Man of the World No. 11 is an issue full of firsts: two-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton, who makes his U.S. cover debut in looks inspired by the Birth of Cool; actor Michael K. Williams, who turns in his first men’s cover, and opens up to Carl Swanson about the highs and lows of life after Omar; and outlaw artist and acclaimed children’s book illustrator Tomi Ungerer who created a stunning cover just for us after years in European exile. Other highlights include:
- - Writer Geoffrey Gray’s visit with his old pal Manny Pacquiao, the Filipino boxing champ and aspiring chess master
- - Picasso biographer John Richardson on the Duke of Windsor, the New York art world, and the frescoes that got away
- - OFF-WHITE designer Virgil Abloh on logo flips, Kanye West, and his plan to save streetwear
- - New York hospitality guru Eric Goode, who gives Max Blagg a tour of his turtle sanctuary in Ojai
- - Playboy founder Hugh Hefner and the birth of the modern bachelor pad
- - Contributing fashion editor Robert Rabensteiner channels a young Helmut Newton
- - Rising menswear maestro Umit Benan on the downside of travel and the importance of telling stories
- - Italian luxury titan and helicopter pilot Matteo Marzotto takes Oliver Peoples for a test flight
- - An exclusive excerpt from San Francisco superchef Corey Lee’s new book, Benu
- - Vintage watch expert Ben Clymer on the heart-pounding legacy of Heuer racing watches
…and the definitive guide to all-things BK.
Spring forward in style, fellas.