L’Officiel Hommes Italia

September 18th, 2014 |Posted by jonathanshia

L’Officiel Hommes Italia packs in the star power for its Fall 2014 issue, celebrating five gorgeous and innovative years in the business with three covers, two featuring supermodels Mathias Lauridsenn and Vincent LaCrocq, and the third with Hunger Games star Sam Claflin. The pages within are packed with the best of Fall fashion, with over seventy-five models—each given one page and one page only to himself—in a brilliant tour de force by casting director Alexandra Sandberg. The biggest names like RJ Rogenski, Alex Lundqvist, and Werner Schreyer can be seen alongside the new guard—from Adam Butcher and Alexander Beck to Tim Schuhmacher and Tommaso de Benedictis—and the brightest new faces, like Sang Woo Kim, Rhys Pickering, and Matthew Holt. Pick up the latest issue, out today, to see them all, and take a look at our exclusive preview below.

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The Weavers of Lim

May 12th, 2011 |Posted by jonathanshia

Fashion videos are a dime a dozen these days, but leave it to 3.1 Phillip Lim to really do it right. The label’s new video “Weavers“, shot in Palm Springs, presents the stark, graphic F/W 2011 men’s collection against the blank, imposing surfaces of the desert town’s California modernist architecture. Directed by Andrew Paynter with a propulsive soundtrack from Sebastien Perrin, the film features RJ King, Miles Frank, and new face Craig (all cast by Daniel Peddle) striding across vacant parking lots and along sun-bleached stone walls with heroic purpose.

The short feels like a natural progression from Lim’s January presentation in Paris, all sharp lines and clean minimalism. The video, as Lim explained on Nowness.com, where it had its premiere yesterday, is an “attempt to capture that experience of seeing someone in snatches,” a reflection of the fragmented nature of contemporary life and unifying power . “It’s just three strangers going about their day. They cross paths, and feel a kindred spirit because of the way they dress.” (story by Jonathan Shia)


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To see the full film, go to Nowness.com. Images courtesy of Nowness.

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