In tough times like this, it can certainly be very challenging thinking about dressing up and being a true gentleman.

In times where you’re at home most of the times, we find that our wellbeing is THE primary concern at the moment. It is fundamental to ensure that our mental health is in perfect state, especially to be back on track straight away when this restriction law’s gone.

The self-isolation and social distancing have been having a detrimental impact on men’s health. However, at times people just need someone to talk to, someone they can trust, someone who’s able to listen to them like the closest of your friends. Thankfully, that someone is HUMEN Space!

HUMEN is a UK platform that focuses on improving and maintaining men’s mental health by providing a space where men can connect and talk regularly in a non-clinical environment.

The platform also calls it, The Gym for the Mind, and for a good reason!

The organization has gained an overwhelming success in cities such as London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Dublin, and even though the physical space has been now closed, it has now expanded all over the world – including Australia. Right now, over 200 men have signed up online to the HUMEN Space, so there’s plenty of people from all over the world to talk to and share their isolated experience.

We find that it’s amazing that a platform such as HUMEN Space can provide this free support to all men but guess what? We’re not the only ones! The organization has also been supported by the likes of Bill Nighy, David Gandy and Andrew Scott, guys that we’ve always admired for their effortless style. All of these icons will be featured on a five-part doco produced by the same organization. It will undoubtedly be great to see that, after all – celebrity or not – we’re all under the same roof when it comes to men’s health.

The HUMEN Space Online runs every Monday from 6.30pm – 7.30pm (British Time).


Mattia Cozzi is an Italian menswear enthusiast who has been in the industry for the last 7 years. After living in Sydney for the past 5 years, he's noticed there is a lack of appreciation and knowledge to be a modern gentleman. For him, clothes are a true reflection of an individual's personality, something that they can be cherished and loved throughout the years and something that only get better with time. When not working, Mattia also enjoys vintage shopping and bar hopping in local jazz bars, a genre that has vastly influenced his personal style.

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