Stylist Julian Ganio looked back to a 1984 issue of Interview Magazine to get inspired for his latest shoot for retailer Oki-Ni. Julian and Art Director Josh Hight created a slightly voyeuristic shoot scattered with what they call “digital defects”. Furthermore he took the concept to another media with a short fashion film. Packed with digital defects the video offers a self-reflective look at the technology that now plays a fundamental part in the workings of contemporary life and art.
Julian Ganio is the Fashion Editor at Fantastic Man magazine and works as a menswear Fashion Stylist and Consultant in London. He also styles catwalk shows for the likes of Agi & Sam, Craig Green and Julien David, amongst other things.
Josh Hight is a London-based Art Director. Originally from Detroit, Josh moved to London 6 years ago via Chicago. His clients include 10, 10men, GQstyle, UnderCurrent magazine, Liberty and Swarovski.
Barneys New York is getting ready for the gift-giving season with Jamie Chung’s help. His images accompany holiday shopping lists belonging to A Continuous Lean’s Michael Williams and Sea of Shoes’ Jane Aldridge. “I absolutely love the [picture] they came up with,” Aldridge told B&A. “It’s sleek and off-kilter, and it made the story spectacular. I was blown away when I saw it!”
Diverse, distinctive, and full of attitude, it seems impossible to deny the selections from HAVEN‘s Fall/Winter 2013 lookbook, released today. Hand-picking pieces everywhere from the mysterious and technical Stone Island Shadow Project to the somewhat lackadaisical visvim, Haven curates a bevy of strong looks from high street staple brands.
Christmas is a mere matter of weeks away now and, for most men, buying the right gifts for the women in their lives is a path fraught with potential pitfalls and obstacles. But this needn’t be the case with a little pre-planning and a nudge in the right direction.