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January 12th, 2010 Posted by Betty comments (9)


In the midst of the frenetic men’s castings for Milan and Paris, come a plethora of top new campaigns and faces to ogle:

Ollie Edwards, the winning Brit continues his hot streak as the campaign face for Giorgio Armani by Josh Olins.

Garrett Neff reaffirms his top model billing with the Trussardi campaign by everyone’s favorite Renaissance man Milan Vukmirovic.

New face Paolo Anchisi emerges in the Mario Testino lensed Versace campaign sharing the spotlight with stars Simon Nessman and Georgia May Jagger.

Though Jacob Coupe‘s Prada image is the only one to appear so far, Love Magazine gives a preview of the main campaign which was filmed and shot by artist and filmmaker, Yang Fudong who has “has created some of the most staggeringly beautiful works of independent cinema to come out of China.”



Paolo Anchisi and Georgia May Jagger. Versace S/S 10 by Testino.


Adrien Sahores and Jacob Coupe. A still from the Prada short movie by Yang Fudong (from Love blog). The film will be unveiled on January 18th on and

(Ollie and Garrett scans courtesy of d Management, Versace courtesy of VGL, Prada still courtesy of Love blog)

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  1. Alex.Emerson says:

    How great would it be if that still was an image from the actual Prada campaign. I’m so tired of the “blue steel” sexy/serious face…or in the words of Jenna from 30 Rock: “horny and serious.” Some humor and excitement might shake up the staid print ad machine.

  2. page says:

    @alex love the 30 rock reference.

  3. Nádia says:

    Paolo is quite a nice surprise! Giorgio’s campaign looks good!

  4. Samira says:
  5. Jovi Monreve says:

    i like the first pic.but to be honest,armani is not my style

  6. Antonio Barros says:

    I really need an Armani suit! 🙂

  7. MJ says:

    I think it would be better if Versace’s ad doesn’t have the fur.. or at least make the fur flat. Too many ripples vs geometry design on the clothes & accessories.

  8. Creative Opulence says:

    The entire new Men’s Armani campaign is great.

  9. Josh says:

    mens ads are so boring (unless they have their shirts off)

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