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The Versace show alone was half the reason why I wanted to come to Milan this season, and it certainly didn’t disappoint. Amazing styling and impeccable casting.
Apr 10, 2013 /
Diego Fragoso and Alex Cunha styled in Versace by Giuseppe Ceccarelli and photographed by Marco Falcetta for Homme Style 6.
Jan 22, 2013 /
Rick Owens. Modern, sophisticated, and tough, and there is no better combo than that. Coolest winter boots and gloves on the runway this season.
Givenchy. Mr. Tisci’s ode to America, rock and roll, and Mapplethorpe resulted in a more tailored approach to menswear with jackets without lapels, sex charged prints, leather shorts, and the most insane varsity jackets.
Prada. It was the most simple show of the season, and executed perfectly. I am not usually a Prada fan, but I would wear every single look on the runway this season.
Louis Vuitton. Luxurious without ever sacrificing coolness, killer soundtrack by Honey Dijon, and a new collaboration with the Chapman Brothers which resulted in one of the most instantly recognizable prints of the season.
Raf Simons. Love the proportions, the fabrications, the color palette, and the fact that Raf Simons always keeps on pushing forward. Plus the sneakers done in collaboration with Adidas were some of my favorites for fall.
Versace. Call me crazy, but this was the wildest and most fun collection of the season, and I really wish I had gone to Milan to see it in person. From fur coats to zebra prints to crocodile tracksuits to lace under underwear, this was Versace at full potential. Cannot wait to shoot some of the pieces.
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