New Perspective-Dressed in garments from prestigious labels such as Viktor & Rolf and Jil Sander, model Reid Rohling (Fusion) graces the pages of RedMilk magazine, appearing before the lens of photographer Craig Salmon. For the story, stylist Annett Monheim assembles a wardrobe focused on the pureness of lines, alternated by structured and almost sculpted shapes with a vintage vibe, revisited in a current way. Pinstriped numbers, leather jackets, ribbed sweaters and slim coats alternate in the story, creating a new definition of contemporary menswear. / Grooming by Katsumi Matsuo.
More in Editorials
GQ Russia: Henrik Fallenius Dons Furs & Shearling
Ekaterina Melnikova styles model Henrik Fallenius for a rugged fashion editorial, featured in GQ Russia’s December 2015 issue. Paying a nod...
i-D: Dior Homme Spring Preview by Willy Vanderperre
Dior Homme creative director Kris Van Assche sits down with British magazine i-D to dish on his tenure at the Parisian...
Burberry Prorsum: Pen Features Chic Winter Styles
Japanese fashion magazine Pen puts the spotlight on Burberry Prorsum. Choice pieces from the brand’s fall-winter 2015 menswear collection are front...