ItsNotYouItsMe Blog: 2018-07-08

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Do you like the Sun?

"Joan Pedrola at SIGHT Management, Ronnie Made at TREND Models, and Sam Steele at UNO photographed by David Hauser and styled by Arvi Karvinen, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online.

Make-up: Andrea Núñez
Photo Assistant: Mora Dorrego."


"Lucas Allermann at Le Management captured by the lens of Dennis Stenild, in exclusive for Fucking Young! Online." -

Trevor Signorino is the Face of Dsquared2 Summer 2018 Icon Collection

"Top model Trevor Signorino models Dsquared2‘s Icon underwear pieces for brand’s Summer 2018 lookbook lensed by fashion photographer Saverio Cardia. Grooming is work of beauty artist Giuly Valent at MKS Milano." -

Lucas Garcez by Nicolas Aristidou

"Brazilian model Lucas Garcez is photographed by Nicolas Aristidou in HOM underwear for Un Homme, Un Slip." -

Gosha Rubchinskiy x Burberry Fall Winter 2018 Capsule Collection

"Following the successful first collaboration in January 2018, Russian fashion designer, photographer and filmmaker Gosha Rubchinskiy has once again worked with Burberry on a Fall Winter 2018 collection. A 13-piece capsule consists of Burberry’s classic trench coat, duffle coat, flannel shirts, cashmere scarf, as well as the matching bucket hats and leather loafers.

Burberry x Gosha Rubchinskiy capsule will be available to purchase on the Burberry website and Burberry retailers from July 7th." -

Carlos Campos Spring/Summer 2019

"“It is not 1979,” said Carlos Campos at the end of his program, the Honduran designer whose penchant for optimism and rich color palettes always equates beautiful tailoring and proud Latin heritage. Models walked by in pale sienna fine twill trenches and navy striped cotton trousers; yellow suits and Reebok runners. “It is Spring/Summer 2019,” the program concluded. The sun bouncing off backs to upbeat tempos. You could literally feel the warmth in an Amarillo yellow summer wool sports jacket. And the cool, those “Carlos Campos” woven logo tees were street style candy. Blatant Coca-Cola typography be damned.

Yet while the clothes were cool, Campos has never been aboard the trend train. Elegance is his game. But it’s never stuffy. Modern geometric cuts and playful pattern combinations are what make Campos a standout. And Campos’ man remains the same, metrosexual, proud and light-hearted. While we’ve never spoken, I imagine it’s not such a stretch from the designer himself. “Algo de mi” he titled this collection. “Something from me.”

The finale walk came. The sun seemed to stretch out its arms, wrapping its rays around the catwalk. I held up my phone. Cardi B’s backup singers sang in harmony over speakers, “I like it like that!”" -

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