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Designer Karl Lagerfeld
The Ultimate Selfie–Jonas Unger embraces the selfie for a new series of self portraits featuring famous designers, actors, models and more. Showing his Autoportraits at Galerie Derouillon, Unger turns over the spotlight to notable designers such as Karl Lagerfeld and Jean Paul Gaultier.
Let’s Play, Boy!–Covering the spring edition of Men’s Health Best Fashion, model Leebo Freeman is photographed by Sven Baenziger. Posing poolside in the role of the international playboy, Leebo is styled by Yilmaz Aktepe. Embracing a carefree attitude with great style, Leebo is held to high style standards as he dons a series of lightweight suiting and complementary accessories.
Shooting Alix–Model up and comer Alix Legrand (New York Models Management) graces our pages once more, this time around with a new portrait series by photographer Taylor Hall O’Brien. Evoking an era long past, Alix is captured in workerswear-inspired pieces, including a jumpsuit. Posing indoors and outside, he provides for a certain calm.
More Than Just a Pretty Face–White Collar actor Matt Bomer covers the May issue of Details promoting his new HBO project The Normal Heart. Directed by Ryan Murphy, the adaption tells the story of a gay man, dying of AIDS when little was known of the epidemic. Bomer shares with Details that he initially read the play when he was in high school, recalling “At that time, I was clueless and obviously in a different place in relation to my sexuality. I was in romantic relationships with girls—whatever that means at 14. And it completely rocked my world…It’s just an amazing call to arms.” Read more at Details.com.
Shift Zero–The third time’s the charm for British magazine Hero. For its third consecutive issue, Hero enlists photographer and Saint Laurent creative director Hedi Slimane to shoot its cover. Receiving the honor of covering its latest issue is Hemlock Grove actor Bill Skarsgård. The younger brother of actor Alexander Skarsgård, Bill covers the issue with a boyish innocence that lends itself well to Slimane’s signature black & white portraits.
Gandy Domination–Photographed by Mariano Vivanco, British model David Gandy poses for the May cover story of Vanity Fair España. Talking about redefining the role of models for himself personally, Gandy reflects on his career, sharing “People had this image of models…they were silent. I was the first who came and said: I am a model, I want to be a brand and am willing to talk about my work. Before me none had been interviewed on prime time. How do you expect people not to have preconceived ideas? This was a kind of tiny and secretive business.” Talking about Forbes and its regular lists compiling how much models make, Gandy confesses “One time we wanted to find out how they knew what we earned each year. And they responded. ‘We make it up.’ That list is the biggest lie I’ve read about myself. It is complete rubbish.”