by ROB MAGNESS
Chino master and Ralph Lauren alum..
Rob Magness is grown&sewn. Texas-born, but always New York bound; he launched his label after directing men’s design at Ralph Lauren. Magness’ rugged designs embody his all-American cool: and they’re all-American-crafted.
His attention to detail isn’t without its costs - G&S’ organic, local ethos means their product takes many times longer to manufacture. But the results speak for themselves. The Brooklyn-washed chinos are distinct-charismatic. Like their maker, they’re a little sharper and a little gutsier than the average.
Bradley Cooper layering up.
Yeah, it’s getting harder to get out of bed in the morning. But, as the temperature drops, the better man layers relentlessly. Get out of bed warmer - and sharper.
Because you don’t need a tower of himbo products to look sharp. We promise.
Scarlett Johansson & Robert Downey Jr.
Sure, a classic black tie combo would have sufficed for this press call in Moscow. But Robert Downey Jr. doesn’t rest on style staples.
Nail a mix of colour, texture and accessories-and maybe you’ll make Scarlett Johansson smile like th
Lambswool will keep you warm in the winter months. (21-year-old Bourbon will keep you warmer.)
by MAURICE TERZINI, owner of Sydney institutions Neild Avenue and Icebergs - and no stranger to the finer things.
Maurice Terzini is a dominant - and stylish - presence amongst Sydney's gastronomic elite. Known for their authentic dishes, his Mediterranean-influenced venues continue to grow in stature. Just as well, his latest establishment, Neild Avenue, proved so in vogue that it played host to Kirrily Johnson's fashion week show.