It’s All About White–Decked out in an all-white wardrobe, British model Guy Robinson appears before the lens of David Goldman for an equestrian-inspired story published in GQ UK’s July 2013 issue. Heading to the African state of Kenya, Guy is styled by GQ’s Jo Levin in a series of white numbers that blend refinement with the maximum comfort. Clad in pieces from the likes of Gucci, Giorgio Armani and others, the FM model poses surrounded by a breathtaking nature, joined only by a strong horse, that accompanies him on endless rides in the African territory. / Styling assistance by Holly Roberts. Grooming by Kota.
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.
Spirit Tailoring–Carlos Campos champions the free spirit for his fall/winter 2013 collection, connecting with the progressive ideas of the 1960s. Looking to student protests, the clean slim lines of Campos are met symbols of bicycles to represent the boycott of public transportation in Argentina or the campaign by bike to heal South America. Dressed in rich dark hues, the man of Carlos Campos takes a retro turn with charming prints and a smart approach to daily dress with tailored suits and the occasional leather jacket thrown in for good measure. / Photos by Marko Kalfa.
Channeling Classic London–Hackett’s fall/winter 2013 outing beautifully showcases quintessential British dress and styling with a refined collection of tailoring. Featuring an emphasis on traditional suiting fabrics, everything from three-piece suits in Prince of Wales check to morning coats in rich tweeds and velvets, ranging from the City Banker to Country Gent come together for an amalgamation of all their best pieces of the season. The eveningwear was equally outstanding with an eccentric mix of clashing windowpane check capes and blazers complemented by tartan and striped trousers, while double-breasted silk dressing gowns were worn with velvet trousers, shirting and sock-suspenders. / Words by KENNY HO
A Parisian Walk–British model Guy Robinson heads to the evocative Montmartre district in Paris to star in a charming spread lensed by Stéphane Gallois for Air France magazine. Decked out in a sharp wardrobe that combines extreme elegance, luxury fabrics and comfortable silhouettes, the Bananas model is styled by Jean Michel Clerc in pieces from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Corneliani and Lanvin, that perfectly match with the enchanting French landscape. / Grooming by Olivier de Vriendt.