First Look: L’Officiel Hommes Italia Takes It to the Streets

L’Officiel Hommes Italia takes on urban and suburban life for Spring 2017 in a new issue that celebrates humanity and its environs. Cover star Kyle MacLachlan returns to Twin Peaks, the iconically dark small town, this spring and is captured here brooding in leather by Robbie Fimmano and Havana Laffitte. Luca Lemaire, who appears on the second cover, heads to the roof in a lush feature by Serge Leblon and Emil Rebek while Joyce Ng and Rebek spotlight the rebellious youth of London. Jacob Fish brings a punk attitude to New Jersey’s sprawl in Fumi Nagasaka and John Colver‘s story, and Janneke Van der Hagen and Anders Solvsten Thomsen showcase some truly progressive streetwear.

Take an exclusive first look at the new issue, available now, below.


Luca Lemaire | Photography – Serge Leblon (Management + Artists) | Styling – Emil Rebek


Kyle Maclachlan | Photography – Robbie Fimmano (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London, Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles) | Styling – Havana Laffitte (Brydges MacKinney)


Luca Lemaire | Photography – Serge Leblon (Management + Artists) | Styling – Emil Rebek


Luca Lemaire | Photography – Serge Leblon (Management + Artists) | Styling – Emil Rebek


Kyle Maclachlan | Photography – Robbie Fimmano (New York: Streeters New York, London: Streeters London, Los Angeles: Streeters Los Angeles) | Styling – Havana Laffitte (Brydges MacKinney)


Noah Luis Brown | Photography – Janneke Van der Hagen | Styling – Anders Solvsten Thomsen (Camilla Lowther Management)


Noah Luis Brown | Photography – Janneke Van der Hagen | Styling – Anders Solvsten Thomsen (Camilla Lowther Management)


Emil Andersen | Photography – Jan Lehner (London: Webber Represents, New York: Webber Represents ) | Styling – Rose Forde


Emil Andersen | Photography – Jan Lehner (London: Webber Represents, New York: Webber Represents ) | Styling – Rose Forde


Kalam Horlick and Timi Babasola-Are | Photography – Joyce Ng | Styling – Emil Rebek


Timi Babasola-Are and Myles Dominique | Photography – Joyce Ng | Styling – Emil Rebek


Jacob Fish at Tomorrow Is Another Day (Cologne) | Photography – Fumi Nagasaka | Styling – John Colver (New York: FRANK REPS NY, Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA)


Jacob Fish at Tomorrow Is Another Day (Cologne) | Photography – Fumi Nagasaka | Styling – John Colver (New York: FRANK REPS NY, Los Angeles: FRANK REPS LA)


Ellis Kennedy and Lukas Marschall at New Madison (Paris) | Photography – Amit | Styling – Pau Avia


Lukas Marschall at New Madison (Paris) | Photography – Amit | Styling – Pau Avia

Last Magazine’s Locker Room

If there’s anyone fit to face the oversized cover of The Last Magazine‘s 18th issue it’s larger-than-life beauty Vittoria Ceretti, who measures up to her full potential in the special issue that folds out to a huge 62×42 inches. That means the Mikael Jansson photographed cover editorial’s stunning-ness is proportionate to its actual size. Stylist George Cortina realizes the health club mood with locker room basics or hardly any, meaning a gorgeous Vittoria effortlessly steams things up. Preview the editorial below, courtesy of The Last Magazine. Purchase the magazine here, out soon.

Vittoria Ceretti by Mikael Jansson | Stylist George Cortina (Camilla Lowther Management) | Hair Stylist Shay Ashual (Art Partner) | Makeup Lisa Houghton (Streeters New York) | Manicurist Honey (Exposure NY) | Producer Caroline Stridfeldt at LOLA Production

Sophie Theallet’s World Citizen Women

Sophie Theallet roll calls thirteen world citizens for her S/S 17 campaign with images photographed by Tiziano Magni and Henry Leutwyler. Theallet, who made headlines after refusing to dress the new first lady, uses a statement-making cast to put people behind the brands codes–all of which makes crystal clear her unifying manifesto: “Mothers. Daughters. Sisters of every creed, color, size, social fabric, race, age. World Citizen.”

Preview images from the campaign below, which features the likes of Blanca Li, Corinne Bailey Rae, Neve Campbell, Adesuwa Aighewi, Candice Huffine, Selah Marley, Sarita Choudhury and other powerful women.

Love Loves Bella

Tucked inside the latest issue of Love Magazine the ever-more bombshell Bella poses for Carin Backoff in barely-there styling courtesy of Lynette Garland. What’s not to love? See the full shoot in LOVE 17 ‘The Fans Issue’ Spring/Summer 2017; on newsstands 6 February. Courtesy of thelovemagazine.co.uk.

Photographer Carin Backoff | Stylist Lynette Garland | Hair Ashley Javier (Art + Commerce) | Make-up Sil Bruinsma (Streeters New York)


Bella wears T-shirt by AG Jeans, Cherry bra and briefs by Agent Provocateur


Bella wears silk crepe shirt by Roberto Cavalli, vintage shorts from Cosprop


Bella wears floral knickers by Miss Crofton, striped socks by Marc Jacobs

Brandon Maxwell Debuts “Ebony”

Home means a lot to designer Brandon Maxwell and he brings one of his muses Riley Montana back to her own home-base for his latest Spring/Summer 2017 campaign. The stunning visuals are set where Montana first laid roots in Detroit, Michigan, and juxtaposes the model in all her glamorous wares against her humble beginnings. Accompanied with a film shot by Jessy Price, the campaign focuses on identity and is an extremely personal look into the evolution of an individual, showing that embracing the real world can be just as chic as the fantasy.

Take a look at the campaign video and visuals below!

Designer & Photographer – Brandon Maxwell
Video – Jessy Price
Hair – Hos Hounkpatin | Makeup – Vincent Oquendo (The Wall Group)
Model – Riley Montana