(All images by Adrian C. Martin)
580 posts categorized "FASHION"
I posted this guy earlier in the week, but here he is again: Paul Revesz of MSA Models NYC.
He sure looks good in his Garçon Model undies.
Philly unions plan van service on Election Day. SEPTA should just relent a day out of self-preservation.
Trump & the RNC have been served a restraining order for voter intimidation in Ohio—and they're appealing!
Florida's Latinx population is going to bring that state into Hillary's column—period.
Melania's uses Marla's words to fight bullying, but Hillary has a $500M plan to stop it.
In 240 years, the U.S. has had 100+ faithless electors: Here's the latest, a #NeverHillary one in Washington State.
Modus Vivendi's Transparent Line and Dark Circus campaign, shot by Gavin Harrison in the U.K. with models Perri Hooper and Matthew Bladies, are looking HOT in the gallery above.
From a press release:
With a new, super sexy line of dark mesh underwear, Modus Vivendi continues with its presentation of the many new lines for its fall/winter 2016-17 collection.
The Transparent Line is a combination of strength and sensuality. Self-possessed and subtly erotic, the new briefs, boxers, tanks and tees come in three colourways of black, dark red or blue with black mesh panels. Jocks are presented in uniform colour with matching mesh waistbands. The designs sculpt the hips, buttocks and shoulders, carving strong lines that meet with concealing linings and pouches, an exercise in revelation and the balance of power.
The campaign for the line was created in Leicester, England. Talented photographer and fine artist Gavin Harrison was inspired by the moody impact of the line to build a Dark Circus themed photo shoot, with the ultra-masculine Matthew Blades and Perrie Hooper as his male protagonists. The studio was transformed into an eerie circus of mystery and atmosphere. Seductive and very masculine, the images showcase the daring new designs from Modus Vivendi at their best.
Credits for the shoot:
Underwear and clothing: Modus Vivendi
Photographer: Gavin Harrison
Models: Matthew Blades and Perrie Hooper
Location: Leicester, UK
Videos by: Gavin Harrison
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Jesus, there've been 10 movies in the Halloween saga? (None can top that first one.)
Best Christmas gifts E-VER:
The image to the left is a collage I made in 2015 and the one to the right is a t-shirt @viviennewestwoodofficial is selling for 300€ at her website and shops around the world. Nobody asked me for permission to do this, of course my name is not on the Tshirt or anywhere and I am really angry about this, it is unfair, it is sad and well...sorry because I really like @viviennewestwoodofficial but is also stealing. I don't know what to do yet but I have to do something....you can help sharing this. Thank you. #viviennewestwood #robertamarrero
This story of how the Vivienne Westwood brand took an artist's work and put it on a T-shirt is fascinating to me for the ballsiness of the appropriation, as well as for issues of ownership—the work in question, while certainly unique and identifiable, itself makes use of found imagery.
The man whose face is at the center (literally) of artist Roberta Marrero's work, and is now on a Vivienne Westwood shirt, is David White, a classic Playgirl model. The image was shot by the supremely talented Norbert Jobst (who has probably since died—he would be 90+) for Playgirl, and as such belongs to the magazine, should they still retain any documentation following their many changings of the guard.
Plus: Would Mr. White not be able to object to being sold on a T-shirt (as opposed to being the subject of an original piece of collage art)?
Apparently, Westwood's husband designed the shirt, and the company is now claiming it was all one giant mistake—it has apologized to Marrero directly, which the artist greatly appreciates.
Check out Roberta Marrero's work here.
For more on former Winston cigarette stud David White, check out this smorgasbord of hotness, and also this 2007 article on his life post-modeling career.