSN 1546-0835

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V MEN Ten guys that you need to know now Jeremy Bloom Is the United States’ brightest hope for the winter Olympics Jamie Bell The new James Dean? Cristiano Ronaldo Is blazing through the soccer world Leo Gregory Rocks the Rolling Stones Vitor Belfort Is a fighter and a lover (and an Evangelical convert) Nate Lowman Is shooting his way through the art world Richie LaMontagne Pulls no punches Jose María Manzanares Loves animals and kills bulls Ben Lindbergh Is an aspiring actor with a penchant for nudity John Legend Has plenty of soul The Style Council Dressed up suits The Blouson Brothers The best cropped jackets The Coat Mafia The slickest cover-ups Watch That Man Keep up with the times What’s Your Bag? Fall’s top carry-ons The New Oxford Step out in style Prep Rally All-American basics Jean Pool Denim rules Brief Encounter It’s what’s inside that counts Check Mates We’re shirting the issue News The latest in art, style, design, and architecture Kurt Cobain Is making waves more than ten years after his death Going Psycho The music world falls in love with with performance and psychedelia Finely Drawn A new generation of sketch artists Sound Check Fall’s hottest CDs Book Smart Fall’s coolest books Blame It on Rio Marcio Garcia is Brazil’s brightest superstar. Photography Mario Testino Height of Fashion Steven Meisel’s favorite fashion moments. Photography Steven Meisel Knit Wit New ways to wear the best fall sweaters. Photography David Sims Ryan Gosling Talks about religion, sex, and his stint as a Mouseketeer. Photography Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin Under Construction Customized underwear takes center stage. Photography Bruce Weber She’s Got It Actress Paz de la Huerta bares all. Photography Mario Sorrenti House Wear Leisure is back in fashion. Photography Mario Testino Perestroika Mon Amour Soviet-era references are being updated. Photography Collier Schorr From Head to Toe When it comes to style, everything counts in large amounts. Photography Terry Tsiolis Fall Rushes In Domenico Dolce selects his favorite fall looks. Photography Mariano Vivanco Wassup Rockers Larry Clark’s new film is about good kids in a bad place. Photography Larry Clark Forever Young Hard-edged clothes soften up in the countryside. Photography Alasdair McLellan Sneak Attack A last look at our favorite new sneakers. Photography Billy Jim

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