Boys Do Not Dress For Girls-Models Luca Schmitz, Reid Rohling (Fusion), Marshall Brockley, Richie Cotterell, Jack De Normandie, Joel Meacock, Niclas Gillis, Nicola Wincenc, Ander Johnson, Maxwell Schlesinger and Joseph ... Read More
Bananas–True to their offbeat name, all is well in paradise when it comes to Paris agency Bananas. Serving up classic faces alongside fashion's favorite quirky boy, the infectious personalities are ... Read More
Sporty Remix–Stylist Rich Aybar is enlisted for the latest issue of Essential Homme, working with photographer Eli Schmidt. Framing fall pieces in a sporty context, the likes of Calvin Klein ... Read More
Version Fall–Shipley & Halmos relaunch their website with a web store update, featuring their latest fall wears. From knits and shirting to outerwear, the designers enlist Request model Marshall Brockley ... Read More
Night Hawks–Christopher Wetmore, Marshall Brockley (Request), Seth Miller (Ford) and Wes Phillips (DNA) are captured by Christophe Kutner for the September 2011 issue of Nylon Guys. Staying out for a ... Read More
The Active Classic–Dries Van Noten fused his acclaimed vision with the qualities of an active lifestyle for his latest outing. Ushering in a season of suiting separates and covetable knits, ... Read More
It's a Boy's World–Shipley & Halmos tap Request model Marshall Brockley for their fall 2011 lookbook. Embracing a boyish quality, designers Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos tailor their contemporary collection ... Read More
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