so long, Men’s wrist!
As adults, we tend to forget the little things we loved in childhood and adolescence, as our needs and desires change as time goes on. Take it. Men’s wrist magazine, for example. Snapshots of fashionable youths in streetwear are famous for featuring whimsical captions like chess and borders. “My destination? ask the sun” and What is the student discount for the “adult site”?This magazine was very popular with people who grew up in the mid-2000s. Few people turn to magazines for fashion inspiration these days, but it has fallen by the wayside.
Unfortunately, this is what it means The quirky magazine is disappearing.. After 18 years of monthly publication, publisher Taiyo Tosho has decided to end the magazine; Many people who read this at a young age were saddened.
▼ A typical page from Men’s wrist. This one. “Gaia whispers to me to shine brighter.”
Not posted on my TL yet lol
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Men’s wrist It went into print in April 2004 and quickly became a hit thanks to its well-placed cheesiness. In the year It was bought in 2018 by Taiyo Tosho, who continued publishing the magazine until the end of this year. The magazine has announced its latest issue, the September 2022 issue, as a street fashion style book, a Japanese summer fashion collection. The print on the cover reads, “Thanks, guys!” He wrote. In English, followed by a blur of thanks:
“Beginning in April 2004 and continuing to serve multiple generations over the past 18 years, this is our last edition. Not many, but we’ve rounded up some of the best from among men. The wrist is left behind. Thank you very much everyone!! “…
▼ The cover of the final issue, which is available as a digital version via Amazon Japan here.
▼ More pages from the magazine. Quotes include: “The standard is to be written as ‘brave’ but read as ‘European’.” (top right) and “Come with me wherever you want. I’ll handle you smartly.” (bottom right).
– ©️ (@hirosaunaikitai) August 4, 2022
Fans of the magazine took to Twitter to express their gratitude for the magazine:
“Thank you, male energy! It’s been fun all these years…”
“Is it ending? I always though whoever came up with those catchy phrases was a genius.
“Is Men’s Labor Ending? I’m surprised it’s lasted this long, I have to say I’m a little sad even though it followed me when I was young.
“Goodbye guys… I trusted you a lot during my time at university.”
“Dang. I read it all the time. I think it was Ryoma Saegami whose hair caught my attention?”
“What?!? This was my Bible years ago. How sad.”
“I’ve never used it as a reference for fashion, but I think it’s a fun magazine.”
“I loved their catchy phrases. I used them in my daily life.
Unfortunately, it’s a new era where people turn to social media first for their fashion inspiration, so it’s tough for fashion magazines. Men’s wrist To find a place in today’s world. But while people can now turn to Instagram and Twitter to find their next outfit, who’s cheering us on with “my charisma is so wild even Ouroboros love it”?
It’s a sad day.
Source: FashionSnap via Yahoo! News via Hachima Kiko Twitter/#Men’s Knees
Top image: Pakutaso
Credit: Amazon Japan/Men’s Labor Editorial Department
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