One last hurrah? Please don’t…

January 6, 2009


Recently the powers that be at publishing monster Condé Nast came to the sudden realisation that Men’s Vogue wasn’t deserving of its then format – a full, independent magazine, and so it was goodbye to stand-alone and staid bastion of the menswear-conservative and hello to the slightly less tiresome (purely due to its reduced mass) supplement form of the boring man’s bible. It appears that now said ‘powers that be’ may truly have been enlightened and decided to cease producing this woeful excuse for a men’s lifestyle magazine. Huzzah!
Do note that I’m not entirely offended by Men’s Vogue, it’s just this post does sound better when it’s caustic.

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Images from Megcabot and Men’s Vogue
  • Ian Brown January 6, 2009 at 8:14 pm

    No apologies necessary, Men’s Vogue is shite. I heard they’re making it biannual.

  • Style Salvage Steve January 9, 2009 at 3:53 pm

    I’ve never really known who the magazine is aimed at. I’m far from surprised that they’ve phased it out.

  • Giancinephile January 15, 2009 at 2:33 am

    Men’s Vogue is nothing but rubbish or if not is the equivalent of a 1000mg of sedatives. It’s just such a bore and truly uninspiring. During its so-called existence, I don’t think it has really offered a voice or diversified or perhaps just took the idea of progressive male fashion to the next level.