Remains of Muted Beliefs Pt. II–Bringing his dark vision to Paris Fashion Week, Belgian designer Cedric Jacquemyn was inspired by the disappearing culture of the ancient Amazon. Concentrating around light spring layers and the idea of survival, lean silhouettes of silk, cashmere, linen and wool were left with raw hems exposed and loose draping. Looking to fellow Belgian label ROMBAUT for footwear, the brand’s ecological footwear made the ultimate statement in coated Amazon latex.
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.
Nathalie–Paris modeling agency Nathalie kicks off preparations for the spring/summer 2014 fashion week season with their new show package. In addition to seasoned stars, ranging from Armando Cabral and Benjamin Eidem to Douglas Neitzke or Guerrino Santulliana, Nathalie boasts fresh promising talent that includes Carlos Peters and John Hein.
The Misanthrope–Red model Michael Tintiuc connects with photographer Eric White for a collaborative project. Taking to various locations with a certain attitude, Michael is styled in garments and accessories from his label LIRFON’S. Whether dressed in bold snug leather or leopard adorned pants, Michael serves up personal style in spades.
Daylight Distress–Red model Michael Tintiuc stars in a series of moody black and white photos, captured by the lens of Mathieu Berthemy. / Makeup by Cedric Jolivet with hair by Shlomi Mor.
Renegades–Red models Michael Tintiuc, Bradley Soileau and João Zavaski prepare to slum it in a spread featuring an alluring combination of grime and panache for The Wild magazine. Photographed by Armen Djerrahian, these boys are ruffed up in modernly urban garbs from Marc Jacobs, Henrik Vibskov, Costume National and other labels to sum up the look of the streets. / Grooming by Ayinde Castro and Owen Gould.