The Style Council dreams up a cheeky fashion editorial for the latest issue of CR Men’s Book. Style extraordinaire and editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld links up with photographer Robbie Fimmano. Together the pair revisits iconic vintage advertising. Models such as Shaun DeWet, Miles McMillan, and Brad Kroenig star in the colorful outing. The models channel a… [Read More]
Brad Kroenig - American Fashion Model
Brad Kroenig originally wanted to pursue a soccer career but all that was changed when he was scouted by an agent and soon became an Abercrombie & Fitch model. Karl Lagerfeld quickly took notice and made Brad his muse. The designer made him the face of Chanel, Fendi and Karl Lagerfeld. You know you made it when you are featured in five hundred images of the couturier's photography show.
It did not take long for other top designers to get their hands on the rising star. DKNY, Gap, H&M, and Roberto Cavalli, all booked Brad for their campaigns. Brad is also the subject of the book Metamorphoses of an American, by Karl Lagerfeld. Only a top model has a book chronicling their career.
It’s no secret that VMAN has always celebrated male models. Extending this fact to its latest issue, the magazine rounds up top models for a dashing set of portraits. Wearing sleek black suits, models such as Sean O’Pry, Ben Hill, and Jarrod Scott connect with model turned photographer, Max Papendieck. Pulling off dedicated efforts, Papendieck… [Read More]
Traveling to the City of Love, Brad Kroenig touches down in Paris for a new story. The American model covers the most recent issue of Elle Men Thailand. Donning spring designer fashions, Brad appears before the lens of photographer, Alan Gelati. Here, stylist Steven Doan outfits the model icon in the latest styles from brands… [Read More]
Top model and Karl Lagerfeld muse, Brad Kroenig covers the November 2016 issue of Prestige Hong Kong. Kroenig joins his 8-year-old son, Hudson for the cover. Photographer Giovanni Squatriti also captures Kroenig’s 5-year-old son, Jameson for the feature. Looking to the designs of Karl Lagerfeld for inspiration, stylist Giuseppe Ceccarelli outfits Brad and Hudson in… [Read More]
Club Monaco cosigns the buy it now trend with the design debut of its head of menswear, Matthew Millward. The designer unveiled a limited-edition fall 2016 collection during New York Fashion Week. The new range embraced a strong military aesthetic. Turning out sharp coats with oversized lapels, Club Monaco complemented the standout styles with its… [Read More]