Today I feel like looking back at one of my favorite shoots from Vogue Hommes International. Once upon a time fashion magazines liked their men oily dirty and with style! Here is a #throwbackThursay look at Arthur Gosse, Fabian Nordstrom, Garrett Neff, Joshua Lovrin, Kelly Rippey, Paolo Anchisi, Mathias Lauridsen, and Sean O'Pry pphotographed by Sølve Sundsbøfor. J'adore!!!!!
Yesterday, Ryan Murphy released on his twitter the very first American Horror Story: Freak Show teaser 'Admit One'. Step right up, the show is about to begin … via BelloMag.com.
It's shor, but this is just our admition to the circus. Excited for October 8 to watch this new season!!!
Next month another new fragrance will hot the market. Dsquared² is launching Wild, 'inspired by an adventurous, independent and proud lifestyle'. The campaign was shot by Steven Klein.
"It's a raw roll in the hay -- the whole idea is to be a bit raw. Even the bottle is kind of harnessed."
Wild was developed by perfumers Daphné Bugey and Annick Ménardo. Notes for the earthy woody fragrance include santolina, resin accord, neo-labdanum, opoponax, vegetable amber and humus accord.
Aerial Menswear with Extreme Trampolinists Flippenout
The Guinness World Record-breaking American athletic troupe Flippenout show off their aerial feats in photographer Dominick Sheldon’s directorial debut, The Wall. Having trained under the conceptual eye of Steven Klein, Sheldon fuses the trampolinist stars of NBA and NFL half-time shows’ performance gear with the military-inflected styling of creative director and former editor of Russh, Stevie Dance. The filmmaker shot brothers Sean and Eric Kennedy while they flew through the air at heights up to 22 feet, clad in designers including 3.1 Phillip Lim, J.W. Anderson and Tim Coppens. Captured on the runway of Floyd Bene Fields, a derelict airspace outside of New York, the bouncing showmen are soundtracked to the pulsating “Paradiso,” an original score by bass-heavy producer Feral, AKA Caleb Halter. “My background in fashion spurred me to take them out their typical environment,” says Sheldon. “When they enter and exit a frame they’re in a different outfit yet they’re still in routine. It’s a performance.” source.