Perry Ellis S/S 12

Max Rogers for Perry Ellis S/S 12 Show. Image by Julian Schratter for

Customers expect wearable classics from Perry Ellis, and designer John Crocco delivered for Spring 2012 with a collection of easy, effortless pieces in a range of pastels and muted earth tones. Cuts were loose and comfortable without being overly baggy, and the cheery and lighthearted looks were ready for a country weekend. Everything felt completely relaxed and calm, perfectly accompanied by a soundtrack by indie folk band Fleet Foxes.

Designer: John Crocco
Stylist: Bruce Pask
Casting: Drew Linehan for Trew Productions
Producer: Lynne O’Neill
Images: Julian Schratter and Betty Sze for

Mark Cox by Julian Schratter

Joseph Turnbull

Brian Davenport and Travis Davenport interview the models

John Crocco in his last collection for the brand

Simon Van Meervenne

Nicolas Ripoll and Jeremy Young

Fernando Cabral

Vincent Banic

Sebastian Sauvé

Newcomer Tom Bull

Danny Beauchamp

Julian Schratter walking AND documenting the show, image by Betty

Julian captures Matvey Lykov

David Agbodji

Bruce Pask checks the look

Danny Schwarz

Sean O’Pry

Pete Bolton

Henry Watkins

Max Rogers

Perry Ellis swim for S/S 12

Fernando Cabral, Christian Larsson, Armando Cabral

Armando Cabral

Matt Egan jumps for Julian Schratter

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  1. I like seeing Jeremy, Matvey, Mark, Sean, and the two Dannys all together. Reminds me of 07/08/09 seasons :)

  2. It amazes me Max gets such high fashion work around the world when his work in the UK is mostly commercial promotion stuff

  3. The Cabral brothers, Henry Watkins, and David A. Love seeing them!

  4. “It amazes me Max gets such high fashion work around the world when his work in the UK is mostly commercial promotion stuff”

    Huh? His big break was the naked cover of British GQ Style … hardly ‘commercial promotion stuff’. Since then his British work has been Gieves & Hawkes campaign, House of Fraser advertisements. He’s with Storm, they’re not about ‘commercial promotion stuff’! You’re confusing his nightlife/club life with his fashion industry life.

  5. Where are you getting that Max’s work is commercial/promotion?

    His work is all fashion!! GQ style cover and GQ man of the season, italian vogue cover, D&G campaign etc.. Hardly promotion work!

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