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HERO 22: LOST ROMANCE
Lakeith Stanfield, star of breakout success Sorry to Bother You, award-winning series Atlanta and Get Out, is the talk of Hollywood.
Special collector covers featuring an interview with Dior menswear designer Kim Jones, two covers to choose from, both featuring models from the show: Peter Dupont and Lukas Gomann Frederiksen.
Inside: Ann Demeulemeester's Sébastien Meunier, CC Honeymoon, Seven love letters from seven designers, Jack Dylan Grazer, Neil Barrett's 20 years featuring Dylan Sprouse, NYC poets, SpiderChild, Sies Marjan, Stefan Cooke, Botter
A NEW ERA IN MENSWEAR
HERO has quickly become widely recognised as the most relevant, fashion-forward destination for a switched-on, intelligent and demanding readership.
Fed up of ‘more of the same’, our audience revels in our fresh perspective.
FROM THE EDITORS
HERO is our antidote to the stuffy and over-thought cultural dryness that has gripped menswear publishing.
We strive to make a magazine and website that are not afraid to be visually led and arresting – have beautiful photography, amazing fashion and great, informal interviews with actors, designers and friends – and for that to be something to celebrate and revel in.
Our emphatic definition of the season is a joyously curated vision of what we love. No filler news pieces or fluff articles, just pure and bold statements. We are read by taste-making men in their twenties, thirties and forties who love fashion and culture, and want to be excited by it again.
Our approach to fashion is celebratory and zealous. Embracing the styling, foregrounding the clothes.