Yes, your favorite magazine just hit kinse! #FHMXVMax!
To mark a decade-and-a-half stretch of celebrating beautiful women and dispensing invaluable, inuman-worthy (sometimes just plain silly) male wisdom, we’re diverting from regular programming to bring you FHM XV.
We’ve thickened and plumped this issue in two parts: with throwbacks of the last fifteen years’ highlights in man advice, classic (Shower Four to Tutti Fruity) cover shoots, and decade-old male fashion (e.g. baggy maong). Then we made sure to celebrate beginnings, rounding up a visual pyrotechnic of new people to kickoff this glamorous birthday with.
The most special of these people being our cover girl: California-born, Boracay-raised Kapuso star Max Collins, taking a dip in her anniversary swimsuit. Subsequently turning our knees to mush just by showing up as the porcelain goddess she is: big brown eyes, luscious lips, and skin so glistening she can’t lie about it!
"Because I’m luminescent!" She replies too quick and gamely, when asked by the FHM Asks Stupid Questions team why her skin hasn’t turned brown from practically growing up as an island girl in Boracay. Not to mention how accommodating Max was even after our photographer cut her dress in half—while she was wearing it (see: magazine for the complete story).
Now that everything’s said and done, there’s nothing left to do but have our cake. Happy birthday to us!
Our pa-blow-out for all of you of course comes in the form of FHM XV, which will be available everywhere starting tomorrow (Sunday, March 1, 2015)! You can score digital copies in the following days through the FHM app (http://bit.ly/fhmphapple) and the Summit Media Newsstand (http://bit.ly/fhmmagph)! (For the really atat, you can also click here to view our video teaser!)
Now, hit the gallery below for the exclusive behind-the-scenes photos from Max's cover shoot!
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Two FHM sportswriters argue over the Kyrie Irving-Isaiah Thomas trade