Well-Suited

March 12th, 2015 |Posted by Irene Ojo-Felix

Inspired by the independent thinkers of the world, Suited Magazine’s inaugural issue champions the free spirits in the fashion industry that stand to make a change in how we consume our content. With crisp, black and white photography capturing subjects from Street Etiquette’s Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs, who use fashion as a topic starter for cultural events to Steven Cox & Daniel Silver for Duckie Brown and their boundary-pushing, offbeat menswear collections, Suited stands as a great example of individuality and self-expression. The whole issue, cast by Julia Samersova, is exemplified in the fashion story with South Sudanese models, Nykhor Paul, Atong Ajork, Mari Malek, & Mari Agory who use their fashion platform to inspire peace in their home country. Well-suited indeed.

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Atong Ajork and Nykhor Paul by Paul Jung, styling by Jessica Willis, art direction by Hassan Rahim

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Sarah Abney, Nicholas Costa by Conan Thai, styling by Ashley Owens

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Victoria Anderson by Paul Jung, styling by Melita Baumeister, Timothy Baga

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Luke James by Steven Yatsko, styling by Kyle Luu

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Bhumika Arora by Steven Yatsko, styling by Kyle Luu

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Armando Cabral by Evan Browning, styling by Ashley Owens

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Nykhor Paul, Atong Ajork, Mari Agory, Mari Malek by Paul Jung, styling by Jessica Willis

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Bianca Gittens by Evan Browning, styling by Ashley Owens

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Sanna Backstrom by Adam Katz Sinding (See Management) in Rad Hourani, styling by Adrian Manuel and Timothy Baga

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Get Lucky

June 4th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

Daft Punk’s ‘Get Lucky’ has been inescapable since its release, but the CFDA found a way to put a new spin on the song of the summer. In celebration of this year’s menswear designer of the year nominees, the CFDA enlisted a spirited group of male models to sing along to the popular hit while dressed in cutting edge fashions from Thom Browne, Michael Bastian and Duckie Brown. The quirky clip provides a showcase for some of the most exciting names in menswear and puts a whole new spin on the boyband concept.

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