Erik Johansson by Stefano Moro for Men In Italy | Milano Portfolio

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Published June 28, 2011

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The Element of Freedom–Looking to the statue of Pegasus at Stazione Centrale for inspiration, Stefano Moro’s contribution to Men in Italy | Milano Portfolio took root around an idea of freedom. Combining the classic tale of Icarus with words from James Joyce about the freedom of expression, Moro photographed I Love Model Management’s Erik Johansson in an ensemble from Z Zegna styled by Paolo Turina.

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