The sexy stars of DSECTION Magazine‘s first-anniversary issue shine in some of winter’s boldest pieces by Givenchy, Galliano and Dolce & Gabbana. Arnaldo Anaya Lucca’s richly colored images perfectly showcase Sean O’Pry and new face Estee Rammant. With the holidays coming up, it’s a festive way to ring in the new year.
We love when fashion doesn’t take itself too seriously and Interview‘s latest feature is decidely tongue in cheek. If you’ve ever logged on to Grindr or Guys with iPhones (not that you would ever do such a thing) you know exactly what this shoot is referencing, but don’t worry even though there are numerous gorgeous guys to enjoy things are still PG. Enjoy the season’s designer undies on a lineup of the most handsome guys in the business including Rob Evans, River Viiperi, Oraine Barrett, Nate Nesbitt, Daniel Liu and many, many more!
This past week we were graced with new music videos by two pop divas and a queen. The month started when a Canadian singer Carly Rae Jespen debuted her music video for “Call Me Maybe” featuring the first in spring’s wave of videos with male models. Say goodbye to the days of the model video vixen, we welcome the presence of fashion’s finest men.
No stranger to a Lana Del Rey video, Bradley Soileau makes his second video appearance in “Blue Jeans” as her half-man-half-crocodile pool side lover.
What’s the best way to get over your cheating ex? Katy Perry makes her statement by enlisting with the Marines after catching Lucas Kerr red handed at the office in the “Part of Me” video. Let’s just hope that Katy and Baptiste Giabiconi can find a happier ending than that.
And never to be outdone, Madonna takes no prisoners in her Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott directed video by taking on not one, but five of the top male models in her video for “Girl Gone Wild.”
Fashion and music seem to go hand in hand and we can’t help but wonder; who will be the next fabulous face in this growing trend?
What more can you want from a music video? Watch the teaser to Madonna’s Girl Gone Wild video with 4 of the most beautiful men in modeling today; Sean O’Pry, Simon Nessman, Jon Kortajarena and Rob Evans. The full video comes out March 26th.
Fashion has always followed its own beat and V Magazine first ever Music issue (on stands January 12th) pays tribute to the dynamic influence of trend setting performers through the ages. Inside V75 Sebastian Faenaand Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele explore the relationship between hip hop & high fashion in an outlandish editorial. Credited as the very first editor to embrace urban culture (Carlyne brought the look to the pages of Vogue Italia way back in 1990) Carlyne has a long history of taking looks off the street and translating them for the editorial pages. Cerf De Dudzeele tells V “I love girls that men want to follow in the street—glamorous, sexy, powerful. You’re born with it, it’s not something you learn. I have always been obsessed by hip-hop. L’attitude is always right.”
In Faena’s story she dresses Anais Mali, Cora Emmanuel, Rob Evans, Travone Hill and Chrishell Stubbs in looks that scream 90s-early 00s excess. Baggy pants, fanny packs and all the gold jewelry you handle. If we had to point to music references, we see little vintage Diddy, a whole lot of Lil Kim and a hint of Foxy Brown.
Like most people, we love a good list. Client Magazine’s new book: 100 Faces of 2011 is out and it’s full of their favorite men, from Brazilian favorites like Marlon Texeira and Francisco Lachowski to industry staples Sean O, Simon and Clement to newbies Jacob Young and Sam Lawson. Here’s a preview of some of the cooler images and newer faces from the book. For the full list of 100 and to buy/download the book, click here. Tell us your favorites and anyone you think they forgot in the comments.
Campaign season is in full swing and while everyone loves the finished products – and the continuous stream of database updates on the subject, it is always nice to see the process that goes into each ad. We’d previously posted a glimpse at Givenchy‘s growling and howling F/W extravaganza, but take a look at the shoot itself. Veteran models Kristen McMenamy, Naomi Campbell and Mariacarla Boscono join relative newcomers Jonathan Marquez and Rob Evans in the Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott helmed images and the making of images add another layer of enjoyment.