The Somewhat Tortured Genius of Ralph Fiennes

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Alexandre Mattiussi

Fashion Features

M: Alexandre Mattiussi Wants to Be Your BFF

The fast rise of a friendly upstart in men’s fashion.

clock February 20, 2014Matthew Schneier

Fleeing zombies in The Last of Us.


M: Playing to Lose — The Fall of the Video-Game Hero

Young men used to while away the hours in a virtual fantasyland where they had all the power. Now they have entered a murkier cultural space.

clock March 3, 2014Brendan Keogh

Ted Travelstead, of "Twins Talkin'"


M: Vine Goes Prime Time

“Ohhh, kill ’em!” A kid from Georgia named TerRio leads the charge of six-second-video heroes.

clock March 3, 2014Matthew Lynch

No guilt please, we're billionaires.


M: Billionaires Don’t Do Guilt, A Post-Davos Conversation

Pola Debevoise on the World Economic Forum.

clock March 3, 2014Pola Debevoise

Missoni's cotton blazer and Dries Van Noten's cotton shirt.

Fashion Features

M: Soft Tailoring: Power Suits

Jackets almost as pliant as shirts. Pants you can’t feel. Slide into the suits of 2014.

clock March 3, 2014Alessandra Turra

Ralph Fiennes


M: Re-Introducing Ralph Fiennes

For years, he has played grumps, villains, and other impossible men. Now he’s turning on the charm.

clock March 3, 2014Alex Badia and Jim Windolf

Euan Rellie


M: Euan Rellie — The Pussycat of Wall Street

Man-about-town. Investment banker. Husband of socialite Lucy Sykes. Join us, if you dare, for a night out with Euan Rellie.

clock March 4, 2014George Gurley

Peter Kaplan in a photograph taken for the November 1992 issue of M magazine.


M: Editor’s Letter — Kaplan and (M)e

Jim Windolf reflects on Peter W. Kaplan, the founding editor of M.

clock March 3, 2014Jim Windolf

Rough riders? De Blasio borrows a word from Teddy Roosevelt


M: Progressive, The New Safe Word

Progressive is the new safe word, even for New York’s proudly liberal Mayor Bill de Blasio.

clock March 3, 2014Terry Golway



M: Lo-Fang — The Origin Story

Classically trained in violin, bass, cello, guitar, and piano, Matthew Hemerlein has been a musician since childhood.

clock March 3, 2014Andrew Weber

Jonas Hassen Khemiri


M: Jonas Hassen Khemiri Invades America

His latest play, “I Call My Brothers,” makes its American debut at the New Ohio, an off-Broadway theater.

clock March 3, 2014Erik Maza

Alex Badia

Fashion Features

M: Alex Badia’s Show Diaries 2014

Hello, Kanye! My cappuccino-driven tour of the new collections, feat. John Varvatos, Ermenegildo Zegna, Versace, Gucci, Armani, and Thom Browne.

clock March 3, 2014Alex Badia

Krigler's America One 31


M: The Must List

See well. Smell good. Our springtime guide focuses on niche brands for the discerning man.

clock March 3, 2014Alex Badia

Workwear for the seriously sophisticated urban male, from the
finale of Kenzo's show in the atrium of Paris' Le Centorial building. South Korean pop sensations G-Dragon and Taeyang were in attendance.

Designer and Luxury

M: The Business — From Backstage to Front Row

A 21st-century explosion of divergent styles fills the runways of Paris and Milan.

clock March 3, 2014WWD Staff

Ralph Fiennes as Gustave H. in The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

Fashion Features

M: Style Equals Substance for Wes Anderson

The costumes are key to Wes Anderson’s cinematic vision.

clock March 3, 2014Rosemary Feitelberg


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