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Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails.

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“At the heart of this magazine is an aspirational spirit, and - a whole lot of hustle.”

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Seth Travis

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grew up all across America - 15 states to be exact. I’ve gotten pretty good at introducing myself to new people. So here I am again, introducing myself, but this time in a magazine. Now this is a new experience, and not so comfortable for me, either. People who know me would say that I am intense, full of life, and very creative; specifically in that order. My design director once said to me; “Seth, you are always reinventing yourself.” This is true. Which is why I opened this issue up with one of my favorite quotes by Mark Twain, that ends with the words ‘Explore, Dream, Discover.’ I love to explore new places and cultures I think there is a lot for

this magazine to explore including men’s issues, but we will dream too -- and we will dream BIG with beautiful editorials and great art. And we will discover new things, together! Let’s learn from the experts in life; everything from health & fitness to how to succeed in business and relationships and more. This is just the beginning. This magazine is me; my interpretation of a men’s lifestyle publication. At the heart of this magazine is an aspirational spirit, and a whole lot of hustle. Ok - now we are at the easy part, it’s time for me to introduce myself. Hi, I’m Seth Travis the Editor-In-Chief of Man of Metropolis. I hope you like it. ~S

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Go Western, Young Man In 1999 I traveled the U.S. as the lead singer in a band. I got to see the entire country. It was an incredible experience that changed my life. Along the way I fell in love with Nashville – so I am kicking off the magazine with a tribute to the Music City. Man of Metropolis | Magazine

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Go Western, Young Man What I love about fashion for men today – is that it’s wide open. You can wake up one day; and if you feel like a cowboy, then throw on some boots, a pair of beat up jeans and a vintage jacket and - well be a cowboy. There are no rules anymore – and that’s awesome. I hate rules. Story by Seth Travis Photography by Rick Day feat. Steve Benisty Styling by Mario Wilson 12

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Play List MOST ANTICIPATED ALBUM 25 | Adele | Soul/Pop There is no one on the planet like Adele. After hearing her last 2 records, 19 and 21 it’s no surprise that Hello has become a huge hit already. This Thanksgiving we’re thankful for good food and good friends, and that Adele’s new album 25, will be out. (Released November 20th)

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One of the best things about Spotify is discovering new artists. The first song I heard from Years & Years was Worship. It immediately got my attention for it’s soulful pop sound mixed with dance. This whole album is hit after hit from KING, to Shine, and Gold - but my favorite song on Communion is the haunting ballad “Memo.”

The album, Chaos And The Calm is exactly what it says - it’s emotional, honest and also soothing at times. James Bay connects as both a musician and singer with deep lyrics and melodies that intoxicate. The break out tracks are undeniably a tie between Let It Go and Hold Back The River. A great record for chilling, road trip with friends and let’s be honest drinking a few beers in a hole in the wall bar.

The resurgence of R&B is real and Miguel is helping lead the charge of neo-soul with transient melodies, impressive vocals, and grittier R&B that flirts with a rock sound rock sound, enter guest artist Lenny Kravitz on Face the Sun. We all know what R&B does -- it gets us in the mood to well you know; and Coffee is a go-to track for anyone making a playlist perfect for the wee hours of the morning.

Nobody Love was big this year for Tori Kelly, but her performance at the 2015 MTV VMA’s showed her talents and beauty in a fiery rendition of Should’ve Been Us. Every word was defiant and inspiring --she looked and sounded like a seasoned pop-star. Not since Kelly Clarkson have we seen a pop singer perform a great track better live than the studio recording.

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Now Trending: The Weekend Flannel Take the weekend by storm in the warmest flannels of the season – and upgrade your look with a military inspired jacket like this one or go big in a bomber. It’s the biggest trending jacket of the season.

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“Every guy should own a signature accessory; like an I.D. bracelet or a great vintage watch.”

“Is there anything more All-American than a pair of Jeans?”

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The Scent Of A Man The Best Fragrances of the Season

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‘L’HOMME LIBRE’ Violet Leaves, Basil & Leather

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How to: Wear A Suit Like This First, things first start with a great fitting suit, like this one from Zara. Next, trade in your button down and skinny tie for a simple Henley, luxe tee, or light weight crewneck sweater. It’s ok to steal Ryan Gosling’s look - we did. Finally, don’t forget a great belt like this one from Prada. The Zara suit won’t set you back more than a couple hundred bucks so you can splurge on the belt.

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MENSWEAR

Style Icons Harry Styles Louis’ Pick Harry is truly a style icon in the making - fearlessly exploring new looks often. Even his name has style.

Pharrell

Editor’s Pick

Everything he does inspires me including his style. Pharrell gives great street style everywhere he goes -- he’s sporty with a little edge.

