MAVI ISTANBUL, TURKEY – MAVI will be hosting a LIVE question and answers with Francisco Lachowski today.
Parasol Island’s second REVIEW campaign movie of 2013 takes you on a road trip through California’s dusty desert. Directed by Parasol’s Denis Guth and as always accompanied by the beautiful music of Parasol in-house composer Jonathan Wulfes.
Schön! Magazine Issue 20 – Francisco Lachowski for Schön! magazine editorial “ricochet” photographed by Matthew Lyn with fashion by Angelo Desanto
Rudsak 2013 Campaign – One of Canada’s leading leather fashion brands, signature look is one of sleek, minimalist city–inspired dressing for men and women. A modern lifestyle brand consisting of timeless fashion outerwear, footwear, handbags and accessories for men and women, the are renowned for signature leather accents and luxurious approach.
This is a really cool video put out by The Fashionisto. I have watched it many times and I always see something different. The music is great and the scene changes so quickly from hot looking model to hot looking model you have to watch it over and over. Some video stills are below the video so that you can look for your favorite model (hint) Francisco shows up late in the video.
Man About Town magazine announce the launch of ‘The Gay Issue’ with, as the below video informs us, the subheading ‘Not thinking straight’ and sub-sub heading ‘God Save The Queens!’
UNIQLO is a new Japanese company that ensures it provides casual clothes for all kinds of people. In 1984, Fast Retailing, headed by Tadashi Yanai, opened the first UNIQLO store in Hiroshima, Japan.
Parasol Island Productions, commissioned by Review Fashion for the production of this campaigns film takes you away to the early skateboarding days in California by turning empty swimming pools into arenas of fun.
It’s not often the simple mention of a model’s name can cause Twitter to go into a proverbial tizzy, but this is a case of Francisco Lachowski and his “chicobots” as they’ve come to be called.
Without a doubt, Pellat-Finet is well known for his intuitive use of the lavish material called cashmere. He tends to maintain the model look of the basicsweater and adds his own contemporary touch.