Anniversary Party

March 31st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Hercules celebrates its anniversary with an eye-popping 5 covers, featuring only the most handsome male models in existence. Andres, Emilio, Parker; they’re all here in all their glory, but incredible covers aren’t the only thing to be excited about. Inside you’ll find brand new editorials from fashion’s finest, featuring the cream of the menswear crop; be sure to pick up this issue – it is a must have!

Andres Velencoso Segura by Txema Yeste

Emilio Flores by Paola Kudacki

Travis Cannata by Mariano Vivanco

Nikola Jovanovic and Natasha Gorshkova by Greg Gex

Diego Fragoso by Giampaolo Sgura

James Penfold by Paola Kudacki

Parker Gregory by Giampaolo Sgura

Sebastiao Neto and Felipe Aniba by Doug Inglish

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Bits & Bytes: The Show Must Go On

March 4th, 2011 |Posted by Betty


All the members of Dior’s ateliers, at the end of the F/W 11 show. Image from Now Fashion, go there to view the entire Dior F/W 11 collection.

Cathy Horyn expounds on the final Dior show for John Galliano. Dior’s CEO, Sidney Toledano, addresses the issue with grace and class.

Take a peek at this video of industry insiders and who they think should succeed Galliano.

Nikola Jovanovic, debonair star of the 2 recent Gucci campaigns reveals a surprisingly cheeky and fun side in this candid interview. Read about his fun time on the Gucci set and who’s his favorite female model.

C’mon people, what’s going on? How come NY Fashion week was the whitest in years?

Hilarious cartoons about Anna Wintour.

We can never say it enough. We love Bill Cunningham. Take a look at the new documentary with a quote from Ms. Wintour.

Fascinating NY Times article on how the Hipstamatic app worked for this war photographer. Get ready for our upcoming Hipstamatic pics we took during NY fashion week.

Paulina Porizkova, one of our favorite models from the 80′s, writes for the Huffington Post on how modeling is a great job and shitty career. She tells it like it really is.

Once the guys head down the runway toward that bank of flashing cameras and flanked by hundreds of onlookers, all their personality and swagger, the confidence of being young, fit and exceptionally hot – poof. It’s gone.”   Did you miss this Washington Post article about male models? Certainly made us cackle.

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Special Additions

January 7th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Campaigns! More and more campaigns! You know you love them. Gucci gives us their signature sleek glamour with a Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott campaign starring Joan Smalls, Karmen Pedaru and Hailey Clauson, while Jimmy Choo goes for energetic shots of Crystal Renn by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. Meanwhile, Chanel keeps true to the house’s history of iconic muses by gathering a set of Lagerfeld favorites like Freja Beha Erichsen, Baptiste Giabiconi, Stella Tennant and Ines de la Fressange.

Joan Smalls, Karmen Pedaru & for Gucci
Also featuring Hailey Clauson, Gen Huismans & Nikola Jovanovic

Crystal Renn for Jimmy Choo


Freja Beha Erichsen, Stella Tennant & Baptiste Giabiconi for Chanel
Also featuring Ines de la Fressange

BONUS
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Take a look at Querelle Jansen‘s stunning campaign shot for Miu Miu

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Man Oh Man

July 16th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

Let’s not forget some of our favorite men coming out this fall. Man of the season Oleg Antosik cuts a striking figure for cK Calvin Klein by Fabien Baron. The always in demand Sean O’Pry headlines a stellar and sophisticated cast of Mathias Bergh, Jake Davies and hot newcomer Corey Baptiste in a debonair DKNY Men campaign by Nathaniel Goldberg. You’ll be seeing much more of Nikola Jovanovic come fall, here’s a classic image of him by Emilio Tini for Gianfranco Ferre Eyewear. Ian O’Brien has been a recent editorial favorite; he breaks out here this season with his first major campaign for Marc by Marc Jacobs by perennial MJ lensman, Juergen Teller. Terron Wood showcases his versatility and dynamic moves for artist/director Robert Longo‘s turbulent Bottega Veneta campaign. All so different yet so marvelous. What catches your eye the most?

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d-Lightful

June 16th, 2010 |Posted by Betty

d’management group sends us some of the hottest (and the coolest) of the new campaigns.

Gucci Pre Fall 2010: Raquel Zimmermann, Joan Smalls, Nikola Jovanovic by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.

Giorgio Armani F/W 10: Janice Fronimakis by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Lanvin F/W 10: Alex Dunstan by ?

Ermanno Scervino F/W 10: Matt Loewen by Francesco Carrozzini

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