Vogue Hommes Japan’s digital revolution continues, with an explosive new story by Tim Richardson that combines photography and film in an expressive homage to the late artist, Francis Bacon. Styled by Nicola Formichetti and featuring three of the moment’s most exciting male faces, Richardson’s imagery is an unexpected and daring take on Bacon’s legacy. View it all in Day 2 of our Vogue Hommes Japan MDX preview.
Vogue Hommes Japan - Day 3
Fashion comes alive in Santiago and Mauricio's animated take on menswear's trends as styled by Shun Watanabe. If you've ever wondered what would happen if your editorials could take on a life of their own, this is your lucky day! Experience it all in Day 3 of our exclusive preview of Vogue Hommes Japan - only in MDX.
Photography and animation by Santiago & Mauricio Sierra
Style by Shun Watanabe
Here's a glimpse of the images posted
one of my favorite videos, hence the great model Miles McMillan:
I have to say, after seeing the second cover preview, that now it looks real and cool, now’re talking!!! love this cover preview (please be that one). he styling is beyond superb and the models’ casting is perfection!!! Can’t believe also that the name of Francis Bacon appeared in the video preview of day 2 when I’m studying his name for my thesis héhé
OMG I hate the Santiago and Mauricio piece so bad, not because there is actually someone that could photograph Jeremy Young so ugly. The whole story especially watched in animation is just fake and unnatural.