160g Relaunch

November 22nd, 2013 |Posted by victoria

As fashion increasingly embraces the Internet, the relaunch of French online magazine 160g, comes at the perfect time. 160g’s new creative and fashion director Benjamin Armand tells us: “My goal for the magazine is to use more video and gif images for the fashion story… Photos are still more important but almost all our fashion stories will have a little video clip/gif. I also want to have a full gif story in each issue.” Inspired by Japanese fashion and culture, this issue (which focuses mainly on men’s fashion this season) features quite an impressive lineup of male model talent, from Harry Goodwins to Fernando Cabral to hot cover face Sylvester Ulv Henriksen. The two covers are shot by Emmanuel Giraud, just one of the many talented up and coming photographers featured throughout the magazine.

Preview the Fall/Winter 13-14 issue below and see the full issue online next week.

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Photography –Emmanuel Giraud | Styling –Benjamin Armand | Model –Sylvester Ulv Henriksen | Hair – Jonathan Dadoun | Makeup – Vichika Yorn and Lorandy

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Photography –Urivaldo Lopez| Styling –Fleur Huynh | Model –Harry Goodwins | Grooming – Noemie Masselin

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Photography –Karine & Oliver | Styling –Benjamin Armand | Model –Simon Sabbah | Grooming– Karine Welter

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Photography –Lara Giliberto | Styling –Benoit Martinengo | Model –Alexander Ferrario and Pascal De Wolff | Hair – Jonathan Dadoun | Makeup – Aya Murai

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Photography –Ricardo Abrahao | Styling –Mehdi Polan Mahour | Model –Fernando Cabral | Makeup – Leslie Dumeix

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Photography –Audrey Krawczk | Styling –Fleur Huynh | Model –Samantha (Evidence Agency) | Hair – Raphael Mariage | Makeup – Vichika Yorn

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First Look: DSECTION + Givenchy

October 25th, 2013 |Posted by models.com

DSECTION Magazine presents us with a Givenchy exclusive straight from the mastermind behind the brand itself, none other than Riccardo Tisci. In “The New Ethnic” by Mariano Vivanco, Tisci carefully selects his favorite Latin American and African inspired looks from his S/S 14 collection to bring us the fierce cover story below. DSection + Givenchy? Luxury menswear at its best.

Models: Betty Adewole, Ivan Gonzales, Harry Goodwins, Jibril, Emil, Andy Walters, and Marcus Parkin | Creative Direction: Paulo De Amorim Meixedo | Fashion: Paolo Zagoreo | Casting: Paul Isaac | Hair: James Brown | Makeup: Zoe Taylor | Set Design: Trish Stephenson

Text By Victoria Perillo

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First Look: Glass

April 2nd, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

With each issue Glass Magazine chicly presents the season’s key trends while providing a wealth of information. For their 3rd anniversary, the publication looks to peace creating an issue filled with colorful, harmonious imagery. Xiao Wen Ju, Coco Rocha and Anais Pouliot grace three uniquely appealing covers united by their clean design and beauty. The accompanying editorials are fresh and dynamic, from posing queen Coco giving her all in a richly hued beauty story, to Anais’ seductive turn and Xiao Wen’s innate cuteness – peer inside the latest issue of Glass for all that and then some.

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Ph. Chris Craymer | Fashion Editor | Sarah Cobb | Model Xiao Wen Ju


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Ph. Mark Shearwood | Fashion Editor - David Nolan | Model – Karl Morrall


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Ph. Chad Pickard & Paul McLean | Fashion Editor - David Nolan | Model - Harry Goodwins


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Ph. Jason Hetherington | Beauty Director – Kim Brown | Model - Coco Rocha


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Ph. Bojana Tatarska | Fashion Editor - Nicola Kavanagh | Model - Anais Pouliot


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Ph. Damon Heath | Fashion Editor – Michelle Duguid | Model - Anmari Botha

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First Look: F***king Young!

November 1st, 2012 |Posted by Betty

After three years online, the popular Barcelona based website Fucking Young goes print for the first time ever for Fall 2012 with a new biannual men’s glossy art directed by the super cool Folch Studio. Focusing on “The Blonde” and featuring artwork/editorials/interviews with golden tressed artists and flaxen haired faces like Harry Goodwins,Vladimir IvanovPaul Boche, Shaun Ross and cover boy Sebastian Sauvé, Fucking Young looks to be a new must read for men’s fashion fanatics. (Preorder now here)


Sebastian Sauvé by JM Ferrater, with art direction by Jotaeme and styling by Laura Alcalde


Photography and art direction by Saty + Pratha. Styling by Lu Philippe Guilmette. Models: Felix at Dulcedo, Max Hart Barnwell, Nelson at Folio and Oliver S-L at Montage.


Giovanni L. Bassan by Alice Rosati


Artist Carles Congost


Paul Boche illustrated by Mario Gonzalez


Shaun Ross illustrated by Mario Gonzalez

Harry Goodwins, Sebastian Sauvé, Vladimir Ivanov by Saverio Cardia, styling by Lucio Colapietro

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The Newest

May 2nd, 2012 |Posted by Betty

Much ado is made of the so called “end of printed magazines” but new ones continually come onto the scene determined to become the next buzzed about style bible. We spoke with Matteo Greco, fashion editor and now editor in chief and fashion director of a dandy new Italy based men’s mag named, “The Greatest“.


