Balmain Fall/Winter 2016 Campaign #BALMAINARMY

Today Fashion Designer Oliver Rousteing release new ads for F/W 2016 photographed by Steven Klein and creative Director Pascal Dangin and we can see on its official Instagram, Kanye West, Joan Smalls, Alessandra, Sasha Luss, Dilone, Josephine Skriver and Jourdan Dunn, Ronald Epps are also in it. Jon Kortajarena, Francisco Lachowski also appear on it.


Sydney based photographer Karim Konrad kindly shared un-published images from this Summer break colorful graphics theme where we can appreciate Dejan Pijuk from Avenue Singapore /Major Milan and model Robin Pijils from Evd Agency.

ZARA Autumn/Winter 2016-17 Campaign

ZARA is coming back with great ads on Autumn/Winter 2016 Campaign shooting by master Willy Vanderperre some of the models are Julius Gerhardt and Victor Nylander.

Must see these mighty 32 shots taken by Sean P. Watters you will never forget

Must see these mighty 32 shots taken by Sean P. Watters you will never forget cause they are amazing, have the classic style from Watters his only way to capture every shot. In this time he worked with Fusion Models based in NY featuring these guys the blond one is Miles Montierth and the brunette is Tres Wuerffel. Both from Fusion. All clothes are by Rafi and Olga and TOPMAN.

Spotlights on: Gabe by Jade Young

When you’re a model or photographer and your based in New York City you’ve got to work with stylist Kai Jankovic, that’s it. New sensation Gabe LaDuke gets style a la Jankovic the creative director of this project, shooting by Jade Young, apparels used by Designer Larry Underwood.

Männermode: Kraftakt

DiePresse-Schaufenster presents “Kraftakt” starring by Oliver Stummvoll, Sascha Wolf, Maximilian Henhappel, Roland Reichmann shot by Philipp Jelenska and Styling & Production: Barbara Zach.


Here’s to the power of sport and self-belief. To those who get up in the morning to go running. To those who take on new challenges, fight prejudice or conquer their fears. This is for every victory.


So many requests and comments about last Summer Trends topic we wrote about. After seen and anaylized Menswear Collection in London, Milan and Paris. Spring 2017 collections brought back traditional colours, modern shapes and a range of unexpected accessories for the hotter months.


‘Restraint’ is the main title by photographer Alisson Marks and stylist Stefano Guerrini featuring model Simone Cacciatore who worn garments like A.N.G.E.L.O. AntPitagora, Modus Vivendi, Levi’s vintage among others. Stylist assistant by Enrico Dal Corno.


Let’s go to the East Coast of the States where this Friday 14th started Art Hearts Fashion the event in Miami Swim Week presented by AIDS Healthcare Foundation.

John Varvatos Spring/Summer 2017 New York

Leave it to John Varvatos to continue to bend the rules. He was the one to close out New York Fashion Week this year. The location meant that the number of attendees was limited, but it also allowed Varvatos to more effectively showcase the “fabrics, details, textures and finishes” of the line, he said. “I want to do something different and this venue could be in France.”

Timo Weiland Spring/Summer 2017 New York

Timo Weiland’s spring collection expounded on what the brand does best: create quirky pieces with a preppy twist — although the overall offering fell a bit flat.

Katama Spring/Summer 2017 New York

There’s a lot of personal history infused in Garrett Neff’s Katama swim line, which the model said was created around the idea of a vintage American road trip during the Fifties.

Orley Spring/Summer 2017 New York

On the heels of their CFDA Swarovski Menswear award win, the designers behind the Orley label presented a collection rooted in nostalgia, a trademark of the brand. While many of the silhouettes were familiar — a Fifties-inspired knit polo and a zip-up cropped patchwork jacket — when paired with Seventies-era shorts and plaid jackets, the look felt modern and relevant.

Todd Snyder Spring/Summer 2017 New York

Todd Snyder is a man who evolves with the times, so it makes sense that he would capitalize on the relationship he created with Champion four years ago for his more-active inspired, younger-skewed spring collection.

