Seven For Spring

April 29th, 2015 |Posted by jonathanshia

British men’s biannual Seventh Man Magazine celebrates the arrival of spring this week with their latest issue, featuring a cheery Jon Kortajarena winking from the cover. He shows off his dance moves in a story within by Lawrence Thomas, dressed in vibrant prints by Dean Hau. The editor-in-chief Hau also photographs and styles Mariano Ontañon in a vivid feature, while John-Paul Pietrus brings a dark, moody Seventies vibe in his story. Michael Morgan and Jace Moody play with pups and Charlie Ayres Taylor and Jack Mather showcase Yohji Yamamoto’s menswear. Profiles of a clutch of rising British actors, including Russell Tovey and Matthew Beard—just nominated for a Tony for his work in Skylight—round out the issue, which also asks, in a feature spotlighting the season’s quirkiest pieces, “Who wants to be normal anyway?” Take a look at an exclusive preview of the new issue, out this week, below.

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World Cup

May 30th, 2014 |Posted by jonathanshia

Made in Brazil Magazine has always been the go-to resource for the best and brightest Brazilian models, and the magazine expands its horizons with its latest edition. Labeled as the “International Issue,” the new magazine offers up a continent-spanning study of some of the most important faces in the industry today, kicked off by the four cover boys: the Argentine Mariano Ontañon, the Brit Arran Sly, the German Thorben Gartner, and the American Chris Moore. Every continent—save, of course, Antarctica—is represented within, from the Australian Joel Meacock and a heavy South American contingent to Matthew Brookes (D + V Management )’ beautiful feature shot in the desert outside Marrakech.

Several of the most promising new faces, from Harvey James and John Todd to Matt Mcglone and Ronald Epps, take their place alongside some of the industry’s biggest names, from Garrett Neff and David Agbodji to Chad White and Tobias Sorensen, all of them captured in characteristically rich and striking photography by Milan Vukmirovic (De Facto), Cristiano Madureira, Greg Vaughan, Dean Isidro, and more. With this eighth issue, Made in Brazil proves it can widen its scope without losing its singular, coherent vision.

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Cover 1: Mariano Ontañon by Dean Isidro, styled by Michael Russo

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Cover 2: Mariano Ontañon, Chris Moore, Thorben Gartner, Arran Sly by Greg Vaughan, styled by David Vandewal, grooming by David von Cannon

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Joel Meacock, Mariano Ontañon, Ronald Epps, Travis SmithChris MooreThorben GartnerArran Sly by Greg Vaughan, styled by David Vandewal, grooming by David von Cannon

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Lucas Muller by Cristiano Madureira, styled by Giuliano Menegazzo

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Mariano by Dean Isidro, styled by Michael Russo

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John ToddHarvey James, Matt Mcglone by Neal Franc, styled by Christian Stroble (Walter Schupfer Management)

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Raphael Cesana by Greg Vaughan

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Juan Betancourt by Gorka Postigo, styled by Nirave Sanchez

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Ross Hindmarch by Steeve Beckouet, styled by Frank Strachan

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By Matthew Brookes (D + V Management ), styled by Christian Stroble (Walter Schupfer Management)

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Garrett Neff, Jae Yoo, David Agbodji, Chad White, Tobias Sorensen by Milan Vukmirovic (De Facto), styled by Matthew Marden

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