Masculine elegance shines in the latest L’Officiel Hommes Italia. with Clement Chabernaud decked out in Prada on the cover and a focus on the kind of intangible sophistication everyone wants, but few possess, the issue is filled to the brim with all things elegant. In addition to page after page of striking imagery, male model aficionados will note the editorial return of David Boals, looking better than ever no less.
The romantic vision of Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli’s spring Valentino collection is brought to life by Deborah Turbeville for the brand’s latest campaign. With Georgia O’Keefe and Tina Modotti as inspirations, Chiuri & Piccioli looked to create “a fantasy setting for a new poetic femininity.” Shot in Mexico, the images featuring Bette Franke, Fei Fei Sun, Zuzanna Bijoch, Maud Welzen & Clement Chabernaud are as ethereal and beautiful as we’ve come to expect from Turbeville and serve as the perfect showcase for Chiuri & Piccioli’s decadently feminine designs.
We took a peek at the new YSL Eyewear video and we’re obsessed with the dramatic visuals created by Karim Sadli. With the exceptional Clement Chabernaud and pristine new face Othilia Simon wearing nothing but YSL’s new line of glasses and shades, it’s a stunning way to highlight the collection. (still courtesy of Artlist)
Glen Luchford creates a moody black and white world for Clement Chabernaud to inhabit in the new Vogue Hommes International. As a handsome sailor on shore leave, Clement looks right at home in the gritty story that borrows from the cult classic Querelle; equal parts rakish and dashing in looks from Junya Watanabe, CdG and Bottega, Clement is a true charmer.