Man Oh Man

Let’s not forget some of our favorite men coming out this fall. Man of the season Oleg Antosik cuts a striking figure for cK Calvin Klein by Fabien Baron. The always in demand Sean O’Pry headlines a stellar and sophisticated cast of Mathias Bergh, Jake Davies and hot newcomer Corey Baptiste in a debonair DKNY Men campaign by Nathaniel Goldberg. You’ll be seeing much more of Nikola Jovanovic come fall, here’s a classic image of him by Emilio Tini for Gianfranco Ferre Eyewear. Ian O’Brien has been a recent editorial favorite; he breaks out here this season with his first major campaign for Marc by Marc Jacobs by perennial MJ lensman, Juergen Teller. Terron Wood showcases his versatility and dynamic moves for artist/director Robert Longo‘s turbulent Bottega Veneta campaign. All so different yet so marvelous. What catches your eye the most?

  1. I have to say even though it’s a little different that what I see Bottega Veneta having as a campaign, I really like the pose and Terren (who I never pay attention to) did an excellent job.

  2. I like the awkward pose of bottega.
    However, im not a fan of DKNY looks like a cheesy editorial too many models should have been just Matthias or Sean, or both would have been pleasing. Looks like a younger Dolce and Gabbana with too many models

  3. DKNY looks likea catalogue…why do brands do that? show the whole collection in a campaign …its so boring.
    Bottega is unique…fits the brand perfectly…its dynamic, edgy and I love black white….
    Ck…the casting is too young…I have yet to grasp this young boy in expensive clothes in menswear approach…
    Does a 17 year old buy wear a 4000 dollar suit…. is that the customer…
    I wish that the trend in womenswear would catch up in the menswear…move back to men and away from skinny unhappy frungy teenagers… tired of recieving of all these tiny samples that fit only a 16 year old boy when you have a topmodel like Andres V, who is for me the best of the best not fitting the clothes… its twisted at the moment….

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