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Homme Goods

March 14th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Sean O’Pry.
David Sims.
Vogue Hommes International.

The iconic men’s publication rediscovers the power of having a model on its cover – sure we would have liked to see a corresponding editorial, but when you’ve got Sean, Sims & some white on white styling courtesy of Beat Bolliger you don’t need anything more.

Meanwhile on Vogue Hommes Japan, a male model dream team shot by Terry Richardson makes the cover. Allen Taylor, Dae Na, Justin Halley and the stunning Stenmark twins (Jordan & Zac) wear matching tuxes in the sleek shot styled by Nicola Formichetti.

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Freak Flag

August 29th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Sølve Sundsbø creates a stark reality for VMan viewers in the latest edition, with an inspired story featuring the talents of Beat Bolliger. Masks, studs, spikes and are paired with pieces from Bottega Veneta, Givenchy and Ann Demeulemeester, to create a look that is striking and at times surreal. Jacob Coupe pulls it all off with an effortless cool that makes even the most outlandish outfits look easy. For even more Solve goodness check out the Archetypes issue when it hits newsstands September 1st!

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Black Magic

May 12th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Sui He captures the grace and power of influential Japanese dancer Kazuo Ohno, in V Magazine‘s Asia Issue. Shot by Glen Luchford and styled by Beat Bolliger, the stark story features minimalist runway looks and dramatic hair and makeup by Lucia Pieroni and Eugene Souleiman. Each element of the story calls to mind Ohno’s legendary stage presence presence and Sui He’s skillful posing, even calls to mind Butoh performance in some shots.

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Stone Cold Fox

February 25th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Joan Smalls channels Pam Grier’s timeless allure in a new story by Alasdair McLellan for V. Dressed in Spring’s 70s influenced styles, chosen by Beat Bolliger, Joan looks cool, collected and sexy as ever.

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August 16th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

V Magazine pays tribute to the original cool girl, Stella Tennant with a David Sims portfolio of Stella looking as quirky and aristocratic as ever. The veteran supermodel is still as fascinating as the day she debuted and Sims’ black and white shots give her every opportunity to show her personality and versatility. Beat Bolliger‘s always impressive styling shines yet again, check out the backwards Vuitton dress in the first shot!

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August 9th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

V’s fall fashion extravaganza is dedicated to the city of New York and it kicks off to a great start with Alasdair McLellan‘s portfolio of fashion’s inspired by the effortlessly cool look of the East Village. Styled by Beat Bolliger and shot right on Saint Mark’s Place, the shoot features combat boots, chunky silver jewelry and a whole lot of layering to create a look that is a surprisingly luxe blend of punk and grunge. Who better to embody the edgy feel of the story than Agyness Deyn? The trendsetting model (and East Village resident) is back and better than ever. With her blonde buzzcut and tribal inspired makeup, Agyness looks like a young Sinéad O’Connor.

Check out the full story when V67, The New York Issue hits newsstands.

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Bits & Bytes: The Face

March 19th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

To go along with our Kate Moss post on her enduring beauty, is the editorial on Sean O’Pry by David Sims. His perfect face is near legendary at this point which is perfect for the Ralph Lauren American heroes story boldly styled by Beat Bolliger. (pic courtesy of VNY, more pics see here)
Funny. Fashion Week Daily talks about fashion people who don’t “own” their own name.

Photographer Magnus Unnar talks to Interview Magazine

Karl Lagerfeld is alternately supremely witty/insightful and so out of touch in this Vice interview. That’s what makes him Kaiser Karl and why we’re always fascinated. You’ll also see how handsome he was (with a still shot of Karl in an Andy Warhol flick).

Swide interviews Maurilio Carnino for MTC Casting about the casting business. He talks about that infamous Donna Karan show where the lights fell on the audienc. We adore his new site for real people, A Streetcat named Desire.

The gorgeous Teresa Lourenco who we ran into last night, looks amazing as a pregnant mommy.

Remember the D&G supermodel fragrance ad with Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Tyson Ballou, etc? The Brazilian face in that ad Fernando Fernandes got into a tragic car crash and is paralyzed from the waist down. Look what he’s doing now.

Here’s a V Magazine update:
3 incredible videos of everyone’s favorite Raquel Zimmerman by Mario Sorrenti, Carolyn Murphy and gorgeous boy models by Sebastian Faena and Kirsten Dunst looking like an old time movie star by Mario Testino. Below the 2 V Man/Ford Models winners. Can’t wait to see the covers shot by Terry Richardson.


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The Debonair Man

October 22nd, 2008 |Posted by Betty

The face of Calvin Klein Body proves his editorial versatility with a shoot in the new V Man by Mario Testino, styled by Beat Bolliger. Sharp and sophisticated, stylish and suave, Garrett solidifies why he’s most wanted by the blue chip powers that be.

Ph: Mario Testino for VMan Winter 08/09, pics courtesy of Click

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