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Details (1-year)

3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)

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Product Description

Product Description

Details sets the trends that get people talking...breaking the stories that keep you in the know, ahead of the crowd, and at the forefront of the hottest fashion, celebrities, movies, music, ideas, technology and issues of the day — long before everyone else!

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Who Reads Details?
With relevant, thought-provoking editorial content, portfolio-quality photography, and award-winning design, DETAILS stands at the forefront of culture and style and speaks to men who are confident, inquisitive, educated, and informed about where the world is going—and where it’s been. DETAILS is the magazine made for affluent, career-driven men who are forging the trends of their generation.

What You Can Expect in Each Issue:
Regular sections of Details include:

  • Know+Tell: A section dedicated to news for the conspicuously clued-in, Know+Tell covers the latest innovations in design, food, drinks, cars, grooming, music, film, books, and personal finance.
  • Style: The one-stop source for up-to-the-minute advice on where to shop, what to buy, and the right ways to wear what you buy. With detailed fashion spreads, profiles of up-and-coming designers, news about store openings, and “10 Rules of Style” from fashion icons, this section makes style accessible.
  • Dossier: The home for every topic and issue a man cares about­—careers, sex, relationships, masculinity, celebrity, fatherhood, and current events—all presented with a fresh, unique perspective.
  • Exit: The “Exit” feature reveals what your various choices—in everything from cars to clothes, pop-cultural figures to political candidates—say about you.
  • Culture: Thought-provoking columns by award-winning authors Michael Chabon and Augusten Burroughs.
  • Wiseguy: A penetrating interview with a man of substance, intelligence, and experience, who shares his life lessons and his quick wit.
  • Features: Longer-form stories including insightful cover profiles, clever cultural criticism, gorgeous fashion spreads, and gripping pieces of reportage pieces.
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During his tenure, DETAILS editor-in-chief Daniel Peres has recruited such columnists as Michael Chabon, Augusten Burroughs, Anderson Cooper, Bruce Wagner, and Rick Moody to the magazine, along with top-tier photographers such as Steven Klein, Terry Richardson, Michael Thompson, Tom Munro, and Mary Ellen Mark. DETAILS demands the finest writing and photography in the industry, and its contributors are reflections of the magazine’s dedication to providing the highest-quality content to its readership.

Magazine Layout
DETAILS’ design is clever, conceptual, and clean. The magazine uses award-winning photography to complement its top-flight written features. And each section of the magazine is visually defined, with a distinct graphic identity that allows the reader to know where he is in the magazine.

Comparisons to Other Magazines
DETAILS’ point of passion—and of differentiation—is its knowledge of its readers, their interests, and their tastes. DETAILS is the only magazine written for contemporary, successful, educated men who are interested in the latest events, the finest fashions, and the most cutting-edge ideas.

Apple, Armani, Bally, Banana Republic, Bang & Olufsen, Bloomingdale’s, Burberry, Cadillac, Calvin Klein, Claiborne, Coach, Converse, Diesel, DKNY, Dolce & Gabbana, Ford, French Connection, Gant, Grey Goose, Gucci, Guess, Hilfiger, Hugo Boss, Jaguar, Johnnie Walker, Lacoste, Land Rover, Louis Vuitton, Macy’s, Mercedes Benz, Mont Blanc, Nautica, Nordstroms, Patron, Polo, Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo, Stolichnaya, Svedka, Tod’s, Tom Ford Menswear, Yves Saint Laurent, and Zegna.

DETAILS has been one of the most honored magazines by its peers since it was re-launched in 2000. It has won two National Magazine Awards for Design (2002 and 2003), and been named finalist for seven other NMAs, including General Excellence. DETAILS has been recognized by the Society of Publication Designers with three Gold Medals in Magazine Design and one in Photography, as well as five Silver Medals.

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Product Details

  • Format: Magazine
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Publisher: Condé Nast Publications
  • ASIN: B00005N7PS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
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93 of 101 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Give Me the Details March 15, 2006
Subscription Term Name:1 year
Details is a mildly interesting magazine that is geared toward men of various ages and lifestyles. The main group that Details aims to capture is the 17 to 35 year- old male but there are articles in each magazine that could be appealing to men of many different ages, mostly in the middle to upper income groups.

Some things about Details quickly set it apart from other magazines. One difference is the "departments". Most magazines have departments, but instead of talking about the same things each month, these departments vary in their content (the only exceptions being "Know- Tell" and the "The Details"). Each one contains similar stories from one month to the next, but with different subtitles, helping to make each issue a little fresher than it would otherwise be.

As far as the writing goes, Details offers a great deal of diversity for a magazine. Yes, it is generally focused on things of interest to men, but it covers a very broad range of interests. You can find articles in this magazine on such diverse topics as the death penalty, raising kids, buying a new coat, setting up an internet business, breaking up with a girlfriend, or purchasing the best vodka. There are articles geared toward single men and married men, as well as younger men and middle- aged men.

