ItsNotYouItsMe Media | Music, Fashion Editorials and Alternative Pop Culture: 2016-05-22

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Jonathan Bellini for L’Officiel Hommes Brazil by Gustavo Zylbersztajn

"Jonathan Bellini (Way Model Management) lands the cover story of L’Officiel Hommes Brazil‘s latest edition captured by fashion photographer Gustavo Zylbersztajn and styled by Paulo Martinez. Grooming is courtesy of Helder Rodrigues." -

Joseph Maher in Lost but Found by Elliftheartist Photography

"Sydney based fashion photographer Anastasia Fua of elliftheartist photography captured Lost but Found story featuring Joseph Maher with Fivetwenty Model Management. Hair and makeup is work of beauty artist Alex Grbas. For the story Joseph is wearing looks from Noal Gurung unisex collection, and jewellery from Danielle Lo. Noal was also in charge of styling." -

Wake Up and Sleep

"Guerrino at IMG Models photographed by Jo Duck and styled by Elle Packham with pieces from Issey Miyake, Comme des Garçons, Topman,, Bally, Peopke, The Vintage Clothing Shop. Dries Van Noten and more, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online.

Photography assistant: Grant Gribble." -

Seaside Boy

"Jaime Ferrandis at Trend Models photographed by Carlos Moreno and styled by Julia Popova, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online. Grooming: Ana Sánchez-Peña @Kasteel+Agent for Moroccanoil." -

Friday, May 27, 2016

ItsNotYouItsMe Album Spin - Kanye West - Pablo

After much delay and many edits, Kanye West has released his seventh studio album entitled, "Pablo." The album is a mix of Hip Hop and 90's House samples that will get you and your gay uncle (or mom) in the mood to turn up the volume for the living room party.

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Palomo Spain presents “Orlando”

"Orlando is the fiction character after whom Alejandro Gómez Palomo, the face behind Palomo fashion house, named his second collection. As he accurately represented the image the young designer had in mind, the victorian hero was brought out from Virginia Woolf’s homonymous novel to illustrate Alejandro´s new ideas for menswear. However, for a complete understanding of Palomo´s new set of garments, it was mandatory to also recognize other features of its context. That´s why he and his team, together with friend-photographers Filip and Kito and a bunch of “Palomo Boys”, term coined after Palomo´s last show, went all the way down from Madrid to Alejandro´s hometown: Posadas, in the province of Córdoba. A wonderful weekend between friends, surrounded by the representative landscape, people and customs of the area, was enough for the photographer duo and the models to understand what Palomo is about. Southern luxury of the magnificent Moratalla Palace, the classicist-punk attitude Alejandro has and his deep passion for fashion are well portrayed in these pictures, which will hopefully help you all to find out what Palomo has to tell.

A story by by Filip y Kito
Production: Pedro Aguilar de Dios
Models: Pedro Artola, Adrián Valle, Martín Betancour,
Guillermo Urbano, Andrés Ramirez, Diego López." -

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