Matiere Spring/Summer 2017 New York

Matiere’s love of San Francisco and the Grateful Dead shone through in its spring collection. “We love San Francisco and the northern region and wanted to tie it into the grittiness of the city,” said designer Scot Shandalone.

Tommy Hilfiger Spring/Summer 2017 New York

Nearly every other American designer at New York Fashion Week: Men’s opted for exotic destinations for their spring collection inspirations. But not Tommy Hilfiger. The designer stayed with his Americana theme, revisiting some signature pieces from his personal archives.

Rochambeau Spring/Summer 2017 New York

Rochambeau chose Morocco as the theme for its summer escape. Voluminous caftans, high-waisted cropped summer pants and silk shirts defined the sense of adventure.

Nick Graham Spring/Summer 2017 New York

Nick Graham re-created the Tropicana Club in Havana, circa 1958 — one of the biggest trends of the spring season — complete with scantily clad dancing girls in thongs and headdresses and an ear-splitting live band.

Ricardo Seco Spring/Summer 2017 New York

Ricardo Seco Spring 2017 Menswear Collection titled ‘Life’ a collection that appealed to musical festivalgoers attempting to stand out in the crowd and enjoying life.

Michael Kors Collection Spring 2017

Michael Kors’ love affair with hybrids continued this season with a fresh men’s wear collection full of new takes on everything from the suit to the track pant.

Garciavelez Spring/Summer 2017 New York

Carlos Garciavelez continued to draw from his architectural background for spring, referencing the decay of roads, tunnels and bridges and the cities themselves.

Tim Coppens Spring/Summer 2017 New York

Tim Coppens blended Japanese and early Nineties references in his spring collection, with layered gilets over color-blocked anoraks he paired with Japanese slippers. Signature bombers and parachute jackets were also offered, helping the collection remain true to the brand’s DNA.

Joseph Abboud Spring/Summer 2017 New York

After day 1 meetings and presentations in New York Fashion Week, here’s, full of most re-known models in the Big Apple. Joseph Abboud’s Spring/Summer 2017 Collection includes a graceful palette of ivory, chocolate, white, sand, flax and tobacco. We can appreciate softly tailored floral print jackets and striped vests along in the runway.

La Solitude | Jeff Langan by Alex Jackson

Work by Fashion and Lifestyle Photographer Alex Jackson featuring Jeff Langan from DT Models wearing garments from Emporio Armani, Zara, Diesel and swim by Charlie by MZ. Grooming by Julie Brooks

Iceberg Men’s Spring 2017

Iceberg creative director James Long designed a collection infused with a playful, joyful vibe. A maritime theme emerged in the lineup that was filled with knits and T-shirts embellished with stripes, while the season’s signature shirt — a cotton hooded style — was inspired by sailors’ uniforms.

14 Wonderful shots to Fall in Love of Barret Coates lensed by Karim Konrad | Exclusive

14 Wonderful shots to Fall in Love of Barret Coates lensed by Karim Konrad | Exclusive for Fashionably Male.
Here’s the deal, you read and see and share this wonderful work by beloved friend Karim Konrad featuring Canada based male model and actor Barret Coates from Numa Models, contented 14 wonderful shots to fall in love of Barret who’s modeling new fashionable garments from young up and coming Chinese menswear designers at Raffles College in Shanghai where the shots belong to.

ARTISTIX Spring/Summer 2017 New York

Leave it to Andy Hilfiger to inject some high-energy into the opening day of New York Fashion Week: Men’s. The brother of Tommy Hilfiger and a brand-builder in his own right, teamed with artist Greg Polisseni on his fledgling fashion brand, Artistix, joining the two-year-old label as creative director in April.

David Hart Spring/Summer 2017 New York

Direct and non-stop today we welcome the New York Fashion Week presenting Menswear’s Spring/Summer 2016. Introducing David Hart who explores square patterns for jackets and trousers, polos, and squares all over on shirts into their innovative designs colourfulness. An original, fun, young collection given to everyone full joy to see this.