All in the Details

August 11th, 2015 |Posted by steven.yatsko

We called it a casting coup when Details assembled ten top models for the cover of their March 2014 issue, but they’ve outdone themselves for Fall, with a grand total of thirty-one outstanding faces appearing on the front of the new September issue out today. Longtime favorites like Brad Kroenig, Mark Vanderloo, Gabriel Aubry, Tyson Ballou, and Will Chalker are joined by newer faces, from Clark Bockelman and Daisuke Ueda to Arthur Gosse and Jackson Hale, photographed by Mark Seliger and all dressed in Calvin Klein’s different lines by Matthew Marden, with casting by Edward Kim. The accompanying feature within shows off the wide range of options for Fall, from slick suiting to sharp sportswear. Chalker proves his enduring appeal with a solo feature in sophisticated suits photographed by Greg Kadel and styled by Bill Mullen, while photographer Michael Schmelling and stylist Annie Psaltiras take on the season’s edgy knits in an athletic feature starring pro skaters Christian Hosoi and Haden McKenna. And Fall may be the season of colder temperatures and cloudy skies, but to prove it’s not all gloomy weather, Christopher Griffith and Marden celebrate the brighter side in an editorial starring Abiah Hostvedt and Kendall Harrison in vibrant outerwear. Take a look at our preview of the new issue below.

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Photographer Mark Seliger (Management + Artists) / Stylist Matthew Marden (De Facto) / Casting Edward Kim
Models  Adrien SahoresAlex LundqvistArmando CabralArthur GosseArthur KulkovBrad KroenigClark Bockelman Clement ChabernaudDaisuke UedaDavid AgbodjiGabriel AubryGarrett NeffHamid OnifadeJackson HaleJanis AncensJarrod ScottJason ShawJohn HallsJon Kortajarena, Julien Hedquist, Mark VanderlooMathias LauridsenNicolas Ripoll
Noah MillsRJ KingRJ RogenskiSean O’PrySimon NessmanTyson BallouVincent LaCrocq and Will Chalker

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Will Chalker by Greg Kadel / Stylist Bill Mullen (Art + Commerce)


Christian Hosoi and Haden McKenna by Michael Schmelling / Stylist Annie Psaltiras



Abiah Hostvedt & Kendall Harrison by Christopher Griffith / Stylist Matthew Marden (De Facto)

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September 23rd, 2014 |Posted by jonathanshia

Fall 2014 is shaping up to be one of the most varied seasons in recent memory, at least if the latest issue of ODDA Magazine is anything to go by. The progressive fashion publication releases its new edition this week, celebrating the multifarious strands that have come together to create a sense of excitement and change for the coming months. Working off the theme of “Unrealism,” this seventh issue takes to task nothing less than the way we live in the world to today, constantly bombarded by a stream of changing images, pulling bits and pieces, like magpies, to construct our unified selves. ODDA gives us plenty to work with, starting with the dual covers, one featuring Stephanie Hall in a vibrant Prada coat photographed by Philip Meech, and the other a hazy Garrett Neff in a hazy multiple-exposure Polaroid by Jeremy Kost, whose provocative new book Fractured is also previewed within. The various visions keep on coming, from a dreamy look at Eden and an Alaïa special at the barre to an insightful Hussein Chalayan retrospective and an interview with Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, with beauty, hair, and even fragrance in between. The issue ends with a look ahead at Spring 2015, a reminder that, even in the swirl of the new, there is always something even newer.

ODDA 7 menswear cover copia

Garrett Neff by Jeremy Kost (Jed Root), styling by Matthew Marden (De Facto)

ODDA 7 womenswear cover copia

Stephanie Hall
Stephanie Hall by Philip Meech, styling by Hope von Joel

Anni Jurgenson, Aurelien Muller by An Le, styling by Matt Bidgoli

Preview Dries Van Noten ss15
Alexander Ferrario by Sy Delorme, styling by Yasmina Benabdelkrim, set by Kaduri Elyashar

Lida Fox by Alice Rosati, styling by Yasmina Benabdelkrim & set by Kaduri Elyashar


Dolce & Gabbana

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World Cup

May 30th, 2014 |Posted by jonathanshia

Made in Brazil Magazine has always been the go-to resource for the best and brightest Brazilian models, and the magazine expands its horizons with its latest edition. Labeled as the “International Issue,” the new magazine offers up a continent-spanning study of some of the most important faces in the industry today, kicked off by the four cover boys: the Argentine Mariano Ontañon, the Brit Arran Sly, the German Thorben Gartner, and the American Chris Moore. Every continent—save, of course, Antarctica—is represented within, from the Australian Joel Meacock and a heavy South American contingent to Matthew Brookes (D + V Management )’ beautiful feature shot in the desert outside Marrakech.