I like some of the articles found here but there is one problem I have with the writing in Details. It is common to find eye- catching headlines on the cover of Details that tempt you to find out more. This is nothing new and most every magazine does this. But the problem is that many of these eye- popping stories fail to keep you amazed when you read them. Take for example an article in a recent issue. On the front, it reads "Is Your Wife a Bad Mom"? It sound like an engaging, intellectual read.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars If you like ads, you'll like Details February 25, 2003
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Subscription Term Name:1 year
In the first 60 pages of the most recent issue I received, there is a letter from the editor, two pages which serve as a table of contents, and fifty-seven pages of advertising. The remainder of the magazine doesn't get much better. I don't have the time to search for articles among a maze of ads.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not What I Wanted August 29, 2009
Subscription Term Name:1 year
I bought a subscription to this magazine because it was a bargain and the covers always are eye-appealing and intriguing. However, I am disappointed with the magazine itself, now that I have been receiving it for about six months. As some of the other reviewers have noted, a huge portion of the magazine is taken up with glossy advertising, most of which is for clothing that only investment bankers or movie stars are likely to purchase. I like clothes, but it would be nice to see clothing lines other than couture advertised. More disturbingly, the magazine seems to have a split personality in its approach to masculinity. Many articles are written from the viewpoint of the stereotypical uber-masculine American male, with lots of references to heterosexual relationships, and other "guy stuff." Yet other articles come off as attempting to be from a gay-friendly viewpoint. I prefer the latter, but I don't see the point in having gay-friendly material when the rest of the magazine is trying to be a go-to guide for red-blooded males. I guess I don't fully "get" the editorial viewpoint that Details (purports to be) espousing. Consequently, I won't be ordering another subscription.
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30 of 36 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars next to no content, but plenty of ads... September 3, 2003
Subscription Term Name:1 year
When I was in high school Details was a pretty cool magazine, lots of cutting edge stuff was featured and for some one who was a dork gave some interesting style tips.
I recently resubscribed and gotta tell ya that I wasted [money amount]. The articles are almost never more than 500 words long, and usually "think" pieces that seem tossed off while the author was in a cab on the way to the editorial meeting.
A lot of pretty ads though...
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29 of 36 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A wanna-be serious magazine for folks with ADHD August 27, 2005
Subscription Term Name:1 year
Jeff Goldblum's character in "The Big Chill" said that he couldn't write an article longer than the average person could read during a, er, "trip to the library" (wink, wink, nudge, nudge, know what I mean?). The writers at Details seems to have the same marching orders. In these hectic times, maybe that's not so bad. The articles I have read are well researched and nicely bite-sized. I actually finished the entire magazine between PM mail delivery and breakfast the next day. The topics they covered in my first issue ranged from fashion to health concerns. And, again, they cover the topics in very few, well-written pages. I do think the models look like under-fed children but at my age, that could be tunnel-vision (grey hair, I remember Filmore East, you get the picture?). My suggestion, take a look. It's a magazine with an interesting voice and it may be for you.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars LOTS of ads, nice pictures, not much substance September 12, 2009
Subscription Term Name:1 year|Verified Purchase
I got this subscription free as part of an Amazon promotion, and now realize I would not subscribe to Details if I had to pay for it. BUT, if you're looking for a lot of nicely-photographed ads, some nice (airbrushed and Photoshopped) pics of celebrities and models, and quick-to-read articles that lack any real depth, this is your mag! But why would you pay for it? You can see all of this online at dozens of websites for free. While I still love holding and reading a great magazine with terrific photography, in this case I vote for "Save a Tree."
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Details. Details.
Worth the money. Delivery was fast.
Published 16 days ago by Mister Personality
3.0 out of 5 stars Not my cup of tea.
First time ordering this magazine. It was a little more upscale then I am. It did not cover much that I am interested.
Published 25 days ago by RKSparky
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Stuff
Good Stuff
Published 1 month ago by Mahmoud Ahmed
1.0 out of 5 stars Nothing to it. Just an advertisement. Little article ...
Nothing to it. Just an advertisement. Little article content.
Published 1 month ago by Hoyett L. Barnett
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
Ok mag
Published 2 months ago by Stephen Hansen
1.0 out of 5 stars One Star
sucks (period)
Published 2 months ago by Calman86
5.0 out of 5 stars I love the insightful knowledge of articles
I love the insightful knowledge of articles, whether it was the latest in new tech or fashion, this magazine has a lot of tidbit of information.
Published 4 months ago by Aneudi D.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
excellent value.. some of the clothes are a little young for me but like the articles too
Published 5 months ago by Daniel R. Dause
2.0 out of 5 stars I cant believe real men dress like that. I just read the product...
too many ads the whole magazine is ads. I cant believe real men dress like that. I just read the product reviews then throw magazines away don't want anyone to think i like guys.
Published 6 months ago by carlos rodriguez
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
This was bought for someone else. She enjoys the articles by and for men.
Published 6 months ago by Priscilla H.
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