EMPORIO ARMANI’S show notes told us how, this season, we were being “plunged into an intrinsically realistic urban townscape”
Frizzante! Buzzy fun has always been the serving suggestion of D&G. The audience members may be the type to sip Coca-Cola Light, but Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana know a big-flavored, high-calorie kindred spirit when they see one.
Corneliani presents the new F/W 2011 collection at the Manzoni cinema. With the help of special spotlights and projections, the setting of this season’s show is evocative of a forties Hollywood set.
The seventies has exerted such a potent influence on women’s fashion these past few seasons that perhaps it was inevitable that it would make its presence known in men’s.
Fiascos Black & White Issue, which features none other than Ford Men’s Francisco Lachowski in a cover story.
Brazilian top model Francisco Lachowski appearing in a shoot by Victor Demarchelier for V Magazine: Issue #69.
Ford Men’s Francisco Lachowski features in Huge November 2010 in an editorial photographed by Wataru and styled by Tsuyoshi Noguchi.
Known for some of the best fashion spreads in the business, Japanese publication SENSE is well loved for its useful, down-to-earth approach to style and its latest volume is no exception.
Francisco Lachowski looks like a little boy in this catalog shoot for Peach John catalog. The Peach John catalog vol. 75 for Winter 2010 is titled “The Women in Red” and features Francisco with some really hot girls.
Made in Brazil magazine caused such a sensation the first time around that we just had to have another round of beautiful boys in clothing optional scenarios.