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The tenth printed issue of MITT features man made goods from around Australia and a few shared words on the people, places and things that have shaped the men in this town. Plus, the details of an architects life, the work of Erykah Badu’s hat maker, Thom O’Brien, and our cover story looking at the home life of head designer at R.M. Williams, Jeremy Hershan.
Also written and photographic essays including 'Sport the Imposter' by Ali Asghar Shah, our first fashion feature with the fresh faces who are making ground across Australia’s familiar and unidentified sporting fields, the sports gear fantasies of photographer Josh Koll and how Japan saved American style with W. David Marx.
Lastly, a look at the street styles of New York Fashion Week: Men’s.