Archive for September, 2010

Milan’s Men

September 30th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

Milan Vukmirovic, one of the most prolific men in fashion, consistently amazes us every season. This Renaissance man, in between duties as creative director for all the Trussardi lines and editor/photographer/stylist for all the different L’Officiel Hommes, somehow still finds time to zero in on the hottest rising stars of the moment. In addition to Vince Robitaille who got the coveted L’Officiel Hommes cover and story, great new face Sebastian Sauve snags the cover of L’Officiel Hommes Germany (shot by Andreas Larsson); Michael Wozniak shines in 2 camouflage themed shoots; the very debonair Anthon Wellsjo is the epitome of sophistication and newcomers Isaac Farisato and Federico Cola debut with solo spreads in LH Paris and LH Italia. Which is your favorite face and story from all this L’Officiel Hommes madness?

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Rebel, Rebel

September 30th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

With his larger than life persona and various incarnations David Bowie has always been a source of fashion inspiration, David Sims takes the icon’s androgynous look to the pages of Vogue Paris and transforms Iselin Steiro in the process. Emmanuelle Alt selects the perfect blend of menswear inspired pieces to create a look the merges Bowie’s Aladdin Sane and Thin White Duke eras into the perfect mix and with the final touch of crimson hair Iselin truly looks just like him.

Image Credit | Noir Facade

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Cold Comfort

September 29th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

The combination of Eniko Mihaliks one of a kind face and the luxuriously cushy furs chosen by Elissa Santisi make Raymond Meier‘s sleek studio edit in Vogue Nippon, the perfect introduction to winter’s chilly fashions. Temperatures haven’t dropped just yet, but Japan is always one step ahead of the curve – this is already the November issue after all.

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Molto Bella!

September 29th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

October’s Vogue Italia cover is about as quintessentially Italian as it gets; Steven Meisel shoots Roman beauty Mariacarla Boscono wearing crimson Giorgio Armani and looking completely classic thanks to her innate poise and Panos Yiapanis‘ impeccable styling. This issue marks a series of firsts; Mariacarla’s first VI cover and the debut of Panos; with the high style headline and super chic cover we can’t wait to see all that is inside!

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New Man

September 29th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

The new L’Officiel Hommes smashingly debuts Vince Robitaille on his first cover, proclaiming London as the new destination for fashion. Milan Vukmirovic‘s stark black and white images highlight not only the coolest of the fall clothes but Vince’s ruggedly attractive appeal.

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Controversial Subject Matter

September 28th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Naomi Campbell.
Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.
Interview Magazine.

Modeling’s resident bad girl teams with M&M for an editorial that capitalizes on her always controversial reputation and her limitless sex appeal. Perfection.

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September 27th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Wouldn’t it be nice to go to the Vogue Paris 90th Anniversary ball? If you haven’t received your invite from Carine just yet the latest issue of Vogue Paris might be enough to raise your spirits. The festive theme runs throughout the issue culminating in a stunning editorial by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. VP regulars like Lara Stone, Freja Beha Erichsen, Crystal Renn and Mariacarla Boscono join newcomer Daphne Groeneveld and dance star Roberto Bolle for a visual feast styled by Mme. Roitfeld herself. The graphic black and white images show off some of fall’s most innovative pieces and perfectly capture the vitality we’ve come to expect from Vogue Paris.

Image Credit | Scans by Elsaskywalker @ tFS

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Tom Tom Club

September 27th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

Up and coming face Tom Lander astonishes in the latest Dazed & Confused Japan in not 1 but 2 energetic stories by Kai Z Feng. With his signature sleepy eyed expression, natural pout, and quintessentially boyish appeal, the seventeen-year-old Brit seems on track to join the ranks of the industry’s top male models. Tom’s incredible face and poise in front of the camera, with spot on styling by Stevie Westgarth make the furs and heavy coats THE must have pieces for winter. (Story by Gary Mazrek)

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