Sunday, March 21, 2010
L’Officiel Paris has released a 153 page, 1,000 image tribute to Alexander McQueen. This soon to be collector’s item documents the designer’s short history from Lee’s days at Givenchy to his final menswear collection shown in January. I must get my hands on one of these.
Saturday, March 20, 2010
Channeling the ages, Andrea Cellerino fashions create intriguing focal points for Vogue Hommes Japan’s recent cover story photographed by Josh Olins. Styling fresh face cutie model Julius Gerhardt, stylist god Nicola Formichetti turns to power numbers that find their strength in the details. From Riccardo Tisci’s studded affair for Givenchy to Milan Vukmirovic’s subtle take on fringe for Trussardi 1911, the spring season has no shortage of flair.
Continuing to make quite the impression in the fashion scene, Francisco Lachowski looks great in his latest campaign for the colorful T.I for Men. Simple photography but showcased a clean well put together style for T.I for men.
Friday, March 19, 2010
I love this moody and somber editorial for Andreas Larsson’s debut issue of L’Officiel Hommes Germany. Stylist Marcus Zietz excites with a bold display of prints and graphics. Set against Larsson’s striking photography, Adrian Wlodarski, Gabriel Grovnik, Jacob Coupe, Tomek Szczukiecki and William Eustace model the artistry of several of fashion’s finest designers from Ann Demeulemeester and Riccardi Tisci to Rei Kawakubo.
Thursday, March 18, 2010
In the most recent issue of Twist magazine, Cole Mohr brings his typical charm to this editorial and is the perfect candidate for the minimalist photography of Sune Czajkowski. Styled by Birgitte Mahrt the simple shoot showcases the cut and fabric detail.
Once again, Francisco Lachowski is photographed by the legendary Walter Pfeiffer in this turquoise-obsessed editorial in the new Spring/Summer 2010 issue of Vogue Hommes International with realization by Hannes Hetta.
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Vladimir Ivanov looks like a sexy cowboy for the spring edition of GQ Style Germany. Styled by Evelyn Sand in chaps, boots and bandanas, Vladimir looks great in moody shoot with Massimo Pamparana.