Nylon Guys

Nylon Guys was a men's fashion and lifestyle magazine that was published in the United States from 2004 to 2015. The magazine's contents were focused on men's fashion, grooming, lifestyle, music, and entertainment.Image:nylon-guys-sample-cover

Nylon Guys was a spin-off of the popular women's fashion magazine, Nylon, which was founded in 1999. The magazine was originally titled "Nylon for Men" but was later rebranded as "Nylon Guys" in 2007 to reflect its independent identity.

The magazine's content was targeted towards a young, urban male audience interested in fashion and culture. Nylon Guys featured prominent actors, musicians, and athletes on its covers, including James Franco, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ryan Reynolds, and Chris Pratt.

In addition to fashion and lifestyle content, Nylon Guys also featured articles on art, design, technology, and current events, making it a well-rounded publication for readers interested in a variety of topics.

Nylon Guys was known for its unique design, playful tone, and editorial style, which stood out from more traditional men's fashion publications. The magazine was also recognized for its coverage of emerging trends and designers, giving readers a sneak peek into the latest and greatest in men's fashion.

In 2015, Nylon Guys ceased publication, as its parent company decided to focus exclusively on its women's fashion and lifestyle magazine, Nylon. However, the magazine's legacy lives on, as it inspired and influenced a generation of readers and designers.{{Categories}}

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