Check out this hot new campaign shot for Eve swimwear by Francisco Garcia. The campaign was shot recently in Brazil.
Saks Fifth Avenue’s latest catalog features some beautiful work by Greg Vaughan of ArtwingNY. To see more of Greg’s amazing work go here.
Check out Chicago Magazine’s Fall Fashion cover shot by Yossi Michaeli.
Phil Knott has documented the the growth of Afropunk culture and has become a hobby for Mr. Knott, who has been taking street portraits of the alternative black scene in New York for the past five years.
When he attended his first Afropunk social event, he immediately gravitated to the vibrant expression that was encouraged among the crowd.
“I had never seen anything like it before,” he admitted. “I had never seen so many black kids do punk in one space.”
To set up his portraits, he matches his method to the mood. While on the streets, he rolls out a white sheet of paper and tapes it to a wall. Inspired by Richard Avedon’s rich contrast fashion portraits, and to “avoid distraction from their faces,” Mr. Knott uses a white background for all of his portraits.
“I just wanted them to look at the camera and show themselves for what they are,” he said. “I never dressed them. These people were photographed as they were.”
This month, Mr. Knott was in the studio with Unlocking the Truth, a trio of black middle-schoolers from Brooklyn. The heavy-metal band recently signed with Sony Records.
To read more about the Afro Punk movement, check out this article in the New York Times.
For the latest Dressed to Kill Beauty Issue, Greg Swales shot both the gorgeous cover and two stunning stories inside.
Greg Swales is having one hot summer. Check out his latest in this month’s Australian Magazine Lab-A4. The issue features male top model Mikkel Jensen.
The latest campaign for Marshall’s Summer is out and it is hot. Shot by our very own, the highly talented Francisco Garcia.
Another beautiful new story for L’Officiel Hommes by Neil Gavin at ArtwingNY.
Inspired by the World Cup comes the latest campaign by Daniel Ehrenworth for Mucho Burrito. Check out Daniel’s work here.