Several of the most promising new faces, from Harvey James and John Todd to Matt Mcglone and Ronald Epps, take their place alongside some of the industry’s biggest names, from Garrett Neff and David Agbodji to Chad White and Tobias Sorensen, all of them captured in characteristically rich and striking photography by Milan Vukmirovic (De Facto), Cristiano Madureira, Greg Vaughan, Dean Isidro, and more. With this eighth issue, Made in Brazil proves it can widen its scope without losing its singular, coherent vision.

Cover 1: Mariano Ontañon by Dean Isidro, styled by Michael Russo

Cover 2: Mariano Ontañon, Chris Moore, Thorben Gartner, Arran Sly by Greg Vaughan, styled by David Vandewal, grooming by David von Cannon


Joel Meacock, Mariano Ontañon, Ronald Epps, Travis SmithChris MooreThorben GartnerArran Sly by Greg Vaughan, styled by David Vandewal, grooming by David von Cannon

Lucas Muller by Cristiano Madureira, styled by Giuliano Menegazzo


Mariano by Dean Isidro, styled by Michael Russo


John ToddHarvey James, Matt Mcglone by Neal Franc, styled by Christian Stroble (Walter Schupfer Management)

Raphael Cesana by Greg Vaughan

Juan Betancourt by Gorka Postigo, styled by Nirave Sanchez

Ross Hindmarch by Steeve Beckouet, styled by Frank Strachan

By Matthew Brookes (D + V Management ), styled by Christian Stroble (Walter Schupfer Management)





Garrett Neff, Jae Yoo, David Agbodji, Chad White, Tobias Sorensen by Milan Vukmirovic (De Facto), styled by Matthew Marden

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First Look: Details’ Supermodels

February 4th, 2014 |Posted by jonathanshia

The big March issues are making their way onto newsstands this week, and now Details has entered the fray with a guaranteed winner. Those who complain about the dearth of models on magazine covers will surely be cheered by the sight of not one, not two, not even three, but ten of today’s biggest superstars shot by celebrity photographer Mark Seliger (New York: Management + Artists, Paris: Management + Artists). Casting director Edward Kim gathered Garrett Neff, Clement Chabernaud, Noah Mills, Tyson Ballou, RJ Rogenski, Andres Velencoso Segura, Mathias Lauridsen, Arthur Kulkov, Simon Nessman, and Sean O’Pry for an iconic group shot that expands across a triple fold out. Dressed by Benjamin Sturgill, the ten are shown in some of spring’s sharpest pieces, and the accompanying feature within finds them surrounded by the buzzing lights of a classic New York night. Vanity Fair can have Julia Roberts and George Clooney; we’ll take these guys any day. (Images exclusively for courtesy of Details, for video and more, go to







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Mr. Fantastic

November 7th, 2013 |Posted by

One of our favorite men’s style bibles, Fantastic Man, has a massive 65 page story in the latest issue shot by Collier Schorr. Styled Jodie Barnes and cast by Daniel Peddle, the story is a glorious melange of fascinating faces; from modeling staples like Ollie Edwards, Garrett Neff and Diana Moldovan to fitness model Alex Frekey to newer faces like former pro basketball player Broderick Hunter and Branden Kennedy.

See some of our favorite images and faces below; for more images check out the story in the database

Broderick Hunter

Ollie Edwards

Nicola Wincenc

Alex Frekey

Jules Hamilton

Branden Kennedy

Diana Moldovan

Garrett Neff

Jae Yoo

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The Biz : The Week That Was

April 26th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle


John Galliano and Eva Green by Ellen von Unwerth

Who better to teach young designers about the ups and downs of the business than a true fashion veteran, former Dior creative director John Galliano is set to teach a Master Class at Parsons . The series, cheekily entitled ‘Show Me Emotion’ “seeks to engage its participants by provoking the power of emotion in context of fashion practice and exploration of intuitive, perceptive manners of investigational making.” Sounds like a fascinating opportunity for the students lucky enough to gain entrance. / LUCKY


Cara Delevingne in Quentin Jones (Cadence New York)’s short film for Punk Stories

In the weeks leading up to the Met Gala Vogue and punk are becoming increasingly interwined. Case in point, the magazine’s newly launched ‘Punk Stories’ film series. Enlisting a new female director each week to create a cutting-edge fashion film centered on the theme of punk the films provide a sophisticated and luxurious take on the DIY down and dirty ethos of punk. Already they’ve had Cara Delevingne rocking out in a kinetic film by Quentin Jones (Cadence New York) that capitalizes on Cara’s larger than life personality and the rock n’roll spirit of punk’s evolution. The week prior Dree Hemingway mixed punk with New Wave glam in Mary Nighy’s soulful short.


