Ryan Koning by Thomas Whiteside for Seventh Man

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Published October 28, 2010

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Ryan Koning (I Love Models/Major) plays an offbeat character in his most recent editorial for Seventh Man. However, balancing quirks with substance, Thomas Whiteside photographs Ryan in a strong wardrobe of Louis Vuitton, Dior Homme and other labels as styled by Nicolas Klam.

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1 thought on “Ryan Koning by Thomas Whiteside for Seventh Man”

  1. I loved this until that last image. It completely breaks artistic style, and it’s such an awkward and forced posed.

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