Italian model Bianca Balti poses alongside British model David Gandy for the cover of the lastest issue of Italian Amica. The two models are looking summer ready with Bianca wearing a vintage inspired swimsuit and David topless and just wearing D&G denim jeans. Bianca Batli and David Gandy are also the newest ambassadors for Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue.
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Candice and Crystal may have the women’s issue covered, literally, but the men’s covers are equally enticing. David Gandy (in Dolce & Gabbana long johns, no less, looking a little like a 19th century bare-knuckle boxer) and Janis Ancens provide the gritty men’s covers for the new issue of 10 Magazine.
Savile Row was bustling with excitment today as David Gandy and Alexa Chung took part in a photo shoot to celebrate and promote the start of the UK’s first dedicated menswear showcase London Collections: Men. An exclusive open house event was held during the whole day on menswear’s most iconic street, attended by many apprentice tailors, which later posed for a photo with Alexa Chung.…
Mid-tier Spanish label Massimo Dutti continues to impress with their carefully selected, prep-less, though classic range. We’ve already looked at their next season campaign, but today the label is putting their menswear offering offering under the microscope and showing off their latest men’s pieces for spring / summer 2011.
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The Spring / Summer 2011 campaign from Dolce & Gabbana could be a scene from a movie filled with drama, action, and of course fine fabrics and stunning ensembles.
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It often feels like fashion adverts one of the most anticipated parts of any fashion season, perhaps running second only to the catwalks themselves. It’s the mixture of high-end fashion, top models, and a creativity that is seldom seen away from the editorials which will later feature similar looks. So it is that we’re going to keep you up to date with all of the…
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