This month we want to encourage all of Monochrome’s male readers to get off their bums and get back in shape. Summer is here, not around the corner, HERE sway! Exercising at home is hopefully, something you’ve been thinking about while sitting on the sofa waiting out this cold cold winter we are slowly coming out of.
The first time we visited Danny Shikwambi’s Instagram handle we were amazed and no we aren’t making reference to his well build physique or okay maybe just a little (a whole lot).
This month’s Model Update edition we speak to the young man who hails all the way from Walvis Bay, popularly known as DannyK in the Namibian modeling industry.
Our favourite funny girl, Sibolala took the time out of her schedule to school us on “Shoes x Personality”.
Now we can tell from a distance away if we want to engage a guy or not.
Growing a beard and taking good care of it can sound really easy. But just like maintaining the hair on top of your heard, it requires a lot of attention and a little more than just combing it every other day and hoping it grows how you envision it to.
So here are a couple of ways you can care for your beard and make sure it smells and looks good all the time.
– Shallot Mohutege
The closest experience I got to be in the presence of a barber was my father, I can still remember that day he got home straight from work and took out his favourite pair of scissors and made sure that my tiny head was as clear as a mirror’s reflection.
We all love tall guys but what happens when you are tall and don’t know how to dress for your body? We know, you read on…
Our fashion industry is on the rise and we commend everyone pushing the envelope. This month we profiled some of Namibia’s best fashion male designers.
Our Spring/Summer season is here, that means it’s time to invest in key fashion trends for men that will see you through what it is left of the year.
Masculinity… People seem to know it, when they see it. They sense it, they react to it, but if you ask most men to define masculinity, you get a lot of confused and conflicted answers. In many cases you get a short lecture on morality, tradition, and the popular conception of manhood.
Over the years the perception of men and women in the kitchen has gradually changed. Traditionally, cooking has been women’s work. The first cooking classes were utilitarian, a means for women to find employment as domestics.