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The Main Muse–For his latest editorial, model Leebo Freeman channels Spanish Catalan surrealist painter Salvador Dalí for an editorial in the tenth issue of Esthétique magazine. Photographed by Pony & Brett, Leebo loses himself in the role, creating eccentric angles and extreme expressions. Embracing fashions with all the pop in the details, Leebo’s transformation is brought full circle with the aid of stylist Yuko Nakao.
Hamm Covers Men’s Fitness–Photographed by Richard Phibbs, Mad Men star John Hamm snags the May covers of Men’s Fitness, wearing looks from Lacoste and Calvin Klein. Seeing that Mad Men and Breaking Bad share the same network, Hamm compares the two AMC shows, sharing, “Breaking Bad was on such a breakneck hurtling train ride to the end. You’re like, ‘What is this guy going to do?’ That’s never been our show. No one could describe it as breakneck or hurtling. Which is great, because that’s another way to tell a story. We don’t have to be like, ‘Who shot J.R.?!’” Read more at MensFitness.com.
Tailored Essentials–Madame Figaro catches up with Bananas model Nicolas Ripoll for its most recent issue. Photographed by Philippe Biancotto, Nicolas heads outdoors, sporting a fine selection of spring suiting. Showcasing texture and color, Jean Michel Clerc styles Nicolas in ensembles that include tweeds from Giorgio Armani and colorful sportswear from Dior Homme.
Hardy in Burberry–Following the Birmingham premiere of his latest movie Locke, actor Tom Hardy transitions from a charming workerswear-inspired look to the sleek suiting of Burberry Tailoring. Attending the A24 and The Cinema Society premiere of Locke at The Paley Center for Media on April 22nd in New York, Hardy cleaned up well in a Burberry Tailoring suit that was completed with a bright pop of color, courtesy of a tie in the same tone of the label’s spring/summer 2014 Burberry Prorsum collection.
Dornan the Underwear Model?–Model turned actor Jamie Dornan recently talked to The Guardian about Fifty Shades of Grey and other projects in the near future. Reflecting on his modeling career, Dornan says, “I think I’ve done two shoots in my underwear ever. They both happened to be for Calvin Klein. But that tag – underwear model – I just can’t get rid of it. And it’s such a bizarre, specific thing – underwear. It’s like I never modelled clothes.” But Dornan doesn’t have to worry long with Fifty Shades of Grey coming out next year. Dornan explains “There are a couple of classic knots I know now and I’ve put them to good use far too many times recently. In fact I’d like to do a job where I don’t have to tie women to beds.” Read more at TheGuardian.com.
Blood, Sweat & Fashion–Esquire España doesn’t hold back in the model talent department when it comes to its May issue. Enlisting top models Clement Chabernaud and Alexandre Cunha, the magazine commissions photographer Alfonso Ohnur for a story. Embracing an athletic theme, it’s a boxing match between Clement and Alexandre as they are styled by Berta Alvarez. Working up a sweat and showing bloody bruises after a couple of punches, the pair square off in styles from Prada, Gucci and other fashion houses.