VMAN i — Winter 2011, #24


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
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  • First issue 2003
  • ISSN 1546-0835

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BREAKOUT STARS OF WINTER Jeremy Irvine, Daniel Sharman, and Brady Corbet are winter’s hottest heartthrobs

CHRISTOPHER OWENS BY HEDI SLIMANE How the Girls front man fled from a religious cult to find himself

JOHN MAUS BY HEDI SLIMANE The thinking man’s pop star pursues the sound of the ancient future


BRADFORD COX BY RYAN McGINLEY The artist behind Deerhunter and Atlas Sound sets out for alien territory on his latest LP

VMAN NEWS From Art Basel Miami Beach to menswear’s new meat, all the nexts you need to know

A HISTORY OF TASTE Some things age better than others. Here’s to never going out of style

THE 1880s: THE BIRTH OF VMAN Trace our VMAN-cestry by traveling back in time

THE 1890s: THE GILDED AGE BY KARL LAGERFELD Actor Édgar Ramírez gets gilded for glory in Wrath of the Titans

THE 1900s: MUYBRIDGE IN MOTION BY MATTHEW SCRIVENS AND TOM JARROLD Fitness and film were at the forefront of a century; here they both get put into motion

THE 1910s: LONG LIVE CLASSICAL BY ELLE MULIARCHYK Violin virtuoso Charlie Siem talks to conductor Lee Mills about rekindling a classical spark

THE 1920s: THE SUIT AND THE SEA BY BRUNO STAUB The roaring ’20s saw the rise of the suit, both in and out of the water

THE 1930s: THE DAWN OF TRAVEL BY PAUL MAFFI The dawn of the commercial airline made style and shopping a global concern

THE 1940s: LIFE DURING WARTIME BY COLLIER SCHORR Whether in the barracks or on the battlefield, nothing is more inspiring than our boys in uniform

THE 1950s: GREASERS AND SQUARES BY SHARIF HAMZA At a sock hop, over shakes, or in a street fight, rock and roll came here to stay

THE 1960s: MAD MEN BY LACEY AND KARL BEAN The ’60s may have spawned revolution, but they also made the modern suit

THE 1970s: SUEDEHEADS BY BENJAMIN ALEXANDER HUSEBY A dancehall dress code suited the streets of the ’70s

THE 1980s: AGE OF EXCESS BY KARIM SADLI The decade of decadence dazzles again in Spring’s opulent optical prints

THE 1990s: GENERATION X BY RICHARD BURBRIDGE The angst of an age, through grunge, hip-hop, and rave

THE 2000s: BACK TO THE FUTURE BY IRINA WERNING Reluctant to embrace the Y2K? Safely regress to an earlier age

JAMES FRANCO: MILLENNIAL MAN BY INEZ & VINOODH One of the 2010s’ most prolific artists, James Franco continues to shock and awe with an exclusive collaboration with Douglas Gordon

THE 2020s: THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME BY DAMIEN BLOTTIERE Don’t fight the future. Fashion looks forward by getting chopped and fused

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