MAN of the WORLD No. 7 is here and it’s all about Hollywood. (Or mostly about Hollywood. Consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.) We hang hard with actor Jake Gyllenhaal, who’s back to his indie roots and growing out his beard, and talk shop with Scott Eastwood, who’s stepping out of his old man’s formidable shadow and into the spotlight, on his own terms.
For the first time ever, we’ve also created a pair of limited-edition collector’s covers celebrating the careers of two artists who changed the way we see the world: Dennis Hopper, whose estate graciously allowed us exclusive access to his extensive personal archives, and legendary photographer Bruce Weber, whose four feature-length films are explored in-depth for the first time ever. And those are just the cover stories.
Other Men of the World featured in this issue include:
- French actor Alain-Fabien Delon Jr., fresh off his debut at Cannes, who comes clean about his bizarre path into the film business
- London-bound hotelier André Balazs, interviewed and illustrated by artist and screenwriter Hugo Guinness (The Grand Budapest Hotel)
- Writer/director Luke Flynn, whose set-up in Jamaica will make you question your life choices
- And vintage pioneer Doug Bihlmaier, of RRL fame, who gives us a tour of his perfect cabin in the woods
We also capture newly crowned world chess champ Magnus Carlsen at work, pay a studio visit to Jeff Abrahams, the world’s most prolific celebrity photographer, and get our knuckles dirty at the baddest private motorcycle club in Bushwick. It’s a blockbuster.