GQ, Details, and Sharp For Men are widely considered the magazine destination for all things “man”. While they cover a variety of topics, you get lost in a world where articles have no substance and the connection between reader and writer are lost.
Picking up those “lost readers”, a new magazine emerged for men “who value style, travel, food, art, and culture” – Man of the World.
Alan Maleh, publisher and Editor in Chief, wanted to focus on a particular niche. A niche that appealed to men who appreciate the Hollywood icons of the past (Steve McQueen, and Al Pacino come to mind); men who appreciate compelling, informative, and well-written articles.
Man of the World is fairly new and from what I can tell, it’s only published two times a year.
So if you’re tired of reading the same kind of articles and want a little more substance with your cup-of-joe, check it out!