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Denim Decoded: Adonis Bosso for H&M H&M enlists Adonis Bosso to star in a new men’s style edit. The top model connects with the Swedish brand to showcase spring denim. Making an easy case for casual style, Adonis warms up to denim jackets and distressed jeans. He also rocks comfortable sneakers and key essentials such... [Read More]
RJ Rogenski steps into spring with an outing from James Perse. He poses against a beautiful set by Arthur Martinot. The American model sports key essentials from the brand. Wearing items like a sweater and polo shirt, RJ highlights spring neutrals. He also takes a sporty turn in head to toe black. It’s here that... [Read More]
Dani van de Water returns to our pages following a Republic Men exclusive. This time around, Dani stars in a Kenzo feature. The Dutch model links up with photographer Dennis Weber. Photographed and styled by Weber, Dani showcases standout looks from Kenzo’s spring-summer 2018 collection. The range tackles sporty inspirations with references to 1950s baseball... [Read More]
The ageless issue of addiction served as the backdrop for Raf Simons’ fall-winter 2018 collection. The Belgian designer turned to the 1981 film Christiane F. as a starting reference. The biographical drama follows the life of Christiane F. growing up in Berlin’s drug scene of the 1970s. Revisiting a tale of caution, Simons paints a... [Read More]
While a number of brands show an eagerness to chase millennial trends and a contemporary fascination with streetwear, Joseph Abboud stands its sartorial ground. Designer Joseph Abboud explains, This season I wanted to reconstruct American menswear with the launch of Bespoke. For the last 30 years, our strength has always been the art of tailoring... [Read More]
Country meets rock ‘n’ roll as Ovadia & Sons unveils its fall-winter 2018 collection. Brothers Ariel and Shimon Ovadia revisited their love for classic and modern punk for the season. The Ovadia’s efforts resulted in choice details such as tartan and leopard print. Bringing a country vibe to the melting pot, Elvis Presley references came... [Read More]
Will Peltz wears a crisp white look as he covers L’Officiel Hommes Thailand. The actor turned model dons Givenchy for the cover. Elsewhere, Will wears more casual numbers. Taking to the streets of New York, Will links up with photographer Ken Rivas. It’s here that Danielle Hawkins styles Will in brands such as Salvatore Ferragamo... [Read More]
One of the highlights of New York Fashion Week Men’s, Boss unveiled its fall-winter 2018 collection. Chief brand officer Ingo Wilts took inspiration from the Big Apple and incorporated baseball elements into his designs. Referencing the athleisure trend, Wilts showcases a juxtaposition of tailoring and sportswear with an athletic vibe. Show More Summary
No stranger to quirky style editorials, Rogier Bosschaart brings his eccentricties to a new story. The Dutch model connects with photographer Gonzalo Machado for Icon El País. Stealing the spotlight, Rogier embraces a wardrobe full of prints. Highlighting the graphic nature of the outfits, Machado captures the narrative with black and white photography.
In addition to covering GQ Portugal, model of the moment Jordan Barrett links up with L’Officiel Hommes Brasil. The Aussie covers the magazine with a story snapped by photographer Hadar Pitchon. Meanwhile, Javon Drake directs the styling. He outfits Jordan in designer pieces from Italian fashion house Gucci.
Tom Ford staged his first menswear show during New York Fashion Week Men’s. The American designer not only presented his fall-winter 2018 collection but launched ranges for timepieces and underwear. Bringing to mind his time at Gucci, Ford opted for an opulent approach to the season. Luxurious fabrics and bold prints come together for the... [Read More]
Esquire taps Donald Glover as its March 2018 cover star. David Burton photographs the star for a tuxedo-clad outing. Front and center, Glover wears brands like Balmain and Ermenegildo Zegna Couture. Glover also talks to Esquire about the second season of Atlanta. I tried to do the Q-Tip take on it, says Glover. After the... [Read More]
Perry Ellis presented its fall-winter 2018 collection during New York Fashion Week Men’s. The American brand looked to The Hippodrome NYC as the backdrop for its show. It’s here that creative director Michael Maccari unveiled Perry Ellis’ latest range. Show More Summary
Call Me By Your Name star Timothée Chalamet covers VMAN’s latest issue. The 22-year-old actor links up with photographer Collier Schorr and stylist Robbie Spencer for the feature. Sporting spring fashions, Chalamet wears brands such as Prada and Saint Laurent. He also catches up with Frank Ocean to discuss Call Me By Your Name. I’m... [Read More]
Aurélien Muller puts a casual foot forth for his latest editorial. The French model doubles down on denim for Men’s Health España. Sporting the timeless essential, Aurélien takes to the studio with photographer Edu García. Picture-perfect, Aurélien wears denim jackets, shirts, and jeans from brands like Guess.
Ahead of its upcoming show during Paris Fashion Week, H&M unveils choice looks from its Studio collection. The “see now, buy now” range makes its catwalk debut February 28, 2018 and will be available online directly following the show. The lineup is slated to hit select stores worldwide, beginning March 1, 2018. The season unfolds... [Read More]
Raf Simons follows up his Chinatown runway show with similar campaign visuals. The Belgian designer unveils his spring-summer 2018 advertisement. Once again, Simons collaborates with photographer Willy Vanderperre. Likewise, the latter partners with stylist Olivier Rizzo for the occasion. Show More Summary
Todd Snyder presents his take on “old (new) school” style for fall-winter 2018. Snyder revisited the book Jocks and Nerds: Men’s Style in the Twentieth Century as well as tailor Tommy Nutter for inspiration. The designer describes the season as a smart slacker vibe that’s part aesthete, part athlete, part Savile Row rebel. It’s here... [Read More]
Julian Schneyder reunites with Massimo Dutti to offer a “real perception” on the season. The Austrian model inspires in a series of smart looks. Elegant style comes out on top as Massimo Dutti turns our attention to timeless items such as a suede jacket or pleated trousers. The Spanish brand also features striking updates like... [Read More]
Mango calls on Noah Mills as the face of its spring-summer 2018 campaign. The American model travels to Fuerteventura for the occasion. Appearing in a video as well, Noah joins models Amber Valletta and Anna Ewers. Embracing relaxed silhouettes, Noah is styled by Elodie David. Meanwhile, Mario Sorrenti photographs Noah in a mix of natural... [Read More]