Mostbeautifulman.com chooses Ryan Vigilant to be its most beautiful man of the month. Vigilant has only been modelling for three years but already landed ad campaigns for “Levis,” “D&G” and “Nike,” as well as gracing the pages of “Maxim Style” and has been photographed by numerous elite photographers in the fashion industry: from Greg Vaughn and Joe Lally, in his first two years. Obviously Mr. Vigilant’s career is flying.
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Model Garrett Neff, who’s the face and body of Calvin Klein and Calvin Klein Jeans (remember the billboard for CK Man Fragrance?), is set to be hitting billboards and magazines again this autumn for the new Calvin Klein’s Body and Body Stretch underwear.
According to DNR, “Shot on location in Miami by renowned photographer Bruce Weber, who shot Calvin Klein Underwear’s first ad campaign 25 years ago, the sexy black-and-white images epitomize the very clean yet sensual aesthetic that Calvin Klein has become so well known for. Neff, who is the face of the company’s fragrance, Calvin Klein Man, was featured alongside Kate Bosworth in the spring ad campaign for Calvin Klein Jeans. He succeeds Academy Award–nominated actor Djimon Hounsou as Calvin Klein’s latest body.“
To me, the limelight wasn’t on the openly gay singer Sam Sparrow in the June edition of Attitude Magazine. The real star was the Australian surfer-turned-Armani model Jaymes Triglone who posed around the pool in swim wear. The layout “Before Night Falls” was done by the gifted Simon Harris. In one of the pages, we see Triglone supporting his body which was leaning on air with his pointed toes and hands on the rail but still looking effortless (and sexy!) Now that’s a professional.
British model James Dawson Martin is featured as man of the month by Mostbeautifulman.com. He was first noticed by people via internet when he posted personal motivational videos on Youtube and bodybuilding forums back in 2004.
Mostbeautifulman.com reports; “By 2008, Martin has been photographed by big name photographers including Ronald N Tan, David B Smith, and Bill Comstock and has appeared on “Muscular Development Online Magazine.”
Karl Lagerfeld puts on a reflective yellow vest for a new French road safety campaign, declaring, “It’s yellow, it’s ugly, it doesn’t match anything, but it can save your life.”
Bloomberg reports, “Lagerfeld agreed to pose in the shapeless protective apparel as part of a French government safety-awareness campaign, which was kicked off yesterday. The vest and a reflective triangle will become mandatory for all drivers and cyclists on July 1. The number of traffic deaths in France jumped 10 percent to 346 in May, the highest since the beginning of the year, the Ministry of Environment said on its Web site. Two cyclists have died in Paris since the introduction of free municipal bicycles last year.”
Here are the first two of David Beckham’s new set of five images from his Emporio Armani underwear campaign. David Beckham made his appearance at Macy’s San Francisco along with his giant poster.
This is what was announced:
“Giorgio Armani is pleased to announce that his friend and testimonial David Beckham will unveil a giant mural featuring an image from the new Emporio Armani Underwear advertising campaign for Autumn/Winter 2008-09 on June 18th, 2008, 5pm PST at Macy’s in San Francisco. The mural overlooks an outdoor amphitheatre adjacent to Macy’s with seating for 6,000 spectators, where David Beckham will also personally meet two hundred Emporio Armani Underwear customers. The new advertising campaign was shot on Malibu beach in California, once again by renowned fashion photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, and will appear in sport, fashion and lifestyle magazines and on signature billboards in major cities such as New York, Los Angeles, London, Milan, Rome, Paris and Tokyo.”
Two great events in one post? Fashion designer Rogan is opening a new boutique in New York, and New York magazine reports that R.E.M. frontman Michael Stipe will be having an art show there, exhibiting some bronze sculptures he did of cameras and music devices. Said Stipe:
“The radio alarm clock … changed forever the fragile state between sleeping and waking, allowing you to wake to your favorite radio station … The polaroid revolutionized photography by providing instant images available to anyone … Cassettes provided portable, compact music, altering forever the influence of radio as the individual became their own disc jockey.”
The items are not for sale but if you show up on the 27th you can pick up a Rogan Stipe T-shirt.
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