McQueen. Newman. Redford. Pacino.
The leading Hollywood men of the '60s and '70s were rugged, confident, and handsome (eh, maybe not so much for Serpico).
Helping you revive that panache, in print and online: Man of the World, available now.
Founded by a heritage menswear vet who wanted to curate a “handbook for the modern man,” Man of the World is a quarterly men's lifestyle mag that doubles as an online boutique of classic Americana.
Online, MOTW curates a catalog of vintage and artisanal goods, proffering everything from vintage Heuer and Jaeger-LeCoultre chronographs, to vintage working desks and even classic cars, including a working 1966 Mercedes 230 SL Coupe.
Offline, MOTW is basically your portable style bible.
That means gorgeous photo spreads on supercharged motors, and features on classic stylists like art furniture designer Wendell Castle, Italian hat maker Borsalino, and San Francisco’s Mission Bicycle.
And anyway, Steve McQueen wouldn't use the Internet.