Men’s Après-Ski Style-Photographer Kai Z Feng and stylist Mitchell Belk come together for the pages of How to Spend It from The Financial Times….Read More
Arthur Daniyarov has built up a list of editorial, runway and campaign credits that would have you flipping through it for hours. Debuting during the fall 2009 season, he walked for top designers such as Prada, Alexander McQueen and Jil Sander. Prada and Jil Sander immediately booked him for their catalogue and campaign, respectively. As one of the most demanded models on the market, some of the magazines Arthur has shot for include Arena Homme+, Dazed & Confused, 10 Men and Vogue Hommes Japan. He continues to rule the runway walking for Gianfranco Ferre, Salvatore Ferragamo, Lanvin, Raf Simons and many other labels.
J.Lindeberg served up a 60s inspired homage to rock ‘n’ roll with a rebellious young attitude. Designer Jessy Heuvelink delivered a collection of instant must-haves with leather jackets, printed cardigans, slim-cut pants, tailored jackets and even a couple choice bags.Read More
Perry Ellis returns to the New York Fashion Week schedule with a runway debut from its recently appointed creative director Michael Maccari. Skillfully mixing Perry Ellis’ playful heritage with the stylish needs of the modern man, Maccari delivered a strong offering by the name of ‘Changes and Horizontals’. Inspired by the work of Irish artist Sean Scully, the lineup utilized graphic prints interweaved among classic solids, to dress up spirited pieces for everyday living.Read More