Arena Homme +

Published twice a year to coincide with the Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter collection, Homme Plus is the acclaimed bible of contemporary male style and consistently brings new energy to its market by covering not only designer clothes and accessories, but also the unsung icons and ideas which inspire them. It has established itself as an international forum in which leading photographers and writers can express new ideas and possibilities. That’s why so many men turn to it as an essential read, as well as a reliable seasonal source of wardrobe advice.



Country: United States
City: New York
Country: Malaysia
City: Petaling Jaya

Ireland's original style bible since 1890, Irish Tatler prides itself on supporting the indigenous fashion industry. All of the fashion editorials feature colothes available in Ireland and are produced by Irish photographers and stylists.

Country: Ireland
City: Dublin

An exclusive annual review, featuring 500 individuals who wield the greatest power and influence in Hong Kong.

Country: China
City: Hong Kong

Non-no is a Japanese fashion magazine published by Shueisha. Like CanCam, non-no has a comparatively longer history than other Japanese fashion magazines e.g. Cawaii!, olive and so forth. The magazine is targeted at teens and young women in their early 20s.

On May 25, 1987 Shueisha launched the magazines male counterpart, Men's Non-no.

Country: Japan
City: Tokyo

Alan Maleh, Man of the World’s Publisher and Editor in Chief, talks about creating a new magazine for a niche audience:

In today’s marketplace, you rarely find content that caters specifically to men who value style, travel, food, art, and culture. Man of the World is tightly focused on that group; it doesn’t try to be all things to all people. It’s for a ruggedly sophisticated male niche audience, and it’s somewhere they can go for consistent, compelling, informative content.

MAN OF THE WORLD is a handbook for the modern man, with its DNA inspired by American Heritage. Like most of us growing up, I really appreciated the appeal of the Hollywood icons of the 1960s and ’70s, guys like Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, Robert Redford, and Al Pacino. I wanted to emulate their effortless style and admired their sense of confidence. I think their style is just as relevant today, if not more so.

A conversation with my eldest son sparked an idea. I was telling him: “Do what you’re passionate about and success will follow.” It is then that I decided to create a carefully curated archive where I could showcase and share some of the vintage collectibles that I’m obsessed with, including vintage watches, mid-century furniture and cars.

As my team and I worked on a website, a way of showing the collection, it became obvious that we could not ignore heritage and craft, which was what drew me to collecting in the first place. I realized that Man of the World needed to be as compelling, as it was informational.

The result is this visually driven quarterly magazine, which is an authentic reflection of my taste and experiences, and presents them in a beautifully designed and useful form, laced with just the right amount of eccentricity and whimsy. I hope that our passion shows on every page.

Country: United States
City: New York

Top Santé is the expert magazine women can really trust. Dedicated to health, psychology, anti-ageing, beauty, diet and nutrition, it's the only choice for women who want to make positive changes to look and feel healthier and happier!

Country: France
City: Paris
Country: United States
City: New York
Country: Australia
City: Sydney

Lucire is a fashion magazine that originally began on the web in 1997, branching into a monthly print edition in its home country of New Zealand in 2004. It is the first fashion partner with the UNEP, an arrangement that began in 2003.

At its launch, it was the second online fashion title in New Zealand (after Wellington Polytechnic's Fashionbrat), and the first commercial fashion magazine on the web there. It claims to be the first fashion title to extend its brand from the internet into print, and the first website to launch print editions in more than one country. An unusual claim is that Lucire is the first national consumer publication in New Zealand to use exclusively typefaces designed and produced domestically.

Simone Knol edits the web edition, Laura Ming-Wong the "master" print edition in New Zealand. Summer Rayne Oakes was made the US Editor in 2007. Previous positions were staffed by Stevie Wilson, who served as US Editor-at-Large, Catherine Rigod, who filled the role of West Coast Editor and Richard Spiegel, who worked as a New York based photojournalist, among others. Lucire was founded by Jack Yan, who continues to serve as Publisher.

When conceived, the name was not intended to have a meaning; it was only later that the team discovered it was a quaint Romanian term meaning ‘to glitter’ and there is a similar word in Spanish meaning ‘to show off’.

In the early 2000s, Lucire covered new talent alongside more established names. It was one of the first publications to profile Zac Posen, New Zealand shoe designer Kathryn Wilson, MTV New Zealand presenter and former beauty queen Amber Peebles, and numerous others. In 2003, it was the second-ever New Zealand website to be nominated for a Webby Award.

It launched a Romanian edition (helmed by Mirella and Valentin Lapusca) in May 2005, claiming to be the first New Zealand fashion magazine to enter the continent, and the first webzine in the world to launch two print editions. The magazine is subscribed to throughout the world, including Australia, the United States, and various European nations.

Print edition cover girls have included Brittny Gastineau, Vanessa Carlton, Stacie Jones Upchurch, Nicky Hilton, Theodora Richards and Monica Gabor. New York photographers Barry Hollywood, Gray Scott and Jon Moe have contributed the greatest number of covers.

Country: United States
City: New York

Un-Titled Project is a biannual art, fashion & photography book available in print & online.

Founded by former photo editor of Harper's Bazaar & current NYC photographer Dennis Golonka.

Un-Titled Project is defined by the contributions of it's distinct artists. Works include personal essays, fashion, nudes, video, art and illustration.

Artists are given free reign to actualize, explore, aspire and share their personal visions.

Contributors range from art and fashion icons such as Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Guy Aroch, David Armstong, Christian Witkin, Tim Richmond, Malerie Marder and Terry Tsiolis to rising stars such as Aurel Schmidt, Thomas Giddings, Hugh Lippe, Slava Mogutin & Ben Morris and many more...

Country: United States
City: New York