Rebirth of Nature | Julius Gerhardt by Josh Olins for Vogue Hommes Japan

March 12, 2010

Rebirth of Nature | Julius Gerhardt by Josh Olins for Vogue Hommes Japan

Channeling the ages, Andrea Cellerino fashions intriguing focal points for Vogue Hommes Japan’s most recent cover story photographed by Josh Olins. Styling fresh face Julius Gerhardt, stylist Nicola Formichetti turns to power numbers that find their strength in the details. From Riccardo Tisci’s studded affair for Givenchy to Milan Vukmirovic’s subtle take on fringe for Trussardi 1911, the spring season has no shortage of flair.

Rebirth of Nature | Julius Gerhardt by Josh Olins for Vogue Hommes Japan
Rebirth of Nature | Julius Gerhardt by Josh Olins for Vogue Hommes Japan
Rebirth of Nature | Julius Gerhardt by Josh Olins for Vogue Hommes Japan
Rebirth of Nature | Julius Gerhardt by Josh Olins for Vogue Hommes Japan
Rebirth of Nature | Julius Gerhardt by Josh Olins for Vogue Hommes Japan
Rebirth of Nature | Julius Gerhardt by Josh Olins for Vogue Hommes Japan
Rebirth of Nature | Julius Gerhardt by Josh Olins for Vogue Hommes Japan
Rebirth of Nature | Julius Gerhardt by Josh Olins for Vogue Hommes Japan
Rebirth of Nature | Julius Gerhardt by Josh Olins for Vogue Hommes Japan

10 thoughts on “Rebirth of Nature | Julius Gerhardt by Josh Olins for Vogue Hommes Japan”

  1. There is a lot of highly original work coming from Vogue Japan. This editorial immediately grabbed my attention: it is *really* inventive without being quirky (who else is fed up with quirkiness? I have seen too much of it). I don’t have a strong opinion on the model, except that I wish I were as good looking. What with being a photographer myself, something that surprises me is how seldom photographers are credited nowadays. I am sure the stylist did a lot of work, but the finished product, the photograph, is the photographer’s work, no?
    <a href="http://davidikus.blogspot.com/.” target=”_blank”>http://davidikus.blogspot.com/.

  2. seriously, this is one of the most astonishing styling works i've ever seen. Nicola is a genius. Too bad the model doesn't look very flattering.

  3. There is a lot of highly original work coming from Vogue Japan. This editorial immediately grabbed my attention: it is *really* inventive without being quirky (who else is fed up with quirkiness? I have seen too much of it). I don’t have a strong opinion on the model, except that I wish I were as good looking. What with being a photographer myself, something that surprises me is how seldom photographers are credited nowadays. I am sure the stylist did a lot of work, but the finished product, the photograph, is the photographer’s work, no?
    http://davidikus.blogspot.com/.

  4. seriously, this is one of the most astonishing styling works i've ever seen. Nicola is a genius. Too bad the model doesn't look very flattering.

  5. that hair is just wow…i really love the 3rd image but for some reason i'm not completely sold on the rest of them. i guess there are things i like and i don't. actually, i think i need to view this in the actual magazine as opposed to online to get a more accurate perspective.GLOSSIES WILL NEVER DIE!!

  6. that hair is just wow…i really love the 3rd image but for some reason i'm not completely sold on the rest of them. i guess there are things i like and i don't. actually, i think i need to view this in the actual magazine as opposed to online to get a more accurate perspective.GLOSSIES WILL NEVER DIE!!

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