Willem Dafoe Models Bright Spring Colors for L’Officiel Hommes Germany Cover Story

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Dafoe Covers L’Officiel Hommes Germany–For its spring/summer 2014 cover, L’Officiel Hommes Germany enlists actor Willem Dafoe for a shoot with photographer Joshua Jordan. Holding nothing back, Dafoe gets into the spirit of the season, letting loose in the studio. Styled by Bernet Buscato, Dafoe is captured in vibrant yellow, pink and more, featuring labels such as Giorgio Armani and Paul Smith.


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One Response to “Willem Dafoe Models Bright Spring Colors for L’Officiel Hommes Germany Cover Story”

  1. JamesMMartin

    I am thankful that Wes Anderson appreciates the supreme talent of Mr. Dafoe (have always wondered: any relation to the author of “Journal of the Plague Year”?). I have admired him for many performance, not the least of them in “Platoon,” “To Live and Die in L.A.,” and, most especially, “The Last Temptation of Christ.” The scene in which a not-so-resurrected and thoroughly Gnostic Jesus encounters Saul-Paul the Tarsun played by Dafoe and Harry Dean Stanton went a long way to my decision that religion is bunk. Thank you, Sir!