To the 40s and Back–Keeping in mind their show for the fall/winter 2013 season, Dsquared2 continues their 1940s narrative with an all-black cast for their latest advertising campaign. Captured by photography duo Mert & Marcus in the collection that mixes military wear with its civilian counterparts, Brad Allen, Brahim Zaibat, David Agbodji, Salieu Jalloh and Nate Gill appear as the striking men of the hour.
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.
Runway-Ready–Heading into their second season, Soul continues to build their men’s board, turning up the ante with solid editorial boys. Led by the all-around standout that is Simon Nessman, models such as Terron Wood are joined by new favorites that include Sebastian Sauve, River Viiperi and Lowell Tautchin. Meanwhile, fresh new imports Anthon Wellsjo and Danny Beauchamp bring their blue-chip qualities to a well-rounded lineup for the spring 2012 runway season.
Slippery When Wet–Taking a dive into the deep end, the men of Dirk Bikkembergs were in top form this season. The wet occasion featured an aquatic outing of swimming gear with skullcaps and wet suits on drenched models wrapped in towels, complemented with sandals and goggles. The eccentric collection progressed into a fine selection of jersey blazers with graphic detailing, drawstring shorts and shirting with a fruit motif. In addition, geometric shapes took the forms of stars and color blocking, stretched across both knitwear and tailored suiting, while micro-shorts and decadent silk scarves completed the look of the Dirk Bikkembergs man.
The Workout Plan–Vivienne Westwood gets her men ready for the Summer 2012 Olympics in London with a sweat inducing regime of suiting separates and athletic-inspired apparel. From the warm up jacket to other sporty pieces, the collection circles in on practicality with a little fun spent in proportions and prints. Suited for the grandeur of an Olympian or dressed down and ready for business, Westwood executes a fine uniform for all occasions, complete with personality.
WhyNot–Moreso than ever, it is a season of stars for WhyNot. Serving up a fair share of the top models to hit the Milanese catwalk, the agency boasts leading men, ranging from Noah Mills and Arthur Kulkov to Sam Webb. From the buzzworthy Mugler muse Rick Genest and stars in the making such as Bo Develius, WhyNot fills their ranks with runway sensations that include Taylor Fuchs as well as popular models, ranging from Francisco Lachowski to Burberry’s leading crop, noted by
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