This is Riccardo Tisci’s first pre-fall collection ever. The lookbook features Simone Nobili and Willy Cartier.
“For his first Fall men’s collection in pictures, Riccardo Tisci has developed and expanded his menswear silhouette into a complete wardrobe. Inspired by sharks, marines and surfers in the night, he brings together strong utilitarian outerwear, American sportswear and impeccable tailoring.
The collection opens with an overt street reference, rich in prints and jerseys mixed with workwear-influenced denim. Everyday men’s essentials, twisted with Givenchy tension of aggressive softness are given a new life.“
The accessories include “Reworked baseball caps in pony, leather or shearling are paired with shark-tooth key-chains and horn earrings. Bags in large volumes with totes in nappa or in a nappa/felted wool mix or weekend bags in pony. Authentic hi-top trainers and heavy hybrid shoes contrast with elegant pointy derbies.“
Donatella Versace will present the VERSACE book throughout a series of events in London, New York and Milan. Moderators include some of the most influential voices in the world of fashion, who have contributed writing the book.
The Artist for Safe Sex campaign by Schirner and Zang Foundation provides a synoptic view of one of the main norms of good sexual habits for the preservation of health – the use of condom!- by using an impressive visual.
Leo G at Metropolitan Paris photographed by Kenneth Koo and styled by Lani Elise with pieces from Rossella Jardini, SJL, Yohji Yamamoto, Andrea Crews, Tsumori Chisato, Cotélac and more, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online.
Harris K and Brandon at Tomorrow Is Another Day, Louis Marzin at Wilhelmina and Frank shot by Trinity Ellis and styled by Mischa Notcutt with pieces from Cottweiler, for the latest issue of Seventh Man magazine.
Reflecting on the Nicopanda brand’s own DNA, Nicola’s backpack is all about fun, love, and the LGBTQ community. A symbol of universal inclusivity with its rainbow coloring and multifunctional panda head.