Fall Preview–Dressed in Hugo Boss’ fall/winter 2013 sportswear collection, models Garrett Neff and Wouter Peelen lend their charming figures to the German label, appearing in its newly released look book. Decked out in Hugo Boss’ fall offering for its younger customers, which includes leather jackets, skinny trousers, quilted numbers and slim fitted knits, the pair perfectly embody the brand’s cosmopolitan sense of style, that definitely adapts to every latitude. Mixing colors and textures, the boys easily alternate casual styles with more refined suggestions, colored in a palette that ranges from basic tones to rich blue hues, rusty tones and other fashionable colors, that update even the simplest piece.
WhyNot–Coming in at nearly two hundred models strong, Milano agency WhyNot is ready for Milan Fashion Week for the spring/summer 2014 season. This season, WhyNot’s roster includes seasoned veterans Arthur Kulkov, Adam Senn, runway regulars Aiden Andrews, Bastian Thiery, Jacob Coupe, breakout stars Jarrod Scott, Duncan Pyke and countless others.
Contemporary Tailoring–British label Thomas Pink taps the always stunning Garrett Neff for its latest advertising campaign. The American model poses for luminous and spontaneous images donning the brand’s sartorial suggestions for the spring season. Dressed in pieces deeply influenced by British tailoring tradition, Garrett enjoys few moments of relaxation, surrounded by a multitude of plants, or reading a book with a fox, which is the symbol of the brand.
Neff’s Milanese Trip–Leading model Garrett Neff finds time to visit his agency in Milan to shoot a brand new digital series. Captured inside WhyNot’s offices, the American model is definitely the epitome of masculine charm, appearing in spontaneous images. Looking handsome as usual in a basic v-neck tee and jeans, Garrett once more captures the attention thanks to his charming features.
Modern Times–Models Garrett Neff (Sight), David Agbodji (Success) and Vladimir Ivanov (VNY) reunite in New York City to appear before Paola Kudacki’s lens for a spring story featured in Hercules’ latest issue. Focusing on the most prestigious menswear collections for the current season, the models are styled by Francesco Sourigues and pose for a charming portrait series. Clad in Emporio Armani’s refined numbers, Dior Homme’s nautical inspired silhouettes and Calvin Klein Collection’s classic sportswear pieces, the boys definitely know how to strike the perfect pose. / Photography assistance by Clay Gardner and Yoo Sun Maru. Styling assistance by Adrian Manuel and Ben Perreira. Hair by Amy Farid and Dennis Fei. Makeup by Maki H. and Justine Purdue.
The New Sport Couture–One of the emerging themes of the spring/summer 2013 collections, sportswear goes active as displayed by an editorial from Spanish magazine El País Semanal. Styled by Juan Cebrián in the designs of Louis Vuitton, Lanvin, Givenchy and others, Sight model Garrett Neff connects with photographer Bruno Staub for an editorial that combines images, both outdoors and in studio. Riding his bike in a chaotic city or skateboarding with a relaxed attitude, Garrett provides a layered wardrobe that mixes textures, colors and volumes. / Hair by Fernando Torrent. Makeup by Quinn Murphy.