JAKOB Wiechmann shows off flexibility, morbidity and humour in his FELD HOMMES editorial. Marcus Pritzi portrayed the dark haired Beau in the studio as well as in a derelict setting.
For the same magazine, Marcus had the pleasure of welcoming both AJ Abualrub and STEFFEN Weng in front of his camera. ISABELLE Thiry c/o BIGOUDI styled the pair in a look inspired by warriors and gladiators.
Aj is American and was born Ahmad Jalal in 1987. His career kicked off as the semi-finalist at the V MAN and Ford modelling contest. His remark, that he had lost 15 kilo and would not eat more than twice a day in order to pull off the Roberto Cavalli show of Spring / Summer 2010 sparked controversy. Yet, his athletic activities in martial arts and wrestling fit ideally into the shoot's theme.
Per ZENNSTRÖM c/o OBJECTIV PHOTOGRAPHEN let quite a few models take off for his series produced for FELD HOMMES. Thus, FELIX Bayertz, JEAN Luc, VINCENT Taeger and ROBERT Grunenberg lost their footing at times.
In the BURBERRY BRIT look book; TOM Nicon presents the fashion label’s classic, British style. The Frenchman with the brooding eyes graced the catwalk for Costume National, Louis Vuitton and Hugo Boss, among others.
LASSE Pedersen and GEORGE Barnett were shot by Stefan HEINRICHS c/o EMEIS DEUBEL for TUSH. The duo's outfits and hairstyles reminded us of forlorn princes with a strong air of modern eccentricity.
YURI Pleskun had the honour of posing for Jürgen Teller's camera with Elisabeth von Thurn and Taxis, for SELF SERVICE. The St. Emmeram castle in Regensburg is the principal abode of the noble line of Thurn and Taxis and served as extraordinary backdrop of a typical Teller fashion production.
Furthermore, AJ Abualrub can be admired in a series by photographer Randall Mesdon. He poses in both a selection of American work wear as well as just a naked torso. We likey!
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