Numero Dos

March 29th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

With stellar new covers Numero and Numero Homme provide a beautiful and expressive take on fashion imagery with two very different shots united by their elegance. Fernando Cabral covers Numero Homme in a sleek shot by Jacob Sutton that capitalizes on his perfect physique; the image is clean, crisp and completely modern. Aymeline’s striking cover by Richard Bush is equally alluring; the former ballet dancer is graceful as ever in Dolce & Gabbana‘s caged corset dress.

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Fernando Cabral by Jacob Sutton for Numero Homme

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Aymeline Valade by Richard Bush for Numero

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Go West

March 21st, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Boo George (Streeters) tackles the sartorial allure of the west in the latest Numero Homme, enlisting Anna de Rijk, Baptiste Radufe & Rob Moore to star in an atmospheric set of images. Wearing bolo ties, voluminous suits and world weary looks, the trio embody an urbane vision of cowboy style as imaged by Caroline Newell. The black and white shots are emotive and starkly beautiful, while the color images strike a dreamy chord.

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Mariano’s Men

March 4th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Mariano Vivanco, brings his signature style to the pages of Numero Homme with a dose of sex appeal.  Alan Carey, Simon Nessman & Reid Prebenda look more enticing than ever as they wear blue jeans, come hither looks and little else. Leave it to Mariano to uncover the hidden allure of something as basic as denim.

Alan Carey

Simon Nessman

Reid Prebenda. Images courtesy of Mariano Vivanco studio

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The Force

September 24th, 2008 |Posted by Janelle

Sean Opry reigns supreme in the latest issue of Numero Homme. The charismatic southerner’s charms are on full display as he strikes a pose for Greg Kadel. With his wild hair, steely gaze and unwavering poise Opry is a force to be reckoned with.

Sean Opry by Greg Kadel for Numero Homme | Scan by Modelhommes

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Hardcore Logo

September 17th, 2008 |Posted by Janelle

Josh Beech channels the classic cool of the Harley set in Numero Homme. The Route 66 editorial shows Beech looking tough as the head of an unexpectedly dapper bike gang. Shot by John Balsom and styled by Serge Girardi, the edit shows the stylish side of bike culture.

Josh Beech by John Balsom for Numero Homme – Scanned by BerlinRocks at tFS

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Why So Siri-ous?

September 11th, 2008 |Posted by Janelle

Though she is front and center on almost every single runway this season Siri Tollerod still finds time to pop up in choice editorial space. With new editorials in the latest issues of Another and Numero Homme Siri cements her status as the seasons most coveted chameleon.

Kinga Rajzak and Siri Tollerod by Craig McDean for Another Magazine

Siri Tollerod by Karl Lagerfeld for Numero Homme

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