The History of MAN by Robbie Fimmano featuring Francisco Lachowski in Interview Magazine
When designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana launched their first menswear collection in 1990, they did so with a very particular vision of masculinity that included plenty of muscles, stubble, and sex. Their clothes drew heavily on a cinematic, 1970s-influenced notion of raw, rugged male glamour, combining classic sartorial refinements like luxe fabrics and sharp Italian tailoring with a forward-looking fashion sensibility and a healthy dose of Sicilian machismo. This year marks the 20th anniversary of that foray into previously uncharted waters for the Milan-based duo, and as their latest collection proves, they’re still the consummate auteurs when it comes to exploring and celebrating what makes a man a man.
Dolce & Gabbana makes the man. A behind the scenes look at the June/July issue's Dolce & Gabbana fashion shoot. Video by William Town.
Editorial: The History of MAN
Models: Paolo Anchisi, Matthew Coatsworth, Francisco Lachowski, Max Motta, Mathias Bergh, Tyler Riggs, Simon Nessman, Rodrigo Calazans, Yuri Pleskun,
Photographer: Robbie Fimmano