In these wonderful photoshoots the German model Peter Bruder is photographed by Laurent Humbert for Telu and the name of the editorial is "Denim touch".
Monday, January 31, 2011
For the new Gucci's spring 2011 campaign, the photographers Mert & Marcus puts all this models: Nikola Jovanovic, Gen Huismans, Carmen Pedaru, Joan Smalls and Hailey Clausson for a special editorial. Great job!
Serbian model Nicola Jovanovic is the new icon for GQ Italia. He's photographed in this two great photoshoots by the Italian photographer Paolo Zerbini.
Sunday, January 30, 2011
Boys of Milan & Paris FW2011 from Justin Wu on Vimeo.
The photographer Justin Wu had a great idea to do this video for celebrate the end of menswear's fashion week FW 2011. He bring us beautiful male models lip syncing on camera. Great job!!!
Soul model Doug Pickett is photographed by Cédric Buchet for the new collection of Louis Vuitton with an urban safari on a rugged adventure for the label's new spring 2011 campaign.
Saturday, January 29, 2011
The models Simon Nessman, Isaac Weber, Nico, Bradley and Alejandro are photographed by Terry Tsiolis for the new issue of VMAN entitled "Game On" and styled by Jay Massacret.
The Diesel campaign was all about being stupid and for the Spring/Summer 2011 ad campaign, entitled “Diesel Island: Land of the Stupid, home of the Brave“, they’re not giving up on that notion.
Zegna favorite Oriol Elcacho steals the limelight once more for the label’s mainline. Showcasing this season’s clean tailored lines and technical fabrics, Oriol is photographed for Ermenegildo Zegna’s spring 2011 campaign.
Fashionisto cover debut is around the corner but first they have a preview image from the magazine featuring promising up and comer the Romanian model Kaan Tilki photographed by Aline & Jacqueline Tappia. Styled by Micaela Sessa, the Fashion Milano model sports an edgy spring number from Emporio Armani. / Hair by Stefano Gatti with makeup by Guya.
Danish model Sylvester Ulv is photographed by Amy Gwatkin for the February 2011 issue of Dazed & Confused wearing a piece from Y-3. /Styled by Max Ortega Govel.
Photographed by Mario Sorrenti for the new campaign of Emporio Armani's spring 2011, the model Simon Nessman delivers a splash of skin, a hint of bondage and a lax take on tailoring.
Friday, January 28, 2011
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Brazilian superstar Marlon Teixeira gets photographed by Pantelis for the second issue of Coitus Magazine. Pantelis shares with Coitus blog some of the photos that didnt end up in the print and the results are truly stunning.
Armani Exchange Spring 2011 Campaign | Francisco Lachowski, Marlon Teixeira & Simon Nessman by Matthew Scrivens
The three models: Marlon Teixeira, Francisco Lachowski and Simon Nessman are joined by Alejandra and Clara Alonso for the Armani Exchange spring 2011 campaign being photographed by Matthew Scrivens.
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Sunday, January 16, 2011
Understated and hidden beneath the brim of a floppy hat, Missoni’s man makes a return to the catwalk for the fall 2011 season. More than enamored with the house’s signature prints, the latest collection tones down the colors and wears familiarity like a second skin. Humble and the epitome of the anti-trend, fall’s range designates knits as the outerwear of choice, piecing together similar separates for a showing that is intimate and at peace with the idea of just being.
Peeking through the seams ofSalvatore Ferragamo’s latest outing was a nod to the easy cool of the 70′s and a desire to show that menswear can be both masculine and remarkably soft with warm sentiments. Embracing a relaxed pacing of separates and outerwear, fall’s collection boasted dark rich hues of autumn, contrasted against sensational flesh tones. Resonating a refined luxury, carried off with little to no effort, the range quickly turned to a lifestyle, gently touching upon western and militaristic influences. From strong tailored overcoats and suede trousers to buttery soft leather, Salvatore Ferragamo excelled in paying compliments to the heart of their man–robust, personal and adaptive.
Hitting the runway with nearly a hundred looks, Emporio Armani left no stone unturned in their quest to outfit their man for the perfect season of change, transitioning from fall to winter and beyond. A man with quite the agenda, Giorgio Armani looked towards fall as quite the occasion to remember. Well suited for evening or a casual day’s wear, layered with sophistication and smarts, the collection of charcoal and black somehow managed to warm the senses. Conforming to a luxury, very much grounded in the label’s own allure and position, clean menswear essentials nearly felt new with an easy take on sportswear that reinvented itself countless ways.
Opening up the second day of Milan Fashion Week, Bottega Veneta continued a colorful trend for the upcoming season. Piecing fall’s collection together with an industrial concept that saw the mixing of fabrics to complete several of menswear best standbys, the label maintained a certain playfulness with a hint of technicolor. Grounded by structured suiting and showing an untamed side with leather crumpled trousers and jackets, the latest outing from Bottega Veneta answered the call of the changing consumer. From the dark trenches of black to the vibrancy of orange resina, Bottega Veneta creative director Tomas Maier crafted the ideal blending of ready to wear fashions and challenging fragments of the modern man.