A Witty Vision

May 28th, 2014 |Posted by jonathanshia

Carbon Copy, the cheeky little brother of the unconventional British menswear magazine Client, celebrates its fourth birthday this year, and the latest issue shows some signs of growing up. The nineteenth edition, out this week, comes with a choice of five striking covers, featuring industry favorites Baptiste Radufe, Charlie France, Demy Matzen, and Matvey Lykov along with new face Rhys Pickering, all photographed by Misha Taylor dressed in smooth suiting by Marc Piña. Carbon Copy moves further away from the clean black-and-white purity of Client, with youthful, colorful stories and a new high-grade printing process. The issue demonstrates a witty vision and playful aesthetic, contrasting an evocatively washed-out feature of summer brights with classically elegant portraiture in the main feature “Body Language,” which comes with a sleek accompanying film. Editor-in-chief Ian Cole offers up a faded study of streetwise youth, the final word on an issue packed with the new. There is plenty of variety on offer, but the through line remains, as always, an emphasis on classic imagery, tinted, here, with the brightest shades of young energy.

Carbon Copy #19 Body Language from CLIENT TV on Vimeo.





Baptiste, Demy, Charlie, Rhys Pickering, Matvey Lykov by Misha Taylor, styled by Marc Pina, art directed by Daniel Rull


Rafa Bodgar, River Viiperi by Misha Taylor, styled by Marc Piña

Corentin Renault by Luciano Insua


Andre Bona by Karl Simone

Jason Anthony by Christoph Köstlin styled by Rene Gloor


David Burgos, Adonis Bosso by Idris & Tony, styled by Kareem James

Joey Kirchner by Joseph Lally, styled by Matthew Ellenberger

Danny Oliver by Ian Cole

Nick Rea by Matthew Stansfield

Posted in: boys

Beauty Rebel

August 20th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

We love a magazine with a distinctive point of view and brand new biannual Beauty Rebel, is as distinctive as it gets. With a focus on all things beauty and the endless allure of cosmetics, stunning makeup and amazing hair, the glossy rejects overly photoshopped imagery in favor of the glamour of the 70s, 80s and even the 90s supermodel era. Who better to appear on the cover than ultimate fashion rebel, Daphne Guinness, who pays tribute to another legend, the late, great Hedy Lamarr.

Inside an array of beauty centric content from behind the scenes shots of top models, to fresh editorials featuring inventive hair and makeup is certain to delight.

Daphne Guinness by Joseph Lally, makeup by Kabuki

Daphne Guinness by Joe Lally

Ulyanna & Nina by  Lena Kholkina

Ellie Weston by  Alexandre Valerio

Amanda Queiroz by Simon

Sophie Pomfrett by Ian Cole

Tiara by Joseph Sinclair

Kimberly Wyatt by Joseph Sinclair

Lindsey Wixson and Kelly Mittendorf by Barbara Anastacio

Idina Moncreiffe by Ian Cole

Posted in: General news

Client #1

July 9th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

Patrick Kafka by Sam Scott Schiavo Client #1, Summer 2010.

Who says print is dead? Joining the busy visual landscape is CLIENT, the new project from the team at Supplementaire. CLIENT focuses on “male models, lads and menswear” combining beautiful imagery with a slightly irreverent, tongue in cheek view of the world. 150 pages, only in black and white, Client ships at the end of July. Even better, Client will have teaser pages available online at Other Edition to entice you into its world. Editor in chief Ian Cole describes it as “an old grainy scrapbook with an exploration on youth and masculinity”. Gorgeous young men with clothes and without? We’re so there.

Check out the CLIENT site now.

Patrick by Sam

Justin H at Major by Joseph Lally

Stephan R at Mother Agency Vienna by Sam

Brian Shimansky by Ian Cole

Matt B at Major by Joe

Posted in: General news

Prints Charming

March 16th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Taylor Fuchs‘ makes everything look good, a fact that his latest story in GQ Style confirms. Dressed in a wide array of colorful prints and patterns Taylor manages to look rakish and completely at ease. The vibrant Joseph Lally editorial with its eclectic styling and unique look adds a layer of geek chic to Fuchs’ typically sexy appeal.

Posted in: General news