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15 DECEMBER 2014

A Man-ly and Re-Useable Drink Bottle in Paper Size

Reusable water bottles are everywhere. You can get them in metal, plastic or glass. You can get them with screw off caps, pop-tops, and those weird straws you have to simultaneously bite and suck. But most of them still come in the same tried and true bottle shape which is inconvenient for carrying around in […]

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2 DECEMBER 2014

Michael Klim Exclusive Interview: Milk & co.

Michael Klim OAM is an Australian swimmer, Olympic gold medallist, world champion, and former world record-holder. He also is the brains behind Milk & Co, a skincare product that is all about helping guys feel good about their skin and relaxed about taking care of it. Rant: Most Aussie men have a poor skincare regime. […]

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20 NOVEMBER 2014

Scent of a Wild Man: Best Colognes for Men

She leans in for a kiss. Suddenly she rears her head back, her nostrils flare and her eyes are filled with delicious incredulity. She sighs and takes in a deep breath before opening her sweet mouth to huskily ask … ‘WHAT are you wearing!?!” She’s not talking about your BOSS leather jacket nor your G-Star […]

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19 NOVEMBER 2014

Men’s Mustache Apparel for #Movember

We’re still hyped about fund-raising for #movember and tripped across these cool pieces that bring awareness to the cause. In an effort to help change the face of men’s health, by partnering with the Movember foundation, these companies are getting people talking and encourage them to ask, “What is Movember all about”, and more importantly […]

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30 OCTOBER 2014

John Hardy: The Conscious Jeweller

In a world where corporate companies focus on staying in control and practice self-preservation beyond the cares of the customer, it’s always refreshing to stumble across businesses, no matter how big or small, who are defiant in their consistency of transparency, sustainability and the concerns of the collective consciousness. Retail is detail. Detail in production, […]

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