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Garrett Neff wears Salvatore Ferragamo to The Hollywood Reporter Media Power List Party
Neff’s Big Plans–The face of Salvatore Ferragamo’s Acqua Essenziale fragrance, American model Garrett Neff was on hand for The Hollywood Reporter’s Media Power List party. Talking about creating a power outfit with ease, Neff shares, “I think the most important element of a power outfit is proper fit. The one item to focus on is a suit. If it’s the right fit, you could wear it with a T-shirt and still convey the positive message. I think Ferragamo is doing a really great job with fit right now so I find myself wearing their stuff all the time.” Switching gears and dishing on his new Philadelphia restaurant Pho, Neff reveals “Yes, my good friend Tyler, (I was the best man in his wedding) myself and a good friend of ours Alex are opening Stock in mid may in Philadelphia on East Girard. It’s a Vietnamese Pho restaurant and we’ll serve other Vietnamese dishes as well. I’m really excited for it to open. You can stop by when Tyler and his wife Nicole get back to Philly after my sister’s wedding, they didn’t want to open up then have to be closed on one of the first Saturdays in business, so they open the doors the week after May 10.” Read more at HollywoodReporter.com.
City of Angels–Pouring on endless charm, model Victor Nylander covers the spring/summer 2014 edition of GQ Style Korea. Adding another Louis Vuitton-clad editorial to the season’s hits, following a story in Metal, the collection is highlighted as Victor is photographed by Yonug Kyu Yoo in Kim Jones’ designs for the luxury fashion house. Embracing the Americana influence of the Louis Vuitton collection, Victor is styled by Oh Choong Hwan and captured outdoors in rural settings.
Don’t Sweat It–When it comes to sweatpants and sweatshirts, they are no longer just for the gym. Along with the rise of streetwear-inspired fashions, men’s sweatpants and sweatshirts (check out Kenzo’s sweatshirts) have been thrust into the spotlight. East Dane captures the trend with a new style story featuring model Sung Jin Park. Elevating the new casual essential, sweats make their way into a nice roundup of day ensembles. Whether pairing sweatpants with a denim jacket or a sweatshirt with a khaki ensemble, the possibilities are endless. Visit EastDane.com for men’s sweatshirts and sweatpants to add to your wardrobe arsenal.
Joe vs Jonas–Scene catches up with music artist Joe Jonas for its latest cover story. Exuding an upbeat spirit, Jonas hits the studio with photographer Easton Schirra and stylist Avo Yermagyan. Sporting the latest from Marc by Marc Jacobs, Richard Chai and more, Jonas takes a moment to discuss his music, sharing “I’m really at the baby stages. I’m writing with people I like and admire, but I’m taking my sweet, sweet time with it,” he says. “I feel like if I figured out what I wanted the sound to be like, [I wouldn’t be] too worried about ‘I have to release this from the hype of…” Read more at SceneMag.com.
Motor–Commissioning photographer Daniel Riera for an editorial in its latest issue, Fantastic Man envisions a new lane for white summer fashions. Outfitted in crisp clean pieces by stylist Julian Ganio, model Florian Van Bael embraces his inner biker for a dynamic spread which features brands, ranging from Pringle of Scotland to Wooyoungmi.
Leto Confidential–Actor Jared Leto covers the spring edition of Los Angeles Confidential photographed by Nigel Parry with styling by Kemal Harris. Talking about Dallas Buyers Club, which earned him an Oscar win, Leto recalls a luncheon for the film hosted by Liza Minnelli. “You know what she said to me? She said, ‘I haven’t felt this way since I saw On the Waterfront.’ And she stood up in front of everybody and said, ‘Jared, when I was watching your performance, I felt the way that I do when a friend is going through the hardest time of their life. I felt like I knew you and that I cared for you in the way I would a dear friend.’ If I can support this film, then I’m happy to do it. Perspective and gratitude have a lot to do with it: I don’t make that many films. I don’t know when I’ll next make a film or when I’ll next be a part of this process. People have been rather lovely, supportive, and kind.” Read more at la-confidential-magazine.com.