Bisutti with fellow contest winner, Jamie Lee backstage at the 2009 VS show – image by Betty Sze

Victoria’s Secret lashes back at former contest winner, Kylie Bisutti whose interviews regarding her forthcoming book have sent shockwaves through the blog-o-sphere. In an official statement the mega-brand denied Ms. Bisutti had ever been in the running for Angel status and said the following:

“Ms. Bisutti has made numerous fabrications and misstatements of fact regarding her brief association with Victoria’s Secret. In 2009, Ms. Bisutti won an online amateur modeling competition and hasn’t worked for us since that year. The prize for the winning contestant was the unique opportunity to a one-time walk in the 2009 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. Ms. Bisutti also participated in a swim photo shoot in 2009. That was the extent of Ms. Bisutti’s involvement with Victoria’s Secret. She was never a Victoria’s Secret “Angel” as defined by the terms of our Angel model contract. And contrary to Ms. Bisutti’s claims, she was never offered any subsequent modeling contracts or opportunities with Victoria’s Secret despite her multiple appeals for further work. She has repeatedly fabricated her work experience with Victoria’s Secret – including a relationship that simply did not exist.


Reed Krakoff by Robbie Fimmano

In other designer news, Reed Krakoff Exits Coach after 16 years. Krakoff will step down from his position as president and executive creative director in 2014, to focus exclusively on his eponymous luxury line. Krakoff’s utilitarian designs and style savvy helped bring Coach into the present and revitalized the brand’s aesthetic. Coach is looking for a replacement to take the reigns once Krakoff leaves, but a name has yet to be announced.  / WWD


Models backstage at Vera Wang’s bridal show, go backstage on Vera Unveiled.

Think fashion week is only twice a year? Think again – we’re in the midst of Bridal Week 2014, with big name labels like Vera Wang, Oscar de la Renta and Marchesa showcasing their vision for brides, partygoers and anyone else inclined to wear a gown. Unexpected trends seen so far? Stark black and sleek leather gloves at Vera and hints of pastel peeking up at Oscar. / WWD


A glimpse at Elbaz’s Lancome line and his drawings on the iconic Lancome packaging

Beauty collaborations are booming, the latest (and possibly the chicest) is Alber Elbaz x Lancome, a beautiful and lighthearted take on designer cosmetics. Preview Alber Elbaz’s Lancome Collection and find out why he thinks happiness is the essence of true luxury. / STYLE


Alexander Skarsgard by Steven Klein for the latest Calvin Klein fragrance ads

Who would consumers rather see staring back at you from a perfume ad – Garrett Neff or Garrett Hedlund? The answer may surprise you – seems Hollywood actors are the latest to delve into the perfume game and Actors Are Replacing Male Models in the latest fragrance campaigns.  / NY TIMES

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Holiday Magic

November 30th, 2012 |Posted by Betty

Sean O’Pry
Garrett Neff
Rob Evans

The sexy stars of DSECTION Magazine‘s first-anniversary issue shine in some of winter’s boldest pieces by Givenchy, Galliano and Dolce & Gabbana. Arnaldo Anaya Lucca’s richly colored images perfectly showcase Sean O’Pry and new face Estee Rammant. With the holidays coming up, it’s a festive way to ring in the new year.

Sean and Estee Rammant by Arnaldo Anaya Lucca (De Facto), styling by Joseph Episcopo

Rob Evans by Jack Waterlot, styling by Fleur Huynh

Luis Borges and Kim Kraglund by Frederico Martins, styling by Fernando Bastos Pereira

Garrett Neff by Renie Saliba, styling by Joseph Episcopo

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Eye Candy

November 8th, 2012 |Posted by Betty

It’s no secret that the 1-2 punch of Hurricane Sandy and the intensity of the U.S elections has the New York and the surrounding regions reeling. While it’s incredibly important to help out the people still ravaged by the storm (including those in countries as far away as Haiti), sometimes it’s ok to just take a deep breath and a bit of a mental break. For your viewing pleasure is the exclusive behind the scenes video of August Man Malaysia‘s November cover shoot by Chiun-Kai Shih of male supers Alex Lundqvist, Garrett Neff and Zhao Lei for a special issue on male modeling. Let’s just say the combination of 6 packs, killer cheekbones and smoldering glances is enough to brighten for just a moment the snowy, grey New York day.

Fans of the girls? Not to worry, check out our Instagram coverage of the Victoria’s Secret show.

Video by Justin Violini

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