David Beckham Tristan’s Pick

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Next Models Miami Tristan AGE: 22 HOMETOWN:Lexington, Kentucky HOBBY: Photography NAME A CELEBRITY THAT HAS GREAT STYLE? David Beckham. His style transcends his football career and he is able to maneuver between classic, clean cut European fashion and an edgy badass look effortlessly.

Louis AGE: 20 HOMETOWN:Valhalla, New York HOBBY: I love going to the gym and being outdoors. NAME A CELEBRITY THAT HAS GREAT STYLE? Harry styles has a great unique style. I admire his look because it’s very chill and stands out. The clothes aren’t always too complicated (besides when he attends events) and they fit him perfectly. His accessories such as watches, necklaces, and bracelets add a nice touch to the overall look also. Not many people his age can pull off this certain style!

Josh AGE: 22 HOMETOWN:Nashville, TN HOBBY: Playing guitar and singing. NAME A CELEBRITY THAT HAS GREAT STYLE? Johnny Depp is exactly what I want my style to be like. It’s true to himself, eccentric, expressive, with presence without trying too hard to get it. No one does Johnny Depp Style better than Johnny Depp. I would love the same to be said about me with my own unique style I am sculpting now. Man of Metropolis | Magazine

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Health & Fitness JOSE URBINO FROM: Miami, FL AGE:29 OCCUPATION:Tier 3 personal trainer at Equinox in Coral Gables HOBBIES: Singing, reading and doing impersonations Q. What (3) things should every guy being doing at the gym - that they are not doing now?

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If you’re ever at the gym, theirs bound to be that 1. YOU BETTER WORK LEGS! one person who pushes every button you have. They don’t wipe down their sweat, they don’t put back their In the ever changing landscape of what is considered sexy equipment, they bump into you while doing an exerand aesthetically appealing, legs have made a huge come cise and don’t apologize. Every gym has one...or two... back like never before. And, men, we should be happy or ten. They can usually be found walking around with about this. Did you know both the longest muscle (the a puffed chest, gnashing their teeth, wearing an oversartorius) and the largest muscle (gluteus maximus) in sized set of Beats headphones and mouthing the lyrics the body live in the legs? When more muscles are incor- to whatever Fetty Wap song they have on blast. And porated at one time during a movement, more testosthey’re using EVERY PIECE OF EQUIPMENT. This terone is produced during exercise. And if your longest person is despised and doesn’t even know it. DON’T and largest muscle are working together...BOOM! Test BE THIS GUY!!! And, gentleman, if you’re going to be explosion! More testosterone production equals more with your boys at the gym, don’t confiscate an entire gains!!! Not just for your legs, but for your upper body, area and spend most of your time on the phone. Other as well. So, if your’e only doing legs one day a week right people want to get their workout in, too. And as a side now, find a way to sneak a few leg movements into anoth- note...NO CURLING IN THE SQUAT RACK!!! er day. Q. Fitness trends change a lot -- what is the best exer2. HAVE A REALISTIC PLAN OF ATTACK cise movement every guy should add to their workout, and what exercise should we steer clear from (it could One of the most common things I see in the gym is a guy be a “myth” exercise that will “give you BIG guns in 2 wandering between dumbbells and machines aimlessly weeks “get, or rock hard abs in 7 day” etc etc.” trying to workout. And after months of having zero plan of attack, they get nowhere. Before heading to the gym, sit down with a pen and paper and think about what you BEST EXERCISE truly want to accomplish in the next 6 to 8 weeks. Do you want to increase your bench press by 50 lbs.? Do In the great pantheon of exercises, their is one undisyou want stronger shoulders? Do you want to increase puted king that reigns supreme above the rest. And size on your legs? Figure out where your limitations are, that is the squat. The squat is a multi-muscle stimulant, draw out a plan based on where you know you are now it works a good 80% of the body when doing it correctand where you’d like to get to. ly and it can varied. Barbell back squats, barbell front 32

