Edgar Ramírez Covers Numéro Netherlands, Talks Dr. Death

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Published February 14, 2024

Edgar Ramírez graces a digital cover of Numéro Netherlands in a Valentino coat.Pin
Edgar Ramírez graces a digital cover of Numéro Netherlands in a Valentino coat. Photo: Robin Harper / Numéro Netherlands

In a striking display of modern fashion, Edgar Ramírez captivates on the digital cover of Numéro Netherlands. Adorned in a statement Valentino coat, the Dr. Death star collaborates with creative director Ryan Lucca, photographer Robin Harper, and stylist Emily Diddle to craft a visual narrative highlighting the seamless integration of fashion and cinematic storytelling.

Edgar Ramírez for Numéro Netherlands

Making a graphic statement, Edgar Ramírez dons a Valentino coat with vintage boots for Numéro Netherlands.Pin
Making a graphic statement, Edgar Ramírez dons a Valentino coat with vintage boots for Numéro Netherlands. Photo: Robin Harper / Numéro Netherlands

In Dr. Death season two, Edgar Ramírez portrays Dr. Paolo Macchiarini, a surgeon who rises to fame through his innovative medical procedures. The narrative explores the complex layers of Macchiarini’s career and personal life, as his groundbreaking work draws scrutiny and the lines between professional triumphs and ethical boundaries are examined.

Actor Edgar Ramírez wears a black and white ensemble from Valentino for Numéro Netherlands.Pin
Actor Edgar Ramírez wears a black and white ensemble from Valentino for Numéro Netherlands. Photo: Robin Harper / Numéro Netherlands

As revealed through his interview with Numéro Netherlands, Ramírez’s engagement with his characters offers a profound insight into his approach to acting and style. He articulates, “When I am portraying a character based on a real person, I try not to know more about my character than the character himself.”

Ramírez explains, “It’s not fair, nor ethical, and of course not fun to play a character you are judging in the slightest of ways.”

Appearing in a black-and-white image, Edgar Ramírez wears a shirt and tie by Paul Smith for Numéro Netherlands.Pin
In a black-and-white image, Edgar Ramírez wears a shirt and tie by Paul Smith for Numéro Netherlands. Photo: Robin Harper / Numéro Netherlands

Delving deeper into his role preparation, Ramírez shares, “Everything I needed to know about my character was already on the paper. I just needed to open up to the experience and not let myself be contaminated by all the abundant information available on his wrongdoings.”

Connecting with Numéro Netherlands, Edgar Ramírez dons a white Kenzo ensemble.Pin
Connecting with Numéro Netherlands, Edgar Ramírez dons a white Kenzo ensemble. Photo: Robin Harper / Numéro Netherlands

In his discussion with Numéro Netherlands, Edgar Ramírez offers a profound reflection on his journey, encapsulating the essence of his craft and its intersection with fashion. He notes, “Each of my characters, big or small, have allowed me to discover something about humanity and about myself that I didn’t know before.”

Embracing relaxed tailoring, Edgar Ramírez wears Fendi for Numéro Netherlands.Pin
Embracing relaxed tailoring, Edgar Ramírez wears Fendi for Numéro Netherlands. Photo: Robin Harper / Numéro Netherlands

The story reaches beyond the surface of fashion, evolving into a narrative that intertwines Edgar Ramírez’s personal and artistic journey. He insightfully remarks, “I’m interested in fashion because just like theater, cinema, literature, architecture, and design in general, it always speaks, describes, records a specific moment in history.”

Ramírez underscores the profound connection between fashion and self-expression, emphasizing, “Our dreams, aspirations, ambitions, shortcomings…just from what we wear.” Furthermore, his fashion choices and roles become dual channels for a deeper investigation into the human condition, revealing how personal style and artistic expression intertwine to reflect broader societal narratives.


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