Milan’s Men

Milan Vukmirovic, one of the most prolific men in fashion, consistently amazes us every season. This Renaissance man, in between duties as creative director for all the Trussardi lines and editor/photographer/stylist for all the different L’Officiel Hommes, somehow still finds time to zero in on the hottest rising stars of the moment. In addition to Vince Robitaille who got the coveted L’Officiel Hommes cover and story, great new face Sebastian Sauve snags the cover of L’Officiel Hommes Germany (shot by Andreas Larsson); Michael Wozniak shines in 2 camouflage themed shoots; the very debonair Anthon Wellsjo is the epitome of sophistication and newcomers Isaac Farisato and Federico Cola debut with solo spreads in LH Paris and LH Italia. Which is your favorite face and story from all this L’Officiel Hommes madness?

  1. Having seen both walking this summer in Paris, I’m with Anna. Anthon and Vince stand out from the pack!

    My guess is that they’re going to be fighting over YSL’S campaign next season.

  2. I would kile to know Sebastian Sauve’s nationality. Is he French-Canadian? Thanks, Claude (He looks like a young Helmut Berger).

  3. I also thought that Sebastian Sauve was French or French Canadian but I think I read that he’s from Germany, but maybe with a french background with that last name?

  4. Sorry I have to clarify what I had just written. The Fashion Spot states that he’s: Ethnic Origin: 1/2 American, 1/2 German.
    But I don’t know what 1/2 American means.

  5. sebastian is half german and half british although was raised for most of his life in lemington spa in england! very normal down to earth lad thats just had a lucky break

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