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The ninth printed issue of MITT features man made goods from around Australia, a few shared words from Jonathan Lukacek in Osaka, a look behind the scenes of Sydney watchmaker Leighton Clarke of Mister Wolf, a discussion with itinerant artist Abdul Abdullah plus our cover story with Christopher Hancy, the intriguing designer behind clothing label Beaugan — whose personal story was shaped by struggle, rebellion and determination. Also written and photographic essays including 'All Art is Quite Useless' by Ali Asghar Shah, the rise of Ziggy Ramo, the story of a gay Russian manstarting over in America, three dishes that will cure a hangover, and Joel L. Daniels' words to his daughter. Lastly, a look at the street styles of Tokyo Fashion Week.