Men\u2019s\u00a0grooming\u00a0brand Lynx is all about you. They want you to look your best. They want you to feel your best. Think of them as a high-end version of a makeover TV show minus the sappy host and teary-eyed audience. Their latest collection of accessories is called Find Your Magic and that\u2019s what it asks of you\u2013to look deep inside, see what makes you\u00a0you, and then express that outwardly through your appearance.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/v10fo5ALPVQ\r\n\r\nFind Your Magic\u00a0is a limited edition collection but that\u2019s not the only thing making it special. For starters, it represents a partnership between Lynx and fashion designer Felix Chan, best known as the co-founder of clothing brand Vanishing Elephant. Also, every single dollar goes to I-Manifest, Lynx\u2019s charity partner. We know\u2013a company giving away all its money sounds too good to be true but they did incorporate the word \u201cmagic\u201d after all.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nPerhaps the real magic behind the new collection is that Lynx and Chan collaborated with and took inspiration from three Aussies who have made huge marks on their respective industries through singular perspectives and methodologies. We hesitate to say these people \u201cthink differently\u201d because Apple might sue us but these people think differently. As such, each one exudes a completely distinct sense of style, making it easy to draw from their well of creativity and return with something unique and exciting. Let\u2019s meet our cast of muses (and the products they inspired), shall we?\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/dFTNNDp4c5A\r\n\r\nFirst up is\u00a0Nathan Sasi, the head chef of Mercado, easily one of Australia\u2019s hottest new restaurants. Sasi is the quintessential rock and roll chef who recently took the continent by storm with his immensely popular Good Times ice cream. Good Times is all about wild names and even wilder flavor combinations. Utilizing that same innovative spirit, Sasi explored the delicious world of Spanish cooking and Sydney\u2019s Mercado was born. The restaurant is now enlightening palates one smoked Wagyu tongue brioche at a time.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nSasi\u2019s collection consists of a\u00a0silk pocket square,\u00a0cross socks\u00a0and a\u00a0pattern tie. The renowned chef is all about different flavors working together so it\u2019s only natural that these accessories feature plenty of patterns and signature designs. The\u00a0silk pocket square\u00a0in particular is a marvel to behold. It flaunts a stunning combination of designs and images that don\u2019t step all over each other, analogous to an eclectic dish that uses simple but colorful ingredients to create something beautiful and of course delicious. Sasi also brought his love of straightforward classic fashion to the table for the project. Hence the\u00a0cross socks\u00a0and the\u00a0tie, which are still striking but a little subtler on the visual taste buds.\r\n\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/blw8hbvuMLg\r\n\r\nVisual artist\u00a0Giorgia Mae\u00a0has pure creativity in her bones. She grew up revering stop-motion animation and was selling paintings by the age of 15. Her passion for drawing and painting and just all around bringing images to life eventually led her to the tattoo industry and it didn\u2019t take long for Giorgia to make a name for herself as part of the Bondi Ink Tattoo Crew.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nAn\u00a0arrow tie,\u00a0plaid socks\u00a0and a\u00a0silk scarf make up Giorgia\u2019s collection. While the tie is a solid shade of sleek, beautiful gray, the scarf and socks are heavy on plaid and feature line-based patterns. The look of her accessories is not only a tribute to her passion as an expert drawer and artist, but also her Scottish heritage. Her products are an easy score for the modern day dapper gentleman\u2013the kind of guy who dresses well and also might be sporting a couple of Mae\u2019s tattoos under his sleeve.\r\n\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/blw8hbvuMLg\r\n\r\nJules Tognini\u00a0came up in the world of grooming and style so segueing into accessories and design was only natural. He was the New Zealand Men\u2019s Hairdresser of the Year for three years in a row and anyone who knows hair knows that it\u2019s as much a mode of expression as any article of clothing can ever be.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nTognini\u2019s personal mantra is that you \u201cdance to your own rhythm\u201d and he even helped design a pair of unmistakable\u00a0tie-dye socks\u00a0for you to dance in. Also part of his collection is a\u00a0blunt tie\u00a0and\u00a0blue bandana. There\u2019s a singular aura of indigo running between each accessory that instantly stamps the collection as coming from a powerful creative foundation. If Tognini ever gets bored styling hair, there might very well be a future for him in grooming accessories. He definitely knows how to create a signature look and that alone takes a ton of talent. The fact that his products look downright amazing also helps!\r\n\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n\r\nIt goes without saying that the Find Your Magic Collection is all about using individual identity and passion to achieve a collaborative mode of expression. To put together such a stunning array of accessories and then give all the profit to charity takes pure spirit as well. We commend Lynx and their team of innovators, who really bring some cutting edge thinking to the world of grooming and style. And for those among you whom feel just the slightest connection to the people and accessories featured in the Find Your Magic line, hurry up and move on that instinct because this a limited run that won\u2019t be around for long.\r\n\r\nThe\u00a0Find Your Magic Collection\u00a0is available exclusively through the\u00a0Men in This Town Blog.