VMAN i — Spring/Summer 2004, #2


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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  • 116 (52)
  • United States
  • Four issues a year
  • First issue 2003
  • ISSN 1546-0835

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THE ALPHABET OF STYLE Adventure Cliff divers take the ultimate leap Boats Water toys to keep you cruising in style Caviar and Carbs The new party favors Decadent Drinks Fashionably smashed at the Plaza Athénée Easy Lay Karl Lagerfeld’s new sleeping cube Fine Print Books on fashion, art, pit bulls, and porn Get Down The hottest new music Heat Wave Sungas are coming to a beach near you Indie Indigo Male models set up shop Jim French The founder of Colt Studios gets his dues Kylie We still can’t get her out of our heads Locksmith Humble house keys get a fashion makeover Minimalism Jil Sander is back, and better than ever Next Big Thing Jake Muxworthy is poised to conquer Hollywood Open Your Bag Weekend whites Phoenix The Parisian band makes a fashionable debut Quick Stretch Yoga in 15 minutes or less Rebels Renegades rule Summer Suits Squares are great too Tailoring Bespoke suits for a new generation Underground Poster sniping in Manhattan Viva Italia Soccer players are the new gladiators Well Hung Photographers to snap up now X-Rated Peculiar Japanese creatures with overactive libidos Yachting Y-3′s new swimwear line is making waves Zoom Topless girls in topless cars Gael Force Armand Limnander meets the new Che Guevara Helmut by Helmut Helmut Berger photographed by Helmut Newton A Tribute to Helmut Berger Nathaniel Goldberg updates a style icon’s legacy Swim City Mario Testino scopes out the best new swimsuits Take a Bow Sølve Sundsbø’s big night Four Portraits By Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin Revenge of the Nerds William Van Meter hangs out with Pharrell Williams, his family, and friends. Photographed by Taryn Simon Hedi Slimane Photographed by David Sims The Big Top Bruce Weber hits the road with the greatest show on earth Galliano in Galliano John Galliano tells Camilla Morton why boys should wear lingerie frills. Photographed by Peter Lindbergh Sail Away Jean Genet is alive and well. Photographed by Alasdair McLellan Sports Life Six athletes tell Mark Jacobs what it takes to stay on top. Photographed by Xevi Mutané Jump! Fashion to play in. Photographed by Mariano Vivanco Master of the Game Jennifer Alfano sifts through twenty years of scandalous Calvin Klein imagery Three Portraits Photographed by Hedi Slimane 7 Days a Week Karl Lagerfeld photographs himself in a week’s worth of fashion The Great Escape Designers tell us where to go, shop, and eat this summer

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