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squats, overhead squats, goblet squats, jump squats, body weight squats, split squats, pistol squats, etc. The list is endless. But, don’t be fooled. For some people, it can take years to master the squat. So, begin with just your own body weight and work your way up from there. Keep your chest up and imagine you’re looking for a chair behind you. While lowering your body, think about trying to rip a piece of paper under your feet in two. It’ll help send your knees tracking in the same direction as your toes. Put a different form of squatting into your regimen at least 3 times a week, and watch how quickly you’ll grow. BIGGEST MYTH The fitness industry is rampant with myths all thanks to the things we see on tv. Whether it’s the newest exercise machine, at home workout program or diet pill, television advertising has helped shape the general populations misconceptions about fitness. But, my favorite misconception is about abs. Nothing brings a smile to my face quite like people who ask me about different abdominal exercises to make their midsection shrink. I stare at them dead in the face and ask them, “Are your abs a muscle?” They look puzzled for a moment and reply with a hesitant, “Yes.” And with a follow up question, I switch the light bulb in their head from off to on. “Tell me, what other muscle in your body do you work to make it shrink?” Abdominals get this odd reputation for being able to make the midsection shrink. Abs are a multilayer system of muscles that are part of our every day activities. If you work them, they will grow. If you want awesome abs, you can absolutely work on them to strengthen them. But, if you want them to show and have a smaller midsection, working them is not the definitive answer. It’s diet. Remember that abs are made in the kitchen, not in the gym. Q. After the holidays everyone joins a gym, hires a trainer, and goes on crash diets. Tell us the right way to handle the holidays, (all that calorie loaded food) and a workout schedule that doesn’t start on Jan 1st and stop on January 10th. So, I have a confession to make. I used to be very heavy as a child all the way until my late teens. When I turned 18 I’d decided I’d had enough. So, I made a challenge Man of Metropolis | Magazine

for myself. During the summer each year, I would visit my favorite clothing store and I would buy a really nice button up shirt that I intended to wear for Thanksgiving. Here’s the kicker. I bought it a size too small. I did this to challenge myself. See, I knew that in order to wear that shirt, I had to begin dieting and exercising early. I created a healthy habit that started well ahead of the Holidays. And every Thanksgiving, I fit into that shirt comfortably. Truth be told, their are only 3 holidays during “the Holidays.” That is Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. That’s it! Between Turkey Day and 2016, theirs going to be 37 days. That means you have 34 days that are just like any other. In order to really make those holiday cheat meals work in your favor, make the other 34 days as clean as a whistle. Sure, their will be parties at the office and friends houses. But, these shouldn’t derail rail you.

“Before any holiday social gathering, GO TO THE GYM.”

However, the best advice I can give you is this: before any large holiday social gathering, GO TO THE GYM! Get ahead of the calorie overload. If you head to the gym and get in a good lifting session along with 30 to 45 minutes of cardio, you can actually make that junk food work in your favor by replenishing your muscle stores. All of those high glycemic carbs coming from pumpkin pie and cookies will help build you right back up. And the great thing is, most gyms are actually open on Holidays. So, theirs no excuse. If you stick to your guns and make it a priority during that difficult season, you won’t need a weight loss resolution. You’ll just be glad the overwhelming temptation is out of the way.actually make that junk food work in your favor by replenishing your muscle stores. All of those high glycemic carbs coming from pumpkin pie and cookies will help build you right back up. And the great thing is, most gyms are actually open on Holidays. So, there is no excuse. If you stick to your guns and make it a priority during that difficult season, you won’t need a weight loss resolution. You’ll just be glad the overwhelming temptation is out of the way.

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November Reign The trench coat rules the menswear empire this season. This story features a black trench by YSL, but everyone is making them from Topman, to Zara and of course the experts at Burberry. They come in a variety of styles and price points – and we love that. A trench coat looks great over a suit and isn’t too bulky; and it can also dress up a more casual look. We love to add versatile pieces to our wardrobe. We love a good classic, but this year ditch the tan trench coat for black. Man of Metropolis | Magazine

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The Gift of Good Grooming OUR FAVORITE PRODUCTS TO GIVE AND TO GET!

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Q& A THE MAN BEHIND MAN OF METROPOLIS By Jonat han Borg e

In a year, how do you hope to grow the magazine and what’s your long term goal behind creating Man of Metropolis? Visual story telling is key for Man of Metropolis magazine. I want to see beautiful editorials, compelling writing and relevant but unique men’s lifestyle features. I believe that’s what everyone wants now, right? I want that for this magazine, too. It’s important to see the magazine reach it’s potential one year in. Long term, I want to work with great brands. I really believe we could create great content for this magazine together. They can pull me into their projects too. I would love that. I have an appetite to pitch incredible brands. I think Nick Wooster and Marcus Troy are doing things right now that are really inspiring but also smart. That’s next and Man of Metropolis is my vehicle. Can we expect to see video components in the future? Oh, yes! I love cinematic style TV ads. We see a lot of fragrances doing this for big holidays. Modeling agencies are producing shorts to introduce their roster of talent, and The Tonight Show splices of their show in bite size or shareable content to expand the life of the segment. Why not learn from the experts on what people want and then give it to them!? I envision exclusive video content that can keep the issue interesting by bringing an editorial story from the issue to life through video. Hopefully that video content will help attract a bigger audience for the magazine and vice versa. You photograph a lot of your own content — how did you learn to work with a camera? I took every art class under the sun growing up, including photography. In college I took some art history courses but never really attacked the craft ‘til I was living in New York. I actually owe a lot of what I have learned to some amazing 42

