It’s Not Easy Being Hip—NYLON Guys Is Here to Help
The culture magazine NYLON Guys makes it clear that it’s “not for girls.” It says so on their logo, centered in the “O” of the title, which is bold, loud and eye-catching just like the magazine.
NYLON Guys is the male counterpart to NYLON, which launched in 1999 by publisher Jaclynn B. Jarrett and editor-in-chief Marvin Scott Jarrett. The male-focused magazine, which came onto the scene in 2004 covers what’s hip in tech, grooming products, fashion, food and music.
Starting today, the sleekly designed men’s magazine comes to Flipboard fully paginated and re-designed for better reading. They’ve also curated a couple of magazines on fashion wear, the magazine’s deeper reads and all things culture.