Numero Homme goes ornate for men

If all things darkly Gothic and baroquely ornate are dominating the covers of women’s magazines, then why not get men jumping on the bandwagon? Numero Homme China does it with Simon van Meervenne in a high collar and embellished jacket.

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Meanwhile Simon Nessman’s cover for the issue opts for slightly more subdued pieces that support the mantra that dark blue for men really is the new black.

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Tiziano Magni photographed the covers.

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