In a story entitled No Man’s Land for Lewis magazine, Nick Hoge captures the raw essence of human emotion and physicality through the lens of fashion photography. The monochromatic scheme of the images strips down the barriers, allowing Pablo Morais to convey a powerful, vulnerable narrative.
Hoge’s deliberate choice of lighting accentuates the textures and contours of the clothing styled by Reinaldo Rivera Nuñez, showcasing a juxtaposition of rugged masculinity with the craftsmanship of the garments. The stark backgrounds serve as a canvas for the narrative of solitude and strength.
Rivera Nuñez’s styling reflects a seamless blend of luxury and rawness, a theme that resonates with the title No Man’s Land. His selection of bold pieces, from the enveloping fur to the distressed denim, harmonizes with the magazine’s aesthetic while highlighting the vast spectrum of menswear.