Brazilian model Francisco Lachowski, and father of two, lands the cover of Manifesto's first issue of 2017 in a fashion story that highlights graphic patterned clothes from Ralph Lauren, Dior Homme and more, shot by Brent Chua and styled by Jungle Lin.
Jordan Barrett's appeal reaches across oceans and cultures as seen in this lighthearted story for Dazed & Confused Korea's cover. Peter Ash Lee works with Bebe Kim and Bom Lee to capture and style the Australian model in striking clothes from Salvatore Ferragamo, Hermes and Balenciaga.
Gucci's Alessandro Michele eschewed a separate men's runway show for the Florentine label, choosing instead to show both sexes in one massive outing in Milan. The result was a cacophony of embroidery, leather and textures that came together surprisingly well. Even the most subversive of the pieces, like glittering overalls, cut into a horseshoe shape in the front to reveal a model's entire torso and cutting off just before his private parts, felt in tune with the Asian-inspired pieces, as well as the opulent fabrics and detailing. Michele's collection for Gucci are about as kooky and off beat as he is, if not more, and it obviously reverberates with the buying public.
Christopher Ferguson captures British model Connor Newall on the outskirts of New York City for the cover story of Summerwinter Homme's second issue, clad in blue-collar inspired clothes, all styled by Mark Holmes.
Karsten Van Etten, Sahin Altinok, and Simon Spierings are captured by Brigitte Vincken for Winq in a high contrast, black and white story full of opulence, with fashion from Hermes, Prada and more, all styled by Juan Velazquez Caceres.
Wilfred Huang is shot in a body-baring story for Factory Fanzine's sixth issue, captured by Baldovino Barani.
Spanish model Andres Sanjuan is captured by Edu Garcia for the cover story of Men's Health Espana's first issue of 2017, clad in athletic designs from Emporio Armani, Calvin Klein Collection and more, all styled by Debora Traite.
Luc van Geffen is shot for Swedish magazine Plaza, clad in various states of dress, from sharp tailoring from Ralph Lauren to a robe from Gucci, all captured by Oscar Falk.