Selling a magazine cover even with a mask on is the hard working Brazilian top model Francisco Lachowski. He takes to the cover of Novembers issue of Tarzan as a lead-in to a positively endearing editorial.
Moschino occupies an important position on the international fashion stage, thanks to its own history, consistency and continuity.
Following an editorial-driven tour of Japan, Francisco Lachowski published work gains momentum once more with a recent wave of stories that include one for Novembers issue of GQ Russia.
Top Brazilian model Francisco Lachowski is photographed by Midori Tsunoda for the October 2010 issue of Pen magazine for an editorial titled “FASHION GALLERY Casual Side.
The Guilty Parties Wacko Maria, the fashion label created by retired Japanese soccer players Keiji Ishizuka and Atsuhiko Mori, was just like the name–great fun.
Simply stated, DKNY is the energy and spirit of New York. International, eclectic, fun, fast and real. DKNY addresses the real-life needs of people everywhere, from work to weekend, jeans to evening.
This issue of Homme Essential from 2010 featured Ford Models Francisco Lachowski on the cover photographed by Algis Puidokas and styled by Terry Lu.
Francisco Lachowski hangs out with some friends after school in this youthful Tom Tailor Campaign
United Visual Artists created a light installation for Y-3’s Fall 2010 show as part of New York Fashion Week. A white monolith of light created a void out of which the models emerged.
T.I FOR MEN has a style that is contemporary and traditional at the same time and Francisco looks great in any T.I design.