Fantastic Man Issue 30 arrives with a brand-new everything. It is square, the paper is glossy, the logo, the font, the stories are all new and different. It is a very Greek issue, pointing an open-eyed gaze at a country that’s the nucleus of so much recent drama and excitement. This is a physical manifestation of an obsession with an inspiring and idiosyncratic nation that is forever at the eye of global socio-political storms. Some of the men appearing inside include the world-building artist and architect ANDREAS ANGELIDAKIS, infinitely busy economist YANIS VAROUFAKIS, enigmatic stylist PANOS YIAPANIS, the most valuable man in basketball GIANNIS ANTETOKOUNMPO, dedicated fashion-flipper MICHAEL KARDAMAKIS and handsome actor turned handsome Eurocrat ALEXIS GEORGOULIS. Also to be found are investigations into anarchy, Athenians, a mountain full of monks and a team of crime-fighting architects, alongside excellent fashions.
According to the bi-annual menswear fashion magazine Fantastic Man life begins at 30. Targeted at a more mature group of readers, Fantastic Man‘s aim is to re-invent the ‘gentleman’s style journal’. Fantastic Man magazine contains, as the name implies, interviews and fashion features with inspiring men and interesting personalities. It features men in clothes rather than models in fashion. Fantastic Man‘s take on fashion is a very personal one, starting with personalities and the way they dress, it maps personal clothing and style.