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The April Issues

  • Kempt Staff

Jason Bateman GQ

Now that it’s spring, everything is abloom—even your local newsstands, thanks to the newest crop of magazines swathed in brightly colored menswear.

In other words: the April issues have arrived.

And in our grand tradition of taking the pulse of printed menswear journalism, we’ve thumbed through all of the highly glossy/flammable pages of the usual suspects to give you the rundown on the upcoming trends, recent cultural phenomena and the requisite amount of eye candy.

Without further ado, the April Issues.»

Marion Cotillard Does Not Care About Flowers

Dirty on Purpose: Billy Reid works his weathered magic on some classic K-Swiss. Well played. [Acquire]

Going on a Trip: Patton Oswalt christens a new party game: you can live anywhere, at any point in history, for five years. Choose wisely. [A.V. Club]

New Dinosaurs, Act Like You Know: A new type of dinosaur pops up in Spain. Honestly, we’re still getting over the ’09 Triceratops. [Gizmodo]

The Little Blue Dot: And just because it’s Friday, here’s a photomosaic of the entire planet. [Lonely Planet]

Salma, Patton, and Aitor


Just Like Us: Salma Hayek’s email account is significantly less glamorous than this picture. [Gawker]

Lots of Screaming: Patton Oswalt informs us that fatherhood is a lot like Crank: High Voltage. Good to know there’s still graphic sex. [Myspace]

Behind the Mask: A closer look at C.P. Company, courtesy of Aitor Throup. [SwipeLife]

Top of the Pile: Tribeca’s finest short films are surprisingly light on car chases. [Vulture]