The Greatest Love of All

March 11th, 2015 |Posted by jonathanshia

“Love is the sea you don’t know how to sail.” So begins the introduction to the seventh issue of Italian menswear biannual The Greatest, which celebrates love with a wistful tone. Baptiste Radufe displays a quiet introspection in the cover story shot by Paolo Zerbini (Atomo Management) with styling by Matteo Greco, a mood that continues through Francesco Brigida (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN)’s suiting story with Andrey Smidl and Johan Sandberg (Stockholm: LUNDLUND, Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY)’s study of forlorn youth.

Luca Stascheit, Ian Sharp, Rutger Schoone, and Jack Chambers are joined by newer faces Martin Conte and Erik van Gils in a series of quiet portraits, while Gustaaf Wassink gets a surreal twist in the spring’s graphic pieces. The collected interviews offer a refreshing change of pace from the usual, with jazz trumpeter Paolo Fresu and young French actor Pierre Deladonchamps featured alongside Diesel’s new creative director Nicola Formichetti. As with each outing of The Greatest, the Love Issue comes with a special companion video, this one a love story starring rising new face Mihai Bran. Take an exclusive first look below.

THE GREATEST FASHION FILM #8 from The Greatest Magazine on Vimeo.

Cover 7

Baptiste Radufe, photography by Paolo Zerbini (Atomo Management) and styling by Matteo Greco

Andrey Smidl by Francesco Brigida (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN) and styling by Diane Boulenger (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN)

Jeroen Teerlinck, Sam Lammar, Florian Luger, and Riccardo Piane by Alessandro Dal Buoni and styling by Matteo Greco

Jordan Sorbom by Lowe H Seger and styling by Gaelle Bon (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN)

Pierre Deladonchamps by Francesco Brigida (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN) and styling by Gaelle Bon (AGENCE SAINT GERMAIN)

Tancrede Scalabre and Rory Cooper by Johan Sandberg (Stockholm: LUNDLUND, Paris: ArtList Paris, New York: ArtList NY) and styling by Mauricio Nardi (Atomo Management)

Rutger Schoone and Luca Stascheit, photography by Alessandro Furchino (2DM ) and styling by Matteo Greco

Posted in: boys,General news

Future Perfect

September 24th, 2013 |Posted by

The latest from biannual men’s fashion magazine, Fucking Young, is all about the ‘Future’ this season. With art direction by Folch Studio, the Spanish publication’s Fall/Winter cover features Florian Van Bael in Dior Homme- shot & art directed by Michiel Meewis and styled by Kay Korsh. With a hefty 234 glossy pages, split into 5 chapters of innovative men’s fashion and interviews with Kris Van Assche, Damir Doma, Tim Coppens and more, this issue looks like a must have for all the men’s fashion mavens. Below, we have an exclusive preview of the magazine’s third issue. Want more from Fucking Young? Be sure to preorder your own copy here.

Text By Victoria Perillo



Florian Van Bael by Michiel Meewis


by Roman Goebel


Paul Boche by Alek Pierre


By Alice Rosati


Rutger Schoone


By Luca Finotti

Artwork by Adrian Villar Rojas


O’Shea Robertson by Edu Garcia



Florian Neuville by Bichon + Bichon


Anatol Modzelewski


Jester White by Frederik Heyman

Posted in: boys,General news

Spring Ahead

February 21st, 2013 |Posted by Betty

As winter reaches its last few weeks, spring seems tantalizingly far away. Luckily for us the new L’Officiel Hommes Italia is out and we get a preview of the serene and colorful stories in the new issue. English actor Matthew Goode is on the cover wearing Giorgio Armani but model watchers need not fret with an issue filled with some our favorite faces, both new and familiar.


Matthew Goode by Johan Sandberg, styling by Emil Rebek


Rutger Schoone by Laurence Ellis, styling by Davide Brambilla


Vincent LaCrocq by Pablo Arroyo, styling by Jérôme André


Staffan Lindstrom by Stefan Heinrichs, styling by Emil Rebek

Posted in: boys,General news

First Look : Exit

December 12th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

The new issue of Exit Magazine is filled with things we love; exciting photography talent, models of the moment and a creative take on the season’s fashion standouts. Inside you’ll find new editorial eye-candy from Aitken Jolly, Hugh Lippe, Mel Bles, Steven Pan (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists) and styled to perfection by Sam Ranger, Michelle CameronJoanne Blades and more. You’ll also spot appearances by a host of modeling faves, including Anais Pouliot, Jacquelyn Jablonski, Ava Smith, Asia Piwka,Rutger Schoone and Patricia van der Vliet. Models aside, what captivates us most about Exit is its unique way of presenting editorials with artistry, take a look at Patricia as artist Kembra Pfahler for a prime example.

Ava Smith by Benny Horne, fashion by Catherine Newell-Hanson

Anais Pouliot by Tung Walsh, fashion by Sam Ranger

Kasia Struss by Hugh Lippe, fashion by Joanne Blades

Rutger Schoone by Mel Bles, fashion by Jason Hughes

Patricia van der Vliet by Aitken Jolly, fashion by Sam Ranger

Jacquelyn Jablonski by Steven Pan (Paris: Management + Artists, New York: Management + Artists), fashion by Michelle Cameron

Karlina Caune by Dancian (De Facto), fashion by Hanna Kelifa

Asia Piwka by Aitken Jolly, fashion by Sam Ranger

Posted in: General news