Vogue Homme International models.com preview

Posted by stephan | September 27th, 2011
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Baroque T-shirt Roberto Cavalli, Cotton apron Dsquared, Lace-up boots with chain detail Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy, Baroque trousers and kilt, tiara stylist’s studio, Vintage necklace stylist’s archive
 
Vogue Hommes International is always pushing the boundaries of what menswear encompasses and with their fall issue, they tackle the theme of reinvention with artistic spirit. Mario Sorrenti and Robbie Spencer take fashion classics like white shirts and blue jeans and transform them into individual works of art. With abstract interpretations and incredible detailing, their story leaps right off the page and provides viewers with a one of a kind experience. A few pages later Willy Vanderperre and Panos Yiapanis create a dreamy vision of youthful insouciance in their aptly titled piece, Teen Spirit. With its atmospheric beauty and completely outside the box styling, the story is right in line with the issue’s theme of alteration and change. View these daring stories in our exclusive preview of the new Vogue Hommes and prepare yourself for a visual treat.
Vogue Hommes International
Fall/Winter 2012

Preview Part 1:
Photographer: Willy Vanderpere
Stylist: Panos Yiapanis
Model: Simone Nobili
Hair: Olivier de Vriendt
Make-up: Georgi Sandev

Preview Part 2:
Photographer: Mario Sorrenti
Stylist: Robbie Spencer
Model: Christian Brylle

Updated to include clothing credits below photos


Left: Suit jacket Hugo Boss, Vintage necklace, stylist’s archive Baroque T-shirt trousers and kilt, tiara stylist’s studio | Right: Studded leather belt veRsace Lace-up boots with chain detail Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy Printed bomber jacket, baroque trousers and kilt, tiara stylist’s studio


Embroidered shirt, baroque pleated skirt, striped jeans, embroidered scarf and fur-covered glasses Stylist’s Studio


Left: Jacquard top prada, Vintage necklace, stylist’s archive Kilt, baseball cap and tiaras stylist’s studio | Right: Printed wool bomber jacket and shorts, and lace-up boots with chain detail Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy Embroidered scarf worn as a top, baroque trousers, striped jeans, baseball cap and tiara stylist’s studio


Left: Jacket dsquared Studded leather belt Versace Embroidered jacket, trousers and shirt, lace-up boots, and tiara stylist’s studio | Right: Printed wool bomber jacket and shorts, printed wool trousers, and lace-up boots with chain detail RiccaRdo Tisci foR Givenchy Embroidered scarf worn as a top, striped jeans, baseball cap and tiara stylist’s sTudio

 

Photographs by Mario Sorrenti. Styling by Robbie Spencer. Modeled by Christian Brylle.
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17 Comments

  1. Obi says:

    Who designed the clothes in the main picture and 3 next ones?

  2. Nádia says:

    Love the feelings behind the first editorial… So simple and pure!

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  3. michael says:

    The last image is insane! Who are the models tho?

  4. poo says:

    The first story is original. Love the shot on the board. What a nightmare it must have been getting all that done in that light. Lovely.

  5. TeeVanity says:

    Wow, me likey!

  6. andew says:

    This is just beautiful! The shots are dreamlike.

  7. Willem says:

    Same question again: Who designed the clothes in the first editorial?

  8. Willem says:

    Could it be Cavalli?

  9. Abel says:

    Who designed the clothes in the first editorial?

  10. Elbert Kosek says:

    Love the vibe of the first pictures – the colored floral patterns are my style. Don’t really like the origami styling though.

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  11. Barrio Dimitri says:

    Wow! That’s all I can say. These are some superb wardrobe choices and excellent styling.

    http://www.modedimitri.com/

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  14. The Calvin Show says:

    The first editorial is an orgasm just waiting to explode. And I’m liking Simon with an E. :) #APPROVED

  15. miz says:

    i like it

  16. Lou says:

    In the first editorial, wherever it says stylists studio, it’s certainly Panos Yiapanis creations, he has an amazing trademark style

  17. Roman says:

    Great shoot!! but when it’ll be in the journal-shop? =)

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