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“This is no kiddie-pop album. More like boyband- survivor-morphsinto- adult artiste.



While Zayn Malik is busy reinventing himself as a hipster, One Direction bandmate Harry Styles seems keen on being the new Robbie Williams. He’s certainly channeling RW on his first single, Sign Of The Times, which has topped the charts in a whopping 84 countries. Make no mistake; this is no kiddie pop album, more like “boy band survivor morphs into adult artiste”. The fact Harry demands to be taken so seriously means, sadly, most of the fun has been scrubbed away. “Turgid” and “try-hard” are words that spring to mind. On Ever Since New York he sounds like a bargain-basement Ed Sheeran; a baying busker who makes you think, “If he ever writes a decent song of his own he could be get somewhere.” Still, Harry is getting sexier as he ages and that’s definitely the right direction.

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The brief, jockstrap, trunk and even the leather harness and codpiece all come under the spotlight this month in DNA’s Fashion Issue. How are designers reinventing the basics? How how does our cover model Lucas Escarcello make them all look so hot in our sizzling 16-page shoot? Find out. Bros are back! Yes, ’80s super-spunk pop twins, Matt and Luke, are touring – even to Australia, and national treasure Tina Arena talks career and her relationship with the Minogue sisters. Our News Feature reports on the horrors of Europe’s concentration camps in Chechnya and we find out more about Ramzan Kadyrov, the dictator leading the push against the LGBT population. We chat with the star of The Wrong Girl and Cleverman, Rob Collins, and legendary adult film star Brent Corrigan about what makes him cry. Dr Zac investigates some of the unexpected health risks of our fashion choices while Josh our roving Style Guy looks at the move to environmentally friendly clothing. In The Back Passage we look at the often unspoken rules of men’s underwear and how they should be worn. This month's DNA Pin-Up is the delicious Jacob Cox. All that and more in DNA #209. Enjoy!