Black Moment–A color that never goes out of style, black sets the ground work for a new exclusive from photographer Stefan Wessel. Collaborating with stylists Onassis Kayyal and Yoyo Olesen, Wessel photographs Scoop model Mounier Lacoste. Wearing modern active fashions, Mounier embraces bold styling options as Kayyal and Olesen put him in garments from Asger Juel Larsen, Our Legacy and more. / Makeup by Tina Deleuran.
Spring’s Workout Plan–Cast for their gym prowess and great physiques, models Rob Evans and Edward Wilding appear in a spread for How to Spend It magazine. Photographed in studio by Damian Foxe, the pair embrace a sporty aesthetic as they hit strong stern poses in spring fashions from an eclectic offering of designer labels that include JUUN.J, Givenchy and Salvatore Ferragamo.
European Getaway–We love a great film, but want to know what we love even more? A film with great style. The directorial debut of Drive screenwriter Hossein Amini, The Two Faces of January is a thriller starring Viggo Mortensen, Oscar Isaac and Kirsten Dunst. Based on a novel of the same name by The Talented Mr Ripley author Patricia Highsmith, the film follows American Chester MacFarland (Mortensen) and his wife Colette (Dunst) as they travel to Athens for a European vacation. Seduced by Colette’s charm and beauty, Rydal (Isaac), who works as a tour guide is drawn into a compromising situation. Set against the glamorous backdrop of 1962, the film features elegant styles that are easily translatable today.
Blue Hawaii–Photographed by Blair Getz Mezibov, model up and comer George Elliott is quite the matinee idol, gracing the pages of Out magazine with a retro-inspired story. Tapping into the season’s playful Hawaiian print trend, stylist Grant Woolhead outfits George in great bold shirts from Prada, Calvin Klein Collection, Gucci and more.
Cubicle Neighbors–Promoting their latest movie Neighbors, actors Zac Efron and Seth Rogen join the guys of Comedy Central’s Workaholics. Interviewing for a job with the 9 to 5 trio of Adam, Blake and Ders, Rogen plays the diversity card, suggesting he would be an ideal hire since he’s Jewish. When Efron counters that he’s Jewish as well, the guys ask for proof and the rest is history but that’s not all. See Efron’s MTV antics here.