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Happy Hump Day, ladies! Here’s a look at some hunky and half-naked male models.
Tom Brady covers the fall issue of VMAN wearing a fancy Givenchy suit and holding a very ferocious Doberman.
The only person who comes even close to meeting Karl Lagerfeld‘s quote-per-interview record is Carine Roitfeld, and that is because she, too, is a fashion alien. In honor of VMAN’s 25th issue (which is not-so-coincidentally guest-edited by Carine), the former Vogue Paris editor sat down with Derek Blasberg to talk all things men and style. Unsurprisingly, she has some interesting thoughts.
We’ve long admired Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade‘s sartorial sensibility. Now the basketballer has been featured in a fashion editorial in VMAN.
Sally Singer is getting into the swing of things at T Magazine, The New York Times‘ fashion glossy she took over about a month ago. The Times Company issued a press release not too long ago announcing the hire of Michelle Sanders as fashion director and Jacob Brown as features director.
We all know that despite the importance fashion puts on appearance, it’s what’s inside is what matters. And no film exemplifies this more than Shrek. For Issue 18 of VMAN, photographer Ellen von Unwerth shot the Ogre and his fellow castmates, along with models Agnete Hegelund, Emma Dumont, Paolo Anchisi, and Francisco Lachowski, in honor of the 4th and final chapter of the Shrek movies.