Bad-boy Momofuku chef David Chang’s magazine takes a nerdy, fan-like approach to food journalism (one issue was entirely dedicated to ramen). $28 for four issues a year; lky.ph.
Scot Penny Martin’s “anti-fantasy” handbook celebrates how real women think and dress (even if those real women might include, say, Beyoncé). It’s the sister publication of Fantastic Man. $25 for two issues a year; thegentlewoman.co.uk.
Editor Kerry Diamond’s food-meets-fashion venture spotlights beautiful women making delicious eats—whether model Karlie Kloss or BBQ master Helen Turner. $35 for two issues a year; cherrybombe.com.
The recipe-driven culinary pub, conceived by former Nylon staffers Michele Outland and Fiorella Valdesolo, is about gathering to cook, dine and drink. $35 for two issues a year; gatherjournal.com.
Man of the World
Alan Maleh’s rugged but handsome bible is a tribute to an all-American lifestyle both handmade and rough-shaven. $72 for four issues a year; manoftheworld.com.
The Lit Mag Everyone Should be Reading
Italo-British editor Tim Small is reviving Milan’s literary culture with the smart, semiannual Milan Review. No two issues are remotely similar: Its third installment consists entirely of a novella in 66 micro-chapters by Canadian Clancy Martin titled “Travels in Central America.” $30; themilanreview.com.