Film director, Paolo Sorrentino’s “La Grande Bellezza (The Great Beauty)”, a nostalgic, melancholic ode to the eternal city of Rome, is in the official selection at the 66th Cannes film festival. Neapolitan tailoring firm, Cesare Attolini labels the timeless elegance of Jep Gambardella, the leading protagonist played by the great Italian actor Toni Servillo.
Italian creative director Riccardo Tisci unveils the first pictures of the Givenchy menswear Autumn Winter 2013-14 advertising campaign featuring Spanish actor Quim Gutiérrez styled by Katy England. Those beautiful black & white portraits are made by the duo Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott.
Japanese bespoke shoemaker, Masaru Okuyama showcases simply exquisite shoes. He learned the craftsmanship of bespoke shoes-making from the famous Japanese shoes craftsman, Chihiro Yamaguchi at “GuildWeltedFootwearCollege” in Tokyo. In 2010, he was awarded with the gold medal in Custom-Made Shoes category at ‘The international efficiency contest of the shoemakers’ event in Germany. Highly skilled Masaru Okuyama is now based in Hong Kong. Those are few examples of his beautiful Bespoke shoes.
British fashion brand, ‘Dunhill’ released their first pictures of the look book photographed by Paul Wetherell. This autumn-winter 2013-2014 catalogue featuring Dutch model Bastiaan Van Gaalen styled in stylish outfits by Jonathan Kaye.
In May edition of GQ Taiwan, short story with model Bruno photographed by Cliff Chen. Fashion editorial called “Grey Suits (灰色調專業人士)” with sharp grey looks from the most prestigious brands selected by Daisy Hsiao.
The French shoemaker, founded in Paris in 1895, Berluti unveils their first international advertising campaign for 2013 under the creative direction of men’s wear designer Alessandro Sartori featuring charismatic actor, Jeremy Irons and the socialite Pierre Casiraghi photographed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino.
Beginning of this year, Netflix premiered its first original series, a political drama called “House of Cards”. Charismatic Kevin Spacey plays ambitious American congressman Francis ‘Frank’ Underwood, perhaps the grandest Machiavellian of them all.