Enough magazine features yet another editorial with Francisco Lachowski photographed by Domenico Cennamo and wearing styles by Prada.
Last month Tommy Hilfiger told the New York Times that he wanted his style back. I can’t say I blame him. Over the years Hilfiger’s brand has lost a lot of the initial style that made it great and shot the designer to international stardom.
ISSEY MIYAKE INC.’s basic philosophy is the continuing focus on both the importance of imagination and the development of new technology in which to make clothing.
Portrait of Brazilian top model Francisco Lachowski photographed by fashion photographer Laurent Humbert.
Jeffrey Fashion Cares 2010 turned out to be the charity’s biggest event ever, hosting 35% more people this year on the historic Intrepid Aircraft carrier.
Made in Brazil photo-shoot for the debut issue. This photo-shoot features Francisco Lachowski and good friend Max Motta who is also Brazilian.
The fashion house of KENZO was started in 1970 as Jungle Jap, a boutique in Paris at Galerie Vivienne where the founder Kenzo Takada, sold his handmade women’s collection.
Born in Legnano, Italy, he received a degree in architecture in 1969 at the Politecnico di Milano university. Ferré began his fashion career in 1970 by designing accessories, then worked as a raincoat designer in 1972-74.
In this Prada dedicated spread, Francisco Lachowski poses for photographer Bruno Staub. Styled by Grant Woolhead in Prada pieces. We love this photo-Shoot because it is so different from Francisco’s previous work.
Embracing a slim silhouette for the fall 2010 season, Calvin Klein director Kevin Carrigan revamps the label’s classic image with a casual array of denim and suiting. Clean and fitted, fall’s range strikes a modern chord with a youthful appeal and an easygoing offering of day to day wear.