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DNA Magazine #215 (December 2017)

DNA Magazine #215 (December 2017)

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The Swimsuit Issue

Australia Decides – How the marriage equality postal survey results panned out.

Groojming Summer Stunners – Men’s grooming expert Will Fennell offers his top tips for looking your best this summer – from “expression relaxation” to oils and faking the perfect tan.

Armie Hammer – After playing action heros and spies, Armie Hammer has finally reached Hollywood A-list status via a compelling gay role.

Call Me By Your Name – The hottest gay romance this summer, unfortunately, won’t be yours! And once you’ve seen this stunning film you’ll probably agree.

The Lost City of Pertra – This ancient city is more than a colossal archaeological site and a readymade set for Hollywood movies.

Going Aussie in NY – Introducing the latest Australian swimwear brand, Grayson Boyd. Inspired by ’70s beach culture and an Aussie playfulness.

Summer Storm – We’re in for the hottest, wettest, steamiest summer on record judging by the explosion of vivid colours and cuts designed to accentuate every bulge and curve in men’s swimwear.

Sunscreen foods! – Did you know there are some types of food that can help protect you from the sun’s harmful rays?

Gay Chef: Jordan’s Beef Cheeks – Something hot and hearty for you and three friends.

Straight Mate: Christian Byers – Playing rock star Stevie Wright of the easybeats should be challenging but, it seems, it’s the role Christian Byers was born to play.

Style: A Gift Guide for Him – Gifts for the man who has everything

Sharon West – Haron West is bringing the big-voiced ’80s sound back and loves being called “The New Alison Moyet”. Interview by Marc Andrews.

The Merry Millionaire – Cruising Europe in decadent style between the two world wars are Ja Wells’ gay lovers in The Merry Millionaire.

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  • : DNA Publications
  • : 9771443112001#215
  • : DNA Publications
  • : November 2017
  • : magazines