Archive for Nicola Formichetti

Mugler Fall 2011 Women’s Collection

Posted in Art Nouveau with tags , , , , , , on March 3, 2011 by James Field

The latex. The Shoes. The Shoulders. The Spectacle. = Nicola Formichetti  for Mugler Fall 2011.

#BRILLIANT! …oh and Lady Gaga was cool too.

Sergio + James Series 6

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on November 4, 2010 by James Field

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Hey guys! Sergio and I are back with Series 6, in which we discuss people’s Halloween antics, Tommy Hilfiger, Daphne Guinness, some events we attended, and music. Check it out, leave comments, tell us what you think!



Vogue Hommes Japan Digital Vol 1

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 23, 2010 by James Field

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This is a fantasic iPad editorial shot by Pierre Debusschere and styled by Nicola Formichetti for the first issue of Vogue Hommes Japan Digital. The images are a bit odd but in that cool, artistic fashion kind of way, but it all looks great! Nicola really hit it out of the park with this one.

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Check out the rest here

Vogue Hommes Japan Vol 4: Rebirth Of Nature

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 20, 2010 by James Field

As I flipped through the current issue of Vogue Hommes Japan at the Kinokuniya  bookstore in Midtown today after my OWN Magazine meeting, one editorial just jumped off the page and kicked me in the face. It was called “Rebirth of Nature” and featured model Julius Gerhardt styled by Nicola Formichetti and shot by Josh Olins. It was beyond beautiful (what else do you expect from Japanese Vogue?) the lines, colors and angles that the images gave were so organic, so fresh, and fabulously stunning. The intricacy of the styling was something that I had never seen before, the contrast between the classic silhouettes of the suiting pieces, paired with the machinery and robotic tone of the random items that were painted the same tones to match the clothing, was genius. My favorite was the Givenchy studded shirt by Riccardo Tisci covered in the many layers of gold necklaces, random gold machinery and this killer eye patch. The entire spread was truly an artistic expression of futuristic awesomeness.  Enjoy “Rebirth of Nature” via images from The Fashionisto.

 Vogue Homme Japan