CAMPS & EDITS • Viva Models : Rive Gauche in L'OFFICIEL HOMMES Germany, campaigns for PAUL & JOE, MOSCHINO Forever, CONVERSE, C'N'C COSTUME NATIONAL, DOLCE & GABBANA light blue, ZZEGNA, SELECTED, HERCULES editorial, CHAYA and AZUL BY MOUSSY
Rive Gauche is the title of NIKOLA Jovanovic’s editorial in L’OFFICIEL HOMMES Germany, which was shot by Peter GEHRKE c/o SHOTVIEW PHOTOGRAPHERS. Marcus Zietz was the fashion editor.
Rive Gauche – is French for the left side of the river and generally refers to the southern bank of the river Seine in Paris, home of Sorbonne University. It is also associated with intellectuals and Parisian free spirit.
Greg Gex photographed smart-looking NIKOLA for a summer spread in HERCULES magazine.
CHAYA is a Berlin-based couture label. Model JOELLE presents their current Spring/Summer 2011 collection.
It’s all about jeans and nothing! COLE Mohr and female accompaniment took to darkness for Miko Lim’s camera and the new AZUL BY MOUSSY campaign.
JAMES Smith posed for Patrick Demarchelier’s camera and the new PAUL&JOE motifs.
London boy JOSH Beech has been nurturing his musical talent for years and his band Hildamay has a burgeoning fan club.
He was discovered at a festival in 2007 and has modelled for fashion’s darlings, from Vivienne Westwood to Valentino, ever since.
He is the new face of MOSCHINO’s Moschino Forever fragrance for men.
Mario Testino shot ANNA Jagodzinska for the DOLCE & GABBANA Light Blue fragrance campaign.
C’N'C is a COSTUME NATIONAL diffusion line. Model JONATAN Frenk and photographer Dan Martensen joined forces to create their new spring campaign.
WILLIAM Eustace posed for the ZZEGNA Spring/Summer 2011 collection.
The SELECTED label picked TONY Ward and photographer Rasmus Skousen for their latest campaign shoot.
LASSE Pedersen presented his sporty, yet elegant side, donning glasses, for the CONVERSE campaign for the Japanese market. Keith Washington styled the shoot and was joined on set by make-up artist Akiko Owada and hairstylist Go Utsugi. Miko Lim was the photographer.