Campaigns, Celebrity, Lookbooks, Men's Fashion, Shopping
Chris Moore is an American fashion model. Hailing from Raleigh, North Carolina, the model burst on the fashion scene by walking for Givenchy. Chris went on to front numerous campaigns and lookbooks for the Riccardo Tisci-helmed line. The American model’s vast portfolio also includes campaign work for the likes of Perry Ellis and American Eagle. Magazines such as GQ Brasil, Fashion for Men, and GQ Italia contribute to Chris’ editorial credits.
Chris Moore + More Rock Summer Accessories for VMAN
Hit the Street: Chris Moore for Men’s Folio Malaysia
Perry Ellis Gets Cheeky with Beach Themed Campaign
Campaigns, Fashion Videos, Men's Denim
Givenchy Jeans Exudes Sex for Spring Ad
Yuri Pleskun, Nicola Wincenc + More Appear in GQ Brasil
Armani Exchange Delivers Sporty & Smart Fall Fashions
Celebrity Men's Style, Runway Shows
Eddie Redmayne, Justin Theroux + More Attend Alexander Wang for H&M Runway Show
Jeremy Scott Delivers Eclectic Spring/Summer 2015 Collection
Since his appointment at Moschino, the spotlight has increased on designer Jeremy Scott. Not one to disappoint with his outlandish designs, Scott sent bold, vibrant, fearless looks down the catwalk.
Perry Ellis Returns to New York Fashion Week with Graphic Spring/Summer 2015 Collection
Perry Ellis returns to the New York Fashion Week schedule with a runway debut from its recently appointed creative director Michael Maccari. Skillfully mixing Perry Ellis’ playful heritage with the stylish needs of the modern man, Maccari delivered a strong offering by the name of ‘Changes and Horizontals’. Inspired by the work of Irish artist Sean Scully, the lineup utilized graphic prints interweaved among classic solids, to dress up spirited pieces for everyday living.
Carlos Campos Goes Sporty for Spring/Summer 2015 Collection
Designer Carlos Campos explores a new arena for his man with spring 2015. Leaning away from the tailored formalities that usually define his collections, Campos embraces a sporty edge that brings to minds images of racetracks and utilitarian fashions. Utilizing color blocking and strong graphic lines, the new collection injects menswear classics with a sporty aesthetic that is easily on trend for the season.