The #MITTmagazine archive is open! I’ve made every sold out issue of the magazine available to read for free through digital editions. Head to www.meninthistown.com/magazine to access issues 1-8. 🤗 Hope it can keep your mind occupied and inspired for the next while.
Sending out #meninthistown orders later today, got a few more of the natural totes available. 😍👌 Thank you to everyone putting in orders, really appreciate all the support, now more than ever! ☺️
“When you think of the men’s fashion landscape in Australia, very rarely does a particular clothier stand out amongst a considerably small pack. Christian Kimber, however, is a name that is more than just familiar between fashion circles and the doyens of the industry; it’s a brand yearning to become a household name, but more than that, an igniter of the very definition of what Australian style is.” @joshbozin on @christian_kimber in the final issue of #MITTmagazine, available at www.meninthistown.com. 📸 @jackson_gallagher_
A look back at 10 years of men’s street style in the final issue of #MITTmagazine. This was a really fun feature to work on, going back to the first photos I took a decade ago, encouraging to see my photo skills have improved marginally. ☺️ Grab your copy at www.meninthistown.com, this one is for the archives. 😉
Purple and denim.
Back on the saddle.
And it has arrived. A bitter sweet moment as this marks the final printed issue of #MITTmagazine for now. Thank you to all our subscribers, followers and fans over the years for supporting this little indie magazine. It was full of ups and downs but I wouldn’t trade the experience and the amazing stories produced by a wonderful group of contributors for anything — I couldn’t have done it without them! And of course a special shoutout to my little guy Baxter 🐶 for appearing in very issue! 😘
🍸 #meninthistowntote, shipping worldwide 🌏
Blazer and tee.
Tote Nº3 with our lovely embroidered #meninthistown logo 🤗 dropped this week! Coming in two colours this time around, the tote is big enough for your computer, notebooks and daily ‘bits’ with a small external pocket modeled off a jean back pocket to help hold your phone, keys and loose change. Totes are limited so head to www.meninthistown.com to grab yours or click the tagged image above.