The Debut Issue of Man of the World

There are a slew of fashion magazines out on the newsstands today, but few that focus on American heritage and luxury. Enter: Man of the World.

“It’s a handbook for the modern man, but its DNA is definitely inspired by American vintage,” says found and editor-in-chief Alan Maleh of the magazine.

From luxury fashion to vintage watches to sports cars, Man of the World helps its reader align every product he owns with the lifestyle he wishes to emulate.

A Hickey Freeman wool blazer in this month’s Man of the World.

The first issue, on newsstands now, is filled with stories about heritage brands, Borsalino hats and mixing cocktails. Fashion Director Julie Ragolia worked with guest stylist Michael Bastian for the issue, which features a Hickey Freeman wool blazer. Julie Ragolia is former fashion director for CITY magazine, and has styled for magazine such as W, Vogue, Interview, Esquire and Vanity Fair.

Alan Maleh, Editor-in-chief and publisher, is also the President and CEO of Weeplay Kids, a branding, marketing and product development company known for building and acquiring childrenswear brands. Weeplay was started when Maleh’s son was born and he could not find quality children’s products that fit the needs of his lifestyle. Taking the same approach to Man of the World, Maleh has created a beautiful magazine inspiring men to fill every aspect of their life with luxurious heritage pieces.

We look forward to future issues. Learn more at

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