By  on June 18, 2012

Marcus Ross got his start in magazines as fashion editor of i-D in the late Nineties. After leaving to become a freelance stylist and then a photographer, he created his own men’s magazine, Jocks & Nerds, in 2009. “Everything in it has to have some cultural and historical values,” says Ross, who recently profiled vintage-clothing dealers and produced a photo essay on the inner-city denizens of Hackney Wick, East London.“Guys experience clothes very differently,” he adds. “Jocks & Nerds [reflects that] guys respond to reference points, to facts and figures.”


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