Simone Nobili by Giuseppe Gasparin. Stylist: Elisa Anastasino

MDC: How did you decide on the name of the magazine?
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: We decided on “The Greatest” because we wanted an epic name. When in September 2011 we started working on the magazine the team and I were always thinking about the name, that we wanted it to be very strong. One day while I was working on 300 problems to be solved and I was thinking about that “the really strong name”, out came … The Greatest. When I proposed it to the others, they all were happy and I’m very proud of it now.


Andrey Smidl by Stefano Viti, stylist: Matteo Greco


Theo Hall by Francesco Brigida, stylist: Enrico Maria Volonté

MDC: What do you hope will set it apart from other men’s publications?
Matteo
: In my opinion we have nothing less and nothing more than other publications. We are just different. I believe our magazine’s strength stands in our team: all talents who work for The Greatest #1 are so young. I’m 25, the creative directors and the art director are less than 30, the fashion coordinator is 23 and our editor is 28. There’s not many magazines with a team so young. We tried to represent our kind of man, elegant and sophisticated. The magazine is different from others in that we don’t have fashion news or long and boring articles. The articles that are in there for this issue have the main theme as “Il Mediterraneo” (The Mediterranean”).


Diego Fragoso by Dario Salomone, stylist: Francesco Casarotto

MDC: We see that you interview 2 rising Italian designers and that many of the teams that worked on the stories are Italian? Will that be a focus or is that just for this issue?
Matteo:
Fabio Quaranta and Christian Pellizzari are two rising stars. I really love them because they have a beautiful sartorialist cut and their work is always elegant, young and cool. And they are Italian. I love that the most. We wanted to explain that in our country you can find very talented young designers, photographers, stylists and other people really great in their work. We are young and we all work a lot, mostly without budget. So yes, I focused the magazine on the Italian culture.


Janis Ancens by Massimo Pamparana, stylist Matteo Greco


Harry Goodwins by Dario Salamone, stylist: Matteo Greco

MDC: Why Simone Nobili as a choice for the cover model?
Matteo
: Simone is such a nice guy. I really like him. He has a beautiful face, and perfect body. He’s Italian and he looks like a 50’s or 60’s Italian actor or musician like Marcello Mastroianni or Luigi Tenco. He has something so classical and yet something so modern. He’s a rising star, he did Dolce & Gabbana and Givenchy S/S 12 campaigns and he’s working a lot. When Giuseppe Gasparin sent me the pictures of the shooting, I looked at the portrait and I immediately called Elisa Anastasino saying “Good job! You have the cover. I love this shoot”.


Simone Nobili by Giuseppe Gasparin, stylist: Elisa Anastasino

Check out The Greatest’ fashion film directed by Francesco Brigida and Michele Brandstetter de Bellesini starring Tomek Szczukiecki

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Bits & Bytes: The Next Gen

November 2nd, 2011 |Posted by Betty


Only in fashion can a boy in Ksubi shorts hang out with a girl dressed in a Burberry coat. Love this story by Thomas Cooksey for Contributing Editor, styled by Kim Howells for Contributing Editor. With the amazing Harry Goodwins and Stephanie Rad.

Who doesn’t love Azzedine Alaïa? Well, we know one editrix who doesn’t but everyone else certainly does. Read his interview with Style.com’s Dirk Standen.

Artist Jirka Väätäinen recreates Disney princesses. Who thinks Sleeping Beauty looks like Lara Stone meets Emily Baker?

One of our favorite runway coaches, Mac Folkes creates this really cool magazine that shows us why print is still so very viable.

Watch former Prada campaign face, Rasa Zukauskaite tongue twisting in her native Lithuanian.

Obsessed with Florence Welch and her work with Chanel. Watch the backstage video of the S/S 12 show with Florence’s amazing voice.

In the 80′s and 90′s Carré Otis was one of the original supermodels. Her new book, Beauty Disrupted,  details her battles with anorexia, drug addiction, violence, suicide, domestic violence and rape by the owner of her agency, Gerald Marie. I hope that other models will not have to face the same sad and tragic events Carré dealt with.

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Mystery Men

August 1st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

You can never have enough male models looking suave, thankfully VMan understands that. Not only are there two phenomenal new faces on the cover of the mag’s Archetypes issue, inside you’ll find all your favorites like Salieu Jalloh, Clement Chabernaud, Lenz von Johnston, Harry Goodwins, Paul Boche and Jacob Coupe in a gorgeous, mystery themed story by Josh Olins. With a lineup of fall’s best capes, trenches, jackets and coats, selected by Clare Richardson the story brings out the stylish sleuth in each of these charmers.

HAIR Shon GROOMING Maki Ryoke PRODUCTION Betty Kim

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New Directions

July 19th, 2011 |Posted by Betty

Citizen K Homme and Harley Weir and stylist Jerome Andre present a striking portfolio of the season’s best fall fashions from Kris Van Assche, Louis Vuitton and 3.1 Phillip Lim, on the brightest young Brits on the scene. Fall’s just around the corner!


Timothy Kelleher


Harry Goodwins


Charlie Timms


New face Harry Uzoka


Tom Lander and Timothy Kelleher


Jamie Wise


Tom Lander

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