Man About Town is the bi-annual publication with a contemporary perspective for today’s man with his eye on aesthetics. Exploring key trends, cosmopolitan happenings and an insider’s knowledge of modern influencers, its pages cover a broad spectrum of diverse interests, from fashion and art to celebrity and culture. Celebrating its decade anniversary in 2017, to date the title has offered a platform for some of the industry’s most respected photographers, among them Juergen Teller, Steven Klein, Wolfgang Tillmans and Alasdair McLellan. As one of publishing’s most esteemed publications with a male lens, Man About Town boasts a loyal readership and an attractive social following, while its influence can be noted far beyond its immediate circles. With inspiring features and forward-thinking editorials produced by the internationally recognised talent in every issue, the title’s readership is privy to some of the most exciting editorial content around today. Man About Town was originally the brainchild of John Taylor, a British journalist in the 1950s. It is seen by many as Britain's first modern consumer 'style' title for men. The title went through numerous changes over the decades including several name changes before ceasing publication in 1968.