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Prada’s Menswear Fall 2013 ads star buzzy actor trio Christoph Waltz, Ben Whishaw and Ezra Miller

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Prada Menswear Fall 2013 Ads Christoph Waltz

Photography David Sims for Prada

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Leave it to Prada to always find the cool. Following its much praised menswear ads and runway show starring Gary Oldman, Garett Hedlund, Willem Dafoe and Jamie Bell last fall, the brand has captured three of this year’s buzziest actors in its latest campaign for Fall 2013. The ads star Christoph Waltz, the two-time Tarantino Oscar winner (most recently for his comically twisted role as Dr. King Shultz in Django Unchained), Ben Whishaw, a rising British actor, and Ezra Miller, the baby-faced breakout star of Perks of Being a Wallflower.

Shot by photographer David Sims in London, the New Wave-inspired shots are said to introduce a “duality of wit and style at the heart of the modern man’s attitude to dressing.” Each of the three actors capture aspects of Prada’s Fall 2013 collection—Waltz the elegance, Whishaw the carefree alt charm and Miller, the youthful burst.
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Gifts for dad: 28 stylish Father’s Day ideas that are sure to please

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And just like that, it’s June! Father’s Day is just around the corner, which means its time to start looking for that special something to show pops you love him.

If your mind is drawing a blank on what to give your dad this year, you’re in luck because we’ve put together the ultimate shopping guide with a selection of 28 gifts for dad to help you get started on that shopping this upcoming weekend.
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MEN’S FASHION Spring 2013: 5 patterned swim trunks that make a splash this season

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Favour statement-making, not shape shifting? Patterned swim trunks make a splash this season from plaid to floral and everything in between.


MEN’S FASHION Spring 2013: A look at 8 of this year’s most jaw dropping new cars

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2013 Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged

By Mark Hacking

A collection of cars for burning up the roads, these new models represent a potent mix of heart-stopping performance and heart-wrenching design.

BEYOND THE BEATEN TRACK

2013 Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged | $99,950
Most people who drive the 2013 Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged will have no idea what they have on their hands. That’s because most people drive on perfectly paved roads. But the genius of the Range Rover is the way it can transition from ultra-luxurious urban cruising machine into rough-and-tumble off-road superstar.

The fourth-generation version of this icon has been redesigned and re-engineered from the ground up. Credited as being the world’s first SUV with an all-aluminum body, the new Range Rover is 39 per cent lighter than the outgoing model. This translates into a weight savings of up to 420 kg, depending upon the individual model chosen.

The supercharged 5.0-litre V8 engine (510 horsepower; 461 lb-ft of torque) is linked to a new eight-speed automatic transmission. With its lightweight body and all that power and torque, the Range Rover Supercharged boasts a 0-100 km/h time of around five seconds, better fuel efficiency and effortless performance overall. Also, it could climb a sheer rock face if it had to.

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MEN’S FASHION Spring 2013: This season’s menswear goes KA-POW! in our latest photo shoot

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KA-POW! | Spring 2013

Photographed by Gabor Jurina. Styled by Corey Ng. Grooming by Susana Hong p1m.ca/TreSemmé Hair Care.

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Fashion gives guys the colours they’re used to from sports, action heroes and cartoons. In this photo shoot from our Spring 2013 Men’s issue, we take it to the next level with cartoon-like graphics and one seriously buff looking model.


MEN’S FASHION Spring 2013 cover: Thom Browne, the most important man in menswear now

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Mens FASHION Spring 2013 Cover Thom Browne

Photography by Peter Stigter

Thom Browne designs clothes that have been thought to be comical and ill-fitting. They are also redefining modern menswear.

Menswear designer Thom Browne has used the runway to float some strange ideas. His provocative and characteristically wacky proposals have included a Big Bird suit of feathers in banker’s grey; punky makeup paired with papal-like capes; matronly skirts topped by jackets with the Hulk’s shoulders; see-through pants; square pants; and pants with three legs.

You might wonder, “Who but a clown is going to wear this stuff?” But all the theatrical pieces serve to put into relief the Thom Browne suit. Consisting of a short, snug jacket and trousers cropped to shin-revealing heights, it has been the basis of everything Browne has done since he launched his business a dozen years ago. In the beginning, it seemed extreme, was mocked and incited comparisons to Pee-wee Herman, but it has turned out to be a defining shape of men’s clothing today.

If you want to see something really freaky, take a look at an average suit from just six years ago. I’ve got one. Both jacket and pants are slightly too long, and the whole thing is made from the kind of lightweight, ultrafine wool that drapes like silk. Put it on, and it feels like a kimono.
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Naked & Famous celebrates 5 years with a covetable capsule collection for men

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Naked & Famous Capsule Collection

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We’re not ones to turn down a celebration, especially when it’s in honour of a cool Canadian brand. That’s why we’re currently all over Naked & Famous’s capsule collection designed for its five-year anniversary in the denim biz.

Sure, the pieces are men’s but we’re always up for the challenge of appropriating menswear for ourselves and if you’re a guy looking for a summer closet update, this is exactly what you need.

Since 2009, the Canadian brand has specialized in high-quality Japanese raw denim and now, designer Brandon Svarc has teamed up with Toronto denim mecca Over the Rainbow—located in Yorkville—to create an exclusive 10-piece capsule collection.
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Men’s Fashion: 30 street style photos of Toronto’s most stylish gents (and a few ladies) at Uncle Otis’s Levi’s party

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Mens Fashion Levis Uncle Otis Toronto Party

Photography by Stefania Yarhi

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Levi’s, the iconic denim brand, has launched its first pop up shop with Uncle Otis in Toronto. To celebrate, over 125 guests filled the space for a launch party last night. In attendance were Hiroshi Awai from Creep Clothing; United owners Sydney and Michael and The Crow’s Nest barber shop boys. The event included a chance to peruse the Spring 2013 collection. The pop-up shop, which officially opened today, was designed by the Uncle Otis team. The space is based on the current Levi’s theme, so expect lots of rugged interiors that Levi’s is known for. The Levi’s shop in shop will be going on for all of 2013, including the spring 2013 and fall 2013 Levi’s collections.
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