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.
Precision Cut–Model Josh Tuckley is enlisted for the fall/winter 2013 look book of Giuliano Fujiwara. Representing best the modern image of the brand, the latest collection is a continued representation of eastern and western influences converging. Embracing a sleek wardrobe with its fair share of fashion-forward elements and a touch of Italian tailoring, the new lineup maintains somber hues, reflecting its salt and pepper motif. Honing in on fit, drop shoulders complete silhouettes and the jacket remains carefree with a kimono-like finish. Meanwhile, small wide collars define shirts and trousers are cut slim or carrot-like for a smart contemporary offering.
WhyNot–From Garrett Neff and Adam Senn to Vinnie Woolston, WhyNot has stunning talent on hand for Milan Fashion Week but in a strong package that also includes favorites Ash Stymest and Bastian Thiery, the up and coming faces garner great interest. Gryphon O’Shea leads with fantastic attitude, boasting a grand roster that includes Satoshi Toda, Brayden Pritchard, Ralf Javoiss and more.
New Madison–Bursting at the seams with fashion’s favorite boys, New Madison’s show package ensures that the catwalks of Paris will be covered. From strong classic faces such as Joan Mirangels or the charm of Alex Dunstan to runway regulars such as Patrick Kafka or bright new star Simon Sabbah, New Madison has the bases covered. In the up and comer category, New Madison boasts Alex Michels, Alexander Ferrario, Martin Beranek and others.
Boys on Polaroid–As previewed earlier, leading up to Milan Fashion Week, photographer Sara Cimino tracked down some of our favorite boys for a Polaroid session. Among the prey were Simone Nobili, Nicolas Ripoll, Alexander Beck and Thomas Sottong.