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First Look: The Greatest Fall 2013

October 9th, 2013 |Posted by models.com

We can always expect a great issue to come from biannual men’s fashion magazine, The Greatest Magazine. The Italian magazine’s latest film features Andre Bona in an eerie all-red film, making a trek through a snow-covered mountain on an unknown journey, lost and lonely, in fabulous Dolce & Gabbana menswear, of course. The rest of the issue is filled with the pristine editorials we’ve come to expect from the young magazine. Whether in studio or on location, the latest and greatest men’s faces and fashion are sure to be featured in the stylish biannaual.

Text By Victoria Perillo

The Greatest Fashion Film #5 from The Greatest Magazine on Vimeo.

Director: Luca de Santis, Director of photography: Francesco Brigida, Fashion Editor: Matteo Greco

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Bastiaan Van Gaalen, Benoni Loos, Christian Garcia, Frederik Meijnen, Patrick Kafka and Rodolphe Zanforlini by Francesco Brigida, fashion editor: Matteo Greco

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Duco Ferwerda and Nicolas Hagius by Paolo Zerbini, fashion editor: Matteo Greco

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Arthur Gosse by Lowe Seger, fashion editor: Gaelle Bon

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Matvey Lykov by Alessandro Dal Buoni, fashion editor: Matteo Greco

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Harry Curran and Karlis Adlers by Sybille Walters, fashion editor: Samuel Drira

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Bastian by Francesco Brigida

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First Look: The Greatest

April 12th, 2013 |Posted by models.com

Take a glimpse of the newest issue of The Greatest Magazine with minimalistic spreads of the season’s most coveted looks. The Italian magazine’s third issue, focusing on the theme of “Water”; features Paolo Zerbini shooting Tomek Szczukiecki for the cover (who’s shorn of his signature long locks). Some of the best new faces of the season are featured in staple pieces from the latest Spring Summer collections of Maison Martin Margiela, Jil Sander, Kenzo and more. Interviews with designers Andrea Incontri and Alessandro Sartori (the art director of Berluti) and an evocative fashion film (below, directed by Francesco Brigida) round out an issue overflowing with fresh and modern images, proving that minimal sometimes has a maximal effect. (Text by Kianna Alexander)

The Greatest Fashion Film #4 from The Greatest Magazine on Vimeo.

Models Stefan Knezevic and Susanna, directed by Francesco Brigida, all fashion: Les Hommes, styling: Matteo Greco, hair: Armando Cherillo, makeup: Mary Cesardi

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Tomek Szczukiecki by Paolo Zerbini, fashion: Matteo Greco, grooming by Valentino Perini

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Alexander Ferrario by Stefania Paparelli, fashion: Matteo Greco, Hair Dora Roberti, makeup Giorgia Pambianchi

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Sergio Fonseca, Stefan Knezevic, James Gatenby by Cristina Capucci, fashion: Carlo Ortenzi

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Chris Beek by Alessandro Dal Buoni, fashion: Claudia Carretti

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Alessandro Sartori by Luca di Santis

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Andreas Brunnhage by Francesco Brigida, fashion: Luca Roscini

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Taylor Cowan by Alessio Bolzoni, fashion: Matteo Greco

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Rafa Bodgar by Lowe Seger, fashion: Diane Boulenger, grooming: Javier Palacio

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Modesty

August 10th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Dansk‘s vision for fall is minimal, modern and utterly sleek, their September cover by Henrik Bulow features Caroline Brasch Nielsen, looking icy in a slate grey shift by Danish label Spon Diogo. The barely there tagline of ‘modesty’ hints at an unostentatious and stripped down look, but the images inside are just as lush and vibrant as we’ve come to expect from Dansk; Charlie France‘s elegant shoot with Lowe Seger and Missy Rayder‘s sexy pics styled by Joanne Blades, being standouts.

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