Man About Town Spring/Summer 2023

Comprised of modern, distinguished content that appeals to tastemakers, the curious and the cosmopolitan, for a decade the magazine has continued to explore everything from culture to luxury goods, elsewhere offering an insider’s relationship with the people creating today’s visual industries. Marrying luxury and the runway with streetwear’s elite, Man About Town offers an opportunity to indulge in a fashion magazine that nods both to the industry’s business and creative sides.

The title eschews the safety net of its competitors, something that will no doubt further solidify its place within the market with this latest endeavour, generating a new narrative and asserting its prominence amongst the wider media arena.

Spring/Summer issue:

Troye Sivan talks stepping into The Weeknd and Sam Levinson’s immensely-anticipated HBO drama, The Idol, on-set dynamics with cast mates, including Lily-Rose Depp and Rachel Sennott, returning with his upcoming third studio album half a decade since triumphant sophomore Bloom and his unyielding love of Netflix’s Love Is Blind.

When Corey Mylchreest sat down with Man About Town, he was weeks shy of a career-defining introduction to the world in Bridgerton spin-off, Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. Now, just four days since the show’s release, audiences around the world have been captivated by the 25-year-old’s tender portrayal of a young King George in the show, making him one of the most buzz-worthy actors on the planet. Covering our Spring/Summer 2023 issue, Mylchreest talks on preparing to step into such a treasured TV universe, the moment he found out he got the role and his reasoning for making acting his vocation of choice.

Following a break-out turn in Avatar: Way of the Water, Jack Champion talks returning to screens in box-office smash Scream VI, his upcoming project with Pedro Pascal and the dream role he’d love to tick off as he covers our Spring/Summer 2023 issue.