L’ Uomo isaseri es ofshorts tori est ha tall be ginwithth esame words-“the man” - and then each lead to unexpected places: you can open a door, choose a path, and in an instant you’re no longer the man, L’Uomo, you were before.
L’Uomo is the embrace of two athletes, or a wounded soldier being tended toan dc aredf or bythe on eh el oves.
L’Uomo is Lou Reed with his mir rored sunglasses, or the clear-eyed gaze of a short-haired girl, or a photographer in his wooden cabin before the oc ean,orPharrellW il liamsd resse d in anAr mani suit.
L’Uomo is f ive fashion stories, each with dif ferent settings, protagonists and clothes - because there cannot be just one Uomo: there is no single style orso lewayto liv einthisworld.
L’Uomo is one of the few international magazines that has accompanied, witnessed, and in certain cases inf luenced consumption and l ifestyles over th el ast50years. In Italyan dar oundtheworld.Fro mI talytotheworld. L’ Uomo is go ingto be differente very time, everyis sue special. L’Uomo is three magazines in one: culture, fashion and objects. It features the most relevant voices in style reporting; it showcases f ive women photographerss ho otingf iv ed ifferent covers.
L’Uomo is the creation of many: all the women and men who have contributed to it over these past 50 years - and al l those who are now starting to write a new chapter in its history. Every magazine that emerges, or re-emerges, is a smal l piece of good news: a voice that is added to the conversation, or freshly returned to it. This issue is for al l those people - men and women - who have let us know L’Uomo was something t hey’ve been missing.