people that happen to be photographers. Joseph Bleu, Rick Day, Steve Benisty, Richard Gerst, and Frank Louis, to name a few. Everyone has to help themselves to a degree, but when you ask for help from the masters then something really special happens. It’s about watching, listening, - and then doing. I still have a lot to learn and it’s a fun process for me. Why do you gravitate towards menswear in fashion, specifically? I mean, t’s fantasy, like the movies, and you get to play a role. What guy doesn’t want to be James Bond, Justin Timberlake, or Russell Wilson? Fashion helps a man express himself, how he is feeling, who he wants to be that moment or where he wants to go. Style is different for every brand of menswear, but it’s that unique idea that becomes idealized through beautiful scenery, perfect lighting, tailored clothing and a model that personifies the total vision together. How has Miami changed your perspective on style? Miami has helped me look at spring and summer style through a new lens completely. I had to totally change the way I dress, especially in the summer months. I have really embraced linen and other lighter weight fabrics since moving to Miami in 2011. I have become very conscious of the fit of everything. Miami is a very international city and there are a lot of very well dressed men here that really embrace tailoring. Every time I see a guy that is killing it, it has less to do with what brand he is wearing and more about how it fits his body type. Not every guy can pull off European style. I really can’t. I have a very American look, looking good is all about knowing your authentic style and finding a good tailor always help. Story by Seth Travis Photography by Rick Day feat. Steve Benisty Styling by Mario Wilson Man of Metropolis | Magazine


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TURTLENECKS ARE COOL FOR THE WINTER Styling & Photography by Seth Travis Turtleneck & Trousers, David Hart NYC Collaboration GAP x GQ

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THE EVOLUTION OF WINTER STYLE HENLEYS, FLANNELS, CHUNKY CARDIGANS, & A MILITARY INSPIRED PARKA

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Around The World Here’s where we’ve been and where we want to go next —in no particular order, promise.

Paris The city of lights is one of the most romantic cities in the world. Stroll the Champs-Élysées with your lover, see famous works of art at the Louvre and the Grand Palace to name a few, and pop a bottle of champagne under the twinkling Eiffel Tower at midnight. Don’t be afraid to indulge - Paris is famous for their bakeries and macaroons.

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Downtown Aspen is hardly a city. Historically, Aspen was an old mining camp surrounded by majestic mountains that now attracts skiers from all over the world. The town’s streets are lined with high end shopping and great dining - but one of the best kept secrets of Aspen is it’s Autumn colors. The trees explode in bright yellows, golds, and oranges and decorates. The mountain sides for just a few short weeks between September and October.

The ‘City of A Hundred Spires’ is where we want to go next! According to czechtourism.com Prague is a changeable city; romantic and successful, ancient and modern, but above all it is a city that is cosmopolitan through and through, and is used to welcoming foreigners. We hope to tell you first hand about our visit but for now, visit: http://www.czechtourism.com/a/ prague for more information.

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New York There is something for everyone in New York. This city on an island is filled with boundless energy and offers incredible views on top of the Empire State Building, One World Trade Center, and our favorite view from the Top of the Rock. Take in a show on Broadway or chill in a quiet bistro in the West Village. Don’t miss a trip through Central Park this Fall or Winter enjoy gorgeous fall leaves surrounded by views of the city and if you are planning a visit later this year a fresh blanket of snow in the park is truly a winter wonderland.

Buenos Aires They call it the Paris of South America because of it’s European architecture but Buenos Aires is also the birth place of the Tango. We love modern architecture and inviting spaces so don’t miss Puerto Madera and it’s iconic and moderm bridge. The Argentina National Congress pictured here is also a spectacular sight of Architecture.

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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF SETH TRAVIS

DESIGN DIRECTOR FIORELLA JIMENEZ

EXECUTIVE CREATIVE DIRECTOR SETHTRAVIS

DIRECTOR OF EDITORIAL PROJECTS SETH TRAVIS FASHION FASHION DIRECTOR SETH TRAVIS ART & PRODUCTION SENIOR DESIGNER FIORELLA JIMENEZ CONTRIBUTORS

Contributing Photographer Assistant Photographer Lead Stylist Contributing Stylist Contributing Writer Fitness Correspondent NEXT Model NEXT Model NEXT Model NEXT Model

Rick Day Steve Benisty Seth Travis Mario Wilson Jonathan Borge Jose Urbino Tristan Alexander Josh Knight Louis Rizzo Alejandro Lopez

BUSINESS Director or Partnerships & Promotions Seth Travis ADVERTISERS Le Blanc Spa Resorts Equinox Movember Foundation Monster Products Neiman Marcus Merrick Park - Miami CIN2 Art Miami

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