Tomorrow is Men's Day? Time for a man's manual!
What makes a man cool? Being like James Hunt or Steve McQueen would be the right answer, but it's a bit too short. Then it would be better to write a short essay on what exactly that means. Like in the first edition of "Männersachen". In a good 224 pages, men and women find out why breaking out on a motorbike is good for the soul (and bad for the perfect CV), how lipstick stains can be removed with petrol and what filmmaker Bruce Brown had to do to win the respect of his actors. This much can be revealed: it wasn't entirely G-rated.
The only person who is really cool is the one who doesn't even try to be cool. They just do what fits. Like interior designer Tomasso Spinzi. He lives in a very special shared apartment - together with his Porsche 911 SC. But there are also other ultimate man toys for cool guys. How about a Lamborghini Huracan Evo? Or let's go for real horsepower - with the Polo. It is, after all, the oldest team sport in the world. If you like it more casual, devote yourself to the ten dirtiest albums in music history or find good reasons to be single - or get yourself a really heavy table football in the house.
The only person who is really cool is the one who doesn't even try to be cool. They just do what fits.
In any case, "Männersachen" is a good-humoured best-of remix of the first 20 rampstyle issues. As usual, it is stylish with selected texts and pictures, loving graphics and illustrations, useful and useless knowledge as well as a wealth of quotations and gadgets as a timelessly stimulating and entertaining smorgasbord. Casually relaxed, tongue-in-cheek, good-humoured, eloquent, not always politically correct, but always courageous, adventurous and surprising. A book for real men, wild guys and cool boys. A perfect companion for